International newspapers covered the Israeli war in Gaza from a variety of perspectives, including the mysterious disappearance of Israeli surveillance camera footage on the Gaza border, the Western campaign against Palestinian solidarity, and the divergent visions of the US president and the Israeli prime minister.
According to The Jerusalem Post, significant records that date back to the day the conflict began have been erased from the central database and footage made by Israeli security cameras around the Gaza border have vanished for no apparent reason.
According to the publication, these recordings are essential since they offer a thorough account of the events of October 7 and the necessary steps that must be followed.
This has sparked skepticism and a perception that everyone is only focused on their own interests and what’s coming next.
According to a report by Haaretz, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Joe Biden have different perspectives. “The Biden administration will discover that Netanyahu is deliberately confronting it in order to blame it, for denying him the opportunity to eliminate the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), and he is doing so for political reasons based on the fact that he was on the verge of a major victory, but Biden prevented him from completing the mission,” she said.
Shifa Hospital is not a center for Hamas
The British daily The Guardian dedicated an article to discussing about the West’s attack on Palestinian solidarity. An article titled ‘sympathy with Palestinians is Not Hate Speech’ listed a sample of incidents in the United States, Germany and Britain in which a number of individuals, some of them Jews, found themselves canceled, banned or terminated for expressing sympathy with Palestinians.
According to an article by Kinan Malik, some have gone so far as to be terminated from their employment, not because they supported violence, but because they asked for a truce. Censorship cannot be the foundation of justice.
The New York Times traced the roots of the Irish people’s sympathy for the Palestinian cause and their shared experience of suffering from British colonialism, and quoted a professor of the past at Trinity College Dublin as saying that the country’s status as a former British colony unconsciously shaped the way Irishpeople communicate with postcolonial conflicts.
The French newspaper “Le Monde” examined videos released by the Israeli army in which the soldier discussed a 130-meter-long tunnel located beneath Shifa Hospital in Gaza, asserting that it was a sizable Hamas leadership center. The newspaper verified that it had reconstructed the tunnel’s maps and discovered that it is not large enough to be an operational or strategic center, nor does it constitute a significant arsenal of weapons.