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Will Hamas be held accountable for the crime of genocide?

“The Quad,” Ep. 14

“The Quad” talks about the push for the two-state solution by the Biden administration and the international community. Is this a good or even possible solution to the problem? Is there a peace partner on the other side? Is a discussion about a future state simply rewarding terrorism? And is it even a question we should be asking right now?

“The Quad” is also joined by Natasha Hausdorff, a barrister in London and director of UK Lawyers for Israel, to discuss if Hamas can and will be held accountable by the international community for its crimes against Israel. And, of course, the Scumbags and Heroes of the Week with special guest author and speaker Alyssa Rosenheck.

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