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The True Price of Biden’s Mideast Refueling Campaign

Noa Landau
Noa Landau
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Noa Landau
Noa Landau

U.S. President Joe Biden’s visits to Saudi Arabia and Israel this week will be overshadowed by the absence of two journalists unable to cover the events: Jamal Khashoggi and Shireen Abu Akleh. The two were killed under completely different circumstances, but ahead of the presidential visit, they have become, jointly, a symbol of the lack of international consequences for attacking the press and journalists.

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