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  • Hamdah Salhut
    Hamdah Salhut “The latest developments will likely strain the Israeli military, which is already stretched thin, amid fears of an all-out regional war. Israeli reservists are operating in both the northern and southern parts of the country as Israel fights Hamas in Gaza and Hezbollah in Lebanon. If the air force is going to have to be additionally deployed to more parts of the Middle East like Yemen, it's tough to say how exactly they're going to manage that when they're looking still to recruit more people for the army. It's a lot of pressure on the Israelis as yet another front has opened this morning.” 4 hours ago
  • Yoav Gallant
    Yoav Gallant “The fire that is currently burning in Hodeidah is seen across the Middle East and the significance is clear. The Houthis attacked us over 200 times. The first time that they harmed an Israeli citizen, we struck them. And we will do this in any place where it may be required.” 4 hours ago
  • Izzat al-Rishq
    Izzat al-Rishq “The occupation state will undoubtedly be burned by the fire ignited in Hodeidah today, and the mounting Zionist crimes will change the entire equation.” 4 hours ago
  • Yousef Mawry
    Yousef Mawry “The Houthis say that any state, any Arab regime, any government in the region that helps Israel or the US carry out attacks on Yemen will be met with retaliation. It's going to be an all-out attack against all Israeli, US and British military presence across the region - whether that would be in the island of Socotra here in Yemen, US military bases in Saudi Arabia, UAE and Jordan. The Houthis are basically declaring war on Israel, the US, the British government and any Arab regime considered an ally of Israel.” 22 hours ago
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“The latest developments will likely strain the Israeli military, which is already stretched thin, amid fears of an all-out regional war. Israeli reservists are operating in both the northern and southern parts of the country as Israel fights Hamas in Gaza and Hezbollah in Lebanon. If the air force is going to have to be additionally deployed to more parts of the Middle East like Yemen, it's tough to say how exactly they're going to manage that when they're looking still to recruit more people for the army. It's a lot of pressure on the Israelis as yet another front has opened this morning.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist
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“For a long time, there has been real concern that the so-called world order supported by the world legal system has been prepared to play second fiddle to and be cowed down by political pressure. The ICJ and the International Criminal Court are changing things now. As a result of what's happened in Russia and Ukraine, and more particularly perhaps in Israel and Gaza, the two senior international courts have emerged from periods of slow or no activity and they've shown that they are prepared to do that which they were set up to do. It's something the public would want, and it puts countries that are suppressing the application of international law, in particular the US and also Britain, in a difficult position. The UN General Assembly could now potentially move forward with suspending Israel's activities at the organisation. Israel is going to suffer. Is it going to suffer because of trade sanctions or matters of that sort? It's hard to tell at this stage. But it's going to suffer almost inevitably in the approach that is going to be taken by countries to the ongoing war between Israel and Gaza.”

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Human rights lawyer
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“We've already seen Israel's use of collective punishment and its use of starvation as a weapon of war. Now we are witnessing its weaponizing of water, which is already having deadly consequences.”

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Oxfam Water and Sanitation Specialist - Oxfam's office in the Occupied Palestinian Territory & Israel
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“Our documentation illustrates how the Israeli authorities are using the Unlawful Combatants Law to arbitrarily round up Palestinian civilians from Gaza and toss them into a virtual black hole for prolonged periods without producing any evidence that they pose a security threat and without minimum due process.”

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Secretary General of Amnesty International
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“What is happening in Gaza is going down as the most documented genocide in history. When will the world denounce the crimes and stop tolerating their reoccurrence?”

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Palestinian ambassador to the United Nations
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“Our message is clear: we need an immediate ceasefire, the immediate release of all hostages, the protection of civilians, unfettered access to aid in Gaza, and a pathway towards a two-state solution.”

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UK Foreign Secretary
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“To put it in perspective, in the primary, Biden got about 600,000 votes in Michigan, easily winning over any other rivals, but about 100,000 voters voted 'uncommitted'. Those were largely Arab and Muslim Americans and young Americans who are upset about his handling of the war in Gaza. So, Biden's got to turn those voters around. But Biden's also underwater with Black voters, young voters, Hispanic voters. He's down from where he was in polling last time around, so it's really a problem across the board for him. He's just not drawing the numbers he was four years ago.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from Detroit
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“We have been pretty clear also that we do not want to see Hamas in charge of Gaza any more. This is something that US Secretary of State Antony Blinken laid out last fall when talking about certain principles that the United States views as nonstarters when we're talking about the day after this conflict ends.”

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Deputy Spokesperson for the United States Department of State
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“Our forces are operating in Rafah, Shejaia, everywhere in the Gaza Strip. Dozens of terrorists are being eliminated every day. This is a difficult fight that is being waged above ground, sometimes in hand-to-hand combat, and below ground as well. We are committed to fighting until we achieve all of our objectives: Eliminating Hamas, returning all of our hostages, ensuring that Gaza never again constitutes a threat to Israel and returning our residents securely to their homes in the south and the north.”

