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Ceasefire in Gaza: As journalists in the Strip stop to catch their breath, Israel’s media stand accused of inciting violence against Palestinians.
Yara Hawari – Academic and writer; senior analyst, Al Shabaka
Tareq Baconi – Senior analyst, International Crisis Group
Joshua Leifer – Assistant editor, Jewish Currents
Rami Younis – Palestinian journalist
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The Xinjiang whitewash
Meet the white Western influencers helping China contest claims of genocide in Xinjiang.
Mareike Ohlberg – Senior fellow (Asia Program), German Marshall Fund
Sophie Richardson – China director, Human Rights Watch
Amelia Pang – Author of Made in China
Shelley Zhang – Writer, China UncensoredAl Jazeera English YouTube Channel
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