Finding Context in the Israeli-Hamas Conflict; Also, Eating Bugs to Save the Planet
James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at the recent hot conflict between Israel and Hamas and discuss the more humanistic view some have taken of the incident and the limitations of attempts to classify various actors in the dispute as pure hero or pure villain (01:28). The guys also react to recent discussions about the need to incorporate insects into our diets in order to keep the planet habitable (42:41).
The Israel-Hamas ceasefire stopped the fighting — but changed nothing (Vox)
Bernie Sanders calls Hamas a 'terrorist group' but says Israeli government has 'overt racists' (FoxNews)
Palestinians Echo Black Lives Matter as U.S. Activists Repay George Floyd Solidarity (Newsweek)
A brief history of the Israel-Palestinian conflict (Independent)
If we want to save the planet, the future of food is insects (The Guardian)
A no-beef diet is great — but only if you don’t replace it with chicken (Vox)