Where the ‘ironclad’ US-Israel alliance leaves Palestinians
US secretary of state visits the Middle East amid near-daily deadly raids in the occupied West Bank.
It’s been the deadliest month for Palestinians in years in the occupied West Bank, just as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met the new Israeli prime minister. Benjamin Netanyahu is back in power after his far-right government was sworn in the month before, and leaders are seeking a range of new punitive measures against Palestinians following an attack in Jerusalem by a Palestinian gunman. So what might Palestinians expect from the new Israeli government, and from the US relationship with it?
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