The conflict between Israel and Hamas rages on as Gaza suffers a worsening humanitarian crisis.
According to the Gaza government’s media office, the death toll there is now more than 13,300. Among those killed, over 5,600 children.
Meanwhile, negotiators are still trying to reach an agreement aimed at releasing some of the hostages being held by Hamas.
Joining the discussion:
- Sara Yael Hirschhorn is a historian and political analyst.
- Khalil Jashsan is the Executive Director of the Arab Center in Washington DC.
- Trita Parsi is the Executive Vice President of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft.
- Victor Gao is Chair Professor at Soochow University.
Thirty-one babies rescued from Al Shifa hospital arrived in southern Gaza to receive what officials said was urgently needed treatment. Of those, 28 of the babies were transported to Egypt on Monday to receive further care, according to authorities. pic.twitter.com/V2aOCtMtFt
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China is ready to work with Arab and Islamic countries to make unremitting efforts to end the conflict in #Gaza at an early date, ease the humanitarian crisis, and release the detainees, Chinese FM Wang Yi told delegation of Arab-Islamic foreign ministers.https://t.co/xigdaVrBCE pic.twitter.com/YrG73RrZBy
— China SCIO (@chinascio) November 21, 2023