The United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza. The United States was one of ten countries to vote against the non-binding measure.
Israel says it will continue its war in Gaza whether or not it has international support.
To discuss the trajectory of the conflict, our guests are:
- Michael Lynk is a Professor Emeritus with the Faculty of Law at Western University in London Ontario and is a former UN Special Rapporteur for human rights in the occupied Palestinian territory.
- Joshua Landis is the Director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma.
- Moien Odeh is a human rights and international law attorney and PhD candidate at George Mason University’s School of Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.
- Amotz Asa-El is a Senior Commentator for The Jerusalem Post and a fellow with the Hartman Institute.
The United Nations demanded an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in the Gaza Strip as US President Joe Biden warned Israel it was losing international support because of its 'indiscriminate' bombing of civilians https://t.co/bBoa71ZPYL pic.twitter.com/oYRSSBjul1
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 13, 2023
President Biden said Israel’s “indiscriminate bombing” is eroding international support for its war on Hamas, as the U.N. says the health system has collapsed in Gaza. https://t.co/mvbpVGHWHx
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 13, 2023