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Crimes against humanity in Gaza: is it really a ‘buffer zone’ – or a bigger plan? | Dennis Kucinich via theguardian.com

by Dennis Kucinich

Late last week, the White House decried Israel’s attack on a UN school in Gaza as “totally unacceptable” and “totally indefensible”, then proceeded to approve $225m in funding for its Iron Dome. On Monday, the US state department went further, calling the airstrikes upon a UN school “disgraceful” – and yet America provides Israel with more than $3.1bn every year, restocking the ability of the Israel Defense Force (IDF) to hit more schools, and to wage total war against an imprisoned people, because of their nationality.

American taxpayers should not be paying for this. And the western world should stop rejecting serious inquiries about Israel’s moral inconsistencies, or allow it to benefit from cognitive dissonance and information overload amid the current crisis in Gaza.

There is a land grab going on.

For more on this story, visit: Crimes against humanity in Gaza: is it really a ‘buffer zone’ – or a bigger plan? | Dennis Kucinich | Comment is free | theguardian.com.

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