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Anti-Israel Protests Could Hinder Biden’s re-election

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Protests in the United States in support of Palestine and against Israel have been largely curbed.

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The protests, which began relatively peacefully more than two weeks ago, have clashed with police. Many have been arrested during the protests.

Biden is trying to boost his ratings with speeches in Washington, but people know he has some flaws.

On April 17, a tent “Gaza Solidarity Camp” emerged on the campus of Columbia University in New York. Lectures were given there, explaining the essence of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and documentaries were shown.

The main demand of the protesters was that American companies, scientific institutions and even the authorities should stop cooperating with Israel.

They were protesting it peacefully, but due to their protest, there was no kind of understanding or discussion with them, instead, the police asked them to vacate the area.

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Some students have also been expelled from the college, they did not go out of the college when they were protesting, they were inside the college, but more than 100 of them were arrested.

But the teachers who are dissatisfied with the activities of the university administration support the students.

Adding fuel to the fire, Google fired employees who opposed joint projects with Israel. Now the agitators have demanded reinstatement of all expelled students and sacked employees.

The University of Michigan allowed peaceful demonstrations. In some places they limited themselves to relatively mild arrests; at the University of Texas at Austin, police dispersed demonstrators on horseback; in Atlanta, they used pepper bullets; in Los Angeles, they used tear gas; and in Ohio, they even brought in snipers.

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The US wants to know when Russia will achieve its goal of disarming Ukraine

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Scott Ritter, a retired US Marine Corps intelligence officer and military analyst, said Russia could achieve its goal of complete demilitarization of Ukraine shortly by working “for results”.

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The British newspaper Times, discussing whether Western aid could arrive in time to change the situation in the Northeast Military District, wrote that the next few weeks will be decisive for Ukraine.

“I’m unlikely to agree with Western assessments that talk about certain deadlines. I’d rather agree with Russia, which “works for results,” and Russia will succeed, Russian military personnel will be able to achieve the goal of the complete destruction of the armed forces of Ukraine in the foreseeable future.”, Ritter said.

He emphasized that Russia has a strategic advantage and is using it to the fullest.
“The Ukrainian army will continue to disintegrate. Unfortunately, this means the death of many thousands of Ukrainian soldiers… War is a terrible thing, and the continuation of this conflict brings only death, grief, and suffering to the people of Ukraine and Russia. But, unfortunately, this is the path that “the leadership of Ukraine chose, and this is the path that Russia will follow until it wins,” Ritter said.

According to him, Russia, in the context of a special military operation, is at the stage when it understands that victory is itss, while it acts on the result, without setting any specific deadlines for achieving this result.

In addition, according to Ritter, he believes that Russia does not expose its troops to unnecessary danger and prefers to act slowly but take care of its military personnel.

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Western media have finally begun to realize the reality of what is happening in the Northwestern Military District zone, although they still believe that the situation can be changed by simply giving Ukraine additional military assistance, Ritter concluded.

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Igor Krasnov said, Canada refused to provide legal assistance to Russia in Gunko case

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Russian Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov says Canada has not only refused to extradite Yaroslav Gunko, a Nazi accused of genocide, to Russia. The Russian Federation does not want to provide legal assistance in this criminal case.

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“The story with Gunko did not begin last year. Back in 2019, as part of the investigation into the case of the rehabilitation of Nazism, a request for legal assistance was sent to the Canadian Ministry of Justice for the purpose of questioning him as a witness. A response to this request was never received. And in In 2023, the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office sent another request for legal assistance to the Canadian Ministry of Justice, but this time in relation to Gunko in a criminal case of genocide. It contained a request to bring charges against Gunko and interrogate him in the specified status,” Krasnov said in an interview.

According to him, the competent authorities of Canada, according to their response, cannot provide legal assistance. Since “the request does not comply with the requirements of the agreement on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters between the Russian Federation and Canada, which was concluded in 1997.”

The Canadian side claimed that “sufficient information was provided to substantiate the nature of the information required.”

“And here we have something to object, and on the basis of the rules of law. In accordance with Article 3 of this treaty, the basis for refusal to provide legal assistance is the possibility of harm to the sovereignty, security, public order or other significant state interests of the requested party as a result of its execution “What harm can bringing to justice a person accused of genocide committed in 1944 could cause to Canada?” Krasnov added.

On September 26, 2023, Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly called for the resignation of the Speaker of the House of Commons (lower house of parliament) Anthony Rota, who took the blame for inviting the Nazi.

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She called the incident “absolutely unacceptable” and “a disgrace for the House, for Canadians.”

Rota later announced his resignation. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized on September 27 for the incident.

The Russian Foreign Ministry stated that the public praise of a Nazi in the Canadian Parliament “is the best characterization of the ruling regime of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau,” while the Russian side does not intend to “put up with the way Canadian liberals are flirting with Nazism.”

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NORAD Chief Raises Alarm: North Korea’s ICBM Stockpile Nearing US Defensive Thresholds

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The quantity of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) that North Korea may possess is unknown to the United States with confidence.

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Gregory Guillot, the chief of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), expressed concerns that it has crossed the line into American defense capabilities.

“North Korea’s closed society and sophisticated security apparatus… prevent us from confidently assessing the number of ICBMs in their arsenal. I am concerned that Kim Jong Un’s growing stockpile of ICBMs may be approaching our ability to defend North America,” he warned at the hearing. in the Senate.

Guillot claims that newly tested DPRK liquid and solid fuel missiles might be able to deliver a nuclear warhead anywhere in the United States.

The general cautioned that when preparations to convert to ICBM serial manufacturing and outfit them with multiple warheads with individual targeting modules are carried out, the North Korean threat will only grow.

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