Has Israel’s assault on humanitarian workers signaled a shift for its supporters? | Gaza Conflict Updates


The recent killing of international aid workers in Gaza by Israel has generated the strongest reaction from the Western world to date. After six months of continual violent conflict in Gaza resulting in the death of over 33,000 Palestinians, it was the attack on the World Central Kitchen (WCK) aid convoy that finally provoked widespread condemnation.
Israel has come under intense scrutiny and criticism since the incident, with even the United States expressing their disapproval. The question now arises, how will these events impact Israel’s standing on the global stage?
Host James Bays discusses this issue with Palestinian political analyst Nour Odeh, Haaretz newspaper columnist Gideon Levy, and Chris Doyle, the Director at the Council for Arab-British Understanding in London.


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