Journalists Occupy New York Times Building in Protest of Newspaper's Gaza Coverage: 'There is Blood on the Hands' of the Editorial Board

Nov 10, 2023 View Original Article
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45% : In a statement, the group criticized the newspaper for publishing "an editorial arguing against a ceasefire in Gaza, despite overwhelming support for a ceasefire from the international community, including Amnesty International, the UN, and a majority of Americans," and argued that "by repeating the insidious claim that a ceasefire 'would accomplish little at this point,' the Board has enabled the Israeli government's genocidal killing of thousands of Palestinian civilians in Gaza.
37% : More than a hundred journalists occupied the lobby of the New York Times on Thursday in protest over the editorial board's opposition to a ceasefire in Gaza.

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