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Vice President Harris calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza


While speaking in Selma, Alabama, to commemorate the 59th anniversary of Bloody Sunday – the day Alabama police officers attacked pro-voting civil rights protesters as they attempted to to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge – Vice President Kamala Harris called for an “immediate ceasefire.” fire” in Gaza which would last at least the next six weeks.

“This would allow us to build something more durable to guarantee Israel’s security and respect the Palestinian people’s right to dignity, freedom and self-determination,” Harris said.

Going on to say that since the initial attack on October 7, she has remained steadfast in her belief that Israel has the right to defend itself and that she and President Biden are unwavering in their commitment to Israel’s security, she stressed that Hamas cannot control Gaza and that the threat Hamas poses to the Israeli people must be eliminated.

“Given the immense scale of the suffering in Gaza, there must be an immediate ceasefire,” she said, to cheers from the crowd. “People in Gaza are starving, conditions are inhumane and our common humanity compels us to act. »

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