Biden Fails to Confront Iran

The horrific attack by Hamas on Oct 7th was a despicable act of terror against innocent people and one that should have changed the Biden administrations trajectory on improving relations with Iran, because without the financial and material support from Tehran this would have been difficult to pull off.

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Open borders have brought America to its knees

The American Left is being forced to face the importance of borders and state sovereignty, particularly in the context of the US-Mexico border, as Democrat cities are continuously overwhelmed by illegal immigrants.

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Israel-Gaza live updates: IDF says it exposed Hamas tunnel under Shifa Hospital

Israel Defense Forces troops exposed a 180-foot tunnel 32 feet deep underneath the Shifa Hospital, the IDF and Israel Securities Authority (ISA) said in a joint statement Sunday.

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Main Gaza hospital goes dark during intense fighting; Netanyahu says no ceasefire possible until all hostages released

Israel’s prime minister pushed back Saturday against calls from Western allies to do more to protect Palestinian civilians, as troops encircled Gaza’s largest hospital where doctors said five patients died — including a premature baby — after the last generator ran out of fuel.

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Protest marches from US to Berlin call for immediate halt to Israeli bombing of Gaza

From Washington to Milan to Paris, tens of thousands of pro-Palestinian demonstrators marched Saturday, calling for a halt to Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.

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Iran and its proxy forces loom over Israel-Hamas war sparking fears of wider regional conflict

While concern over the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip mounts, another undercurrent of alarm is growing in Washington and other Western capitals: Israel’s bombardment could spread into a wider regional war — one involving regional superpower Iran or its proxy forces.

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