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Gaza: Western support for Israel has eviscerated the idea of a rules-based order (Khaled Elgindy)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Khaled Elgindy, program director of the Palestine & Palestinian-Israeli Affairs at the Middle East Institute. He discusses why the policy of the US, UK, and EU countries on Israel’s genocidal slaughter hasn’t changed despite performative humanitarian airdrops and mild criticism, the Palestinian right to armed resistance and whether Hamas’ operation on October 7 is legitimate resistance, Hamas’ tactical victory against Israel by delivering a shock to the Israeli system, the evolution of the US’ irresponsible coverage of October 7 and the genocidal slaughter in Gaza, the surge of Hamas’ popularity in the West Bank, why US-UK-EU support for Israel has eviscerated any idea of a rules-based idea and may have permanently damaged the credibility of the West in the eyes of the Global South, and much more.

11.03.2024
29:17 min
11.03.2024
29:17 min
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Gaza: Western support for Israel has eviscerated the idea of a rules-based order (Khaled Elgindy)
Two times a week Afshin Rattansi and his team go underground to discover the stories that aren’t being covered by the mainstream UK media. From GCHQ to Occupy protests, and everything else in between, Going Underground is here to bring a fresh perspective to our audiences around Britain.