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Speaking on CGTN America, Carnegie’s Perry Cammack discussed escalating tensions between Israel and Palestine, the United States’ response to the recent violence in the Gaza Strip, and what the future holds for Palestinians. Cammack argued that a new solution is needed to open up Gaza and resolve the prolonged conflict.
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