Grotesque: We All Live in the Palestine Laboratory

PALESTINE - ISRAEL, 8 Apr 2024

Antony Loewenstein - TRANSCEND Media Service

Israel is live-testing the most sophisticated killing machines and surveillance in its war of aggression against the population of Gaza.

3 Apr 2024 – Deadly robot dogs are in our future. Israel is using and testing them, both made in Israel and the US, in its destruction of Gaza.

It’s just one example, and there are so many more, of Israel not wanting to “waste” the opportunity in Gaza to show off its military hardware to an excited global market. My latest book, The Palestine Laboratory, examines this globally (pre 7 October 2023).

It fits into a broader and mainstream Israeli narrative that Palestinians in Gaza don’t deserve safety or security. They’re not Jewish and therefore sub-human. If this sounds extreme, you haven’t been paying attention to Israel for a very long time.

The dehumanisation of Palestinians has been so complete that most Israelis, and many in the Jewish Diaspora, believe that destroying Gaza will make them safer. If anything, it’s achieving the complete opposite. Jewish lives are now vastly less safe after months of genocidal violence in Gaza.

Look at this to understand a very common view in Israel and the Zionist world:

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