Israeli troops overrun the Al-Shifa Hospital grounds , but find No Hamas or hostages….
That while the hospital houses sick and injuried patients…and dead bodies….
The US joins the UN in calling for humanitarian stops by tghe Israeli forces…
The tide across America and the World has begun to turn against the Israeli actions in Gaza and the resulting suffering….
Even IN Israel?
The Netanyahu government is losing political support as hostage families worry about getting their loved ones back…
It would almost seem the Israeli Primie Minister IS being out foxed by Hamas that finds other Pleastraians expendable to an angry and vengeful Israel….
Here’s what we know:
The Israeli military said it had recovered the body of a hostage kidnapped in the Oct. 7 Hamas attack, from a building near Al-Shifa Hospital. It presented weapons it said it found at the hospital, which it says Hamas used as a base.
Israeli forces searched Gaza’s largest hospital and showed what they called evidence of a Hamas military presence.
Gazans are at risk of starvation as Israel prevents flow of fuel and sufficient aid, U.N. says.
Israel says soldiers recovered the body of a hostage near Al-Shifa Hospital.
Gaza’s health ministry says thousands remain inside Al-Shifa hospital.
In a shift, the U.S. does not block a U.N. resolution calling for humanitarian pauses in Gaza.
Gaza is plunged into a communications blackout amid a severe fuel shortage.
How international law views military action at a hospital.
Israel’s opposition leader says he would join a coalition without Netanyahu….
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit Thursday claiming that Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida education officials violated the First Amendment when they ordered the removal of support for Students for Justice in Palestine, a campus activist group.
The order affected the group’s chapters at the University of Florida and the University of South Florida.
The order, which hasn’t been carried out, has already cast a “significant chill” on the activities of the University of Florida’s chapter, “causing its Board and members to think twice before organizing and advocating for Palestine,” the lawsuit stated.
The lawsuit also contends that the order by Florida to deactivate its chapters of Students for Justice in Palestine is based on claims about the national organization and not the local chapters.
In addition to Governor DeSantis, the lawsuit named as defendants Ray Rodrigues, chancellor of the State University System of Florida; Ben Sasse, the University of Florida’s president; and board members of the system and university….