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Prime Minister of Israel
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“Where I am standing now in Deir el-Balah, this is pretty much the only area in Gaza that is relatively speaking still standing. Every single other part of this tiny stretch of land has been rendered totally and completely uninhabitable. And in the north, you not only have a shortage of basic food items and hygiene items, but you also have people trying to live on top of the rubble of their homes where their loved ones were killed. Most will tell you that they barely recognise themselves or their own people. There are very real fears about the lawlessness that is growing, the criminal activity, the looting, which is leading to conversations about who is going to restore the moral code that existed among people.”

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Founder of the International Network for Aid, Relief and Assistance (INARA)
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“Since May 7, at least 2,000 people have been unable to leave Gaza to receive medical care. That there are at least 10,000 people in urgent need of evacuation and called for more crossings to open to facilitate their exit. We need more routes for medical emergency evacuation, we would like to see Kerem Shalom [Karem Abu Salem] and other routes also opened where patients can then be referred to the referral hospitals in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.”

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World Health Organization representative for Gaza and the West Bank
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“Gaza has been decimated. Children are dying of malnutrition and dehydration, while food and clean water wait in trucks. The breakdown of civil order has resulted in rampant looting and smuggling that impede the delivery of desperately needed humanitarian aid.”

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Head of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees UNRWA
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“What we still see today is obviously just a level of destruction and dispossession that is far greater than I've probably ever seen anywhere else in the world in any other war. There's so much more to do. Every child I've met today in Gaza said the same thing. They are dreaming of eating vegetables, they're dreaming of eating meat. It's barely a life.”

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Palestine director of the World Food Programme
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“We've seen massive displacement over the last weeks and months, and we know that combination and the heat can cause a rise in diseases. We have water contamination because of hot water, and we will have much more food spoilage because of the high temperature. We will get insect mosquitoes and flies, dehydration, heat stroke.”

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World Health Organization representative for Gaza and the West Bank
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“There is no real conflict between the state of Israel and Lebanon. The conflict is all around the core issue of Israel and Palestine. This is why international attention needs to be focused on finding the diplomatic, political end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and, first and foremost, the war in Gaza. The escalating fighting and bold rhetoric between Israel and Hezbollah is cause for concern. It's a very dangerous picture right now with both sides being quite bold in their remarks. A great deal of ignorance here of each side threatening to hit the other going way beyond what they've done in the past eight and a half months. It's extraordinarily dangerous for the people of Israel and the people of Lebanon if this war escalates anymore.”

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Middle East director for the NGO International Communities Organisation
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“Right now, it seems that for the first time after many years, there is an ongoing escalation between the government headed by Netanyahu and his entourage of reporters, analysts who are actually on his - unofficially - on his team, that are smearing the chief of staff. It's a kind of apocalyptic scenario that the army spokesman - who is reporting to the chief of staff - is just undermining Netanyahu's doctrine, which is: We do have to put an end to the Hamas government once and for all in Gaza. What Hagari is saying is challenging Netanyahu and saying, actually … you are hallucinating.”

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Israeli political analyst
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“The UN commission of inquiry's report documenting alleged war crimes in Gaza is strong, compelling and very much expected. The report is unlikely to have an immediate effect on the conduct of Israel, which has so far been unphased by such reports, but could be used as evidence in future legal proceedings and give pause to Israel's donor countries. We have seen a shift in policies in Western capitals. This will be further evidence as to the intent and conduct of Israeli authorities. It will have to - and should - cause all capitals to consider the extent to which support is provided to Israel in the ongoing conflict.”

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UK-based international human rights lawyer
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“The situation in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, is dramatically deteriorating. 528 Palestinians, 133 of them children, were killed by Israeli military forces or settlers from the start of the current war on Gaza in October to June 15, in many cases raising serious concerns of unlawful killings.”

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UN high commissioner for human rights
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“He [Blinken] said the two proposals are virtually the same. But I will name you two important differences: One is that the Hamas proposal calls for the end of Israel's siege; the proposal outlined by the US does not. What's the point of this war or the past 20 years of four wars against Gaza if we're going to go back to square one where Israel imposes a siege on Gaza? So the Hamas proposal suggested ending the Israeli siege on Gaza. This new proposal does not. Two, there's the key difference between a permanent and temporary ceasefire. This proposal speaks of a temporary ceasefire. Hamas presented a permanent ceasefire. The difference lies in phase two, which says that Israel will withdraw from the Gaza Strip upon the agreement of the parties - which means Israel will have to agree. And there's every proof and demonstration that Israel does not want to end the war, and it keeps saying that this resolution will allow it to achieve its war objectives.”

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Senior political analyst at Al Jazeera
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“The bombardment continues intensely and it is very hard for the emergency responders to reach the killed and injured Palestinians. They are telling us that there are still people on the roads and under the rubble that they could not reach.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from Deir el-Balah in central Gaza
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