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Gaza ceasefire: America feels nervous

Gaza ceasefire: America feels nervous

US Vice President Kamala Harris called for an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip for six weeks during a historic ceremony held in Alabama on Sunday.

“Given the unimaginable amount of suffering in Gaza, there must be an immediate ceasefire,” the Vice President said.

He added that a six-week ceasefire would allow time for the release of all hostages and the delivery of a large amount of aid supplies to those living in the Palestinian territories.

US President Joe Biden and US Vice President Kamala Harris in a recording last year. Harris did not back down from Israel. Photo: EPA/Jacqueline Martin

Kamala Harris said the Israeli government must do more to significantly increase aid to Gaza. He added, “There is no objection” to that.

On Sunday, Kamala Harris participated in the traditional march in the city of Selma, in the southern state of Alabama, which is held every year to commemorate the so-called Bloody Sunday of 1965. On a bridge in the city of Alabama 59 years ago, police violently dispersed a march of civil rights activists who were demanding reforms in… Voting system.


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