Israel’s government knew that it had no choice but to accept the deal it was offered in which some of the hostages taken by Hamas on Oct. 7 would be freed in exchange for the release of Palestinian prisoners and a temporary ceasefire in the war to eliminate the terrorist group from the Gaza Strip. Pressure from the families of the hostages and a Jewish tradition that prioritizes the redemption of captives swamped all of the objections to giving Hamas what it wanted in exchange for the lives of Jewish women and children.
Next week, the University of Michigan (@UMich) is forcing its entire student body to vote on an anti-Israel BDS referendum. They’re essentially making students pick if they are pro-Israel or pro-Palestine. BDS activity on campus has led to a rise in antisemitism on campus. It… pic.twitter.com/uzeQYQpVJ7
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