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The Israel-Hamas conflict has been a long-standing and complex issue with deep historical, political, and humanitarian dimensions.
The Israel-Hamas conflict is a protracted, ongoing conflict between the State of Israel and the Palestinian organization Hamas, which is designated as a terrorist organization by many countries, including the United States and the European Union.
The conflict has seen cycles of violence, including rocket attacks from Hamas into Israel and Israeli military operations in the Gaza Strip.
The situation in the Gaza Strip is particularly dire, with a lack of access to clean water, limited power, and inadequate medical supplies, which has resulted in a severe humanitarian crisis. Civilian casualties and damage to infrastructure, including hospitals and homes, have been a part of this conflict.
Various international actors have tried to mediate and reach a ceasefire, but achieving lasting peace in the region remains challenging due to deep-rooted political and historical issues. The conflict’s impact on civilians on both sides is tragic, and a resolution remains a top priority for international peace and security efforts.
In this polarized situation, we asked Gen Z about their thoughts on the Israel-Hamas war. Here’s what they think.
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