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Joe Rogan says the war between Israel and Hamas is ‘genocide’

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Joe Rogan says the war between Israel and Hamas is 'genocide'

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During Tuesday’s episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the podcast host called Israel’s military actions in Gaza a “genocide.”

Rogan made his comments during an interview with his guest, comedian Kurt Metzger, where the pair had a lengthy discussion about the war between Israel and Hamas.

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Joe Rogan to Israel: ‘Genocide is okay as long as we do it’

Rogan focused on a recent video shared by whistleblower Edward Snowden and what people are allowed to say.

Mediaite reports“While discussing Candace Owens recently parting ways with the Daily Wire amid accusations of anti-Semitism and a feud between Owens and Ben Shapiro, Rogan turned his attention to a leaked video of an Israeli drone killing four men in Gaza, shared by Edward Snowden on X, formerly Twitter.”

“They always say they only target Hamas, and everyone else is a victim,” Joe Rogan said of the Israeli government. “Well, if those guys are just unarmed civilians and they’re walking alone – that’s what they appear to be – and you just shoot them out of the sky with robots…’

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Rogan continued, “If you can’t talk about that, if you can’t say it’s real, then you’re saying genocide is okay as long as we do it. And you say that from the perspective of someone who literally experienced the Holocaust, or of your people, your tribe. You lived through the Holocaust and now you are willing to do that?”

“I hope the irony isn’t lost on you!” Metzger added.

“It’s so crazy,” Rogan said, adding, “Are you guys willing to do what was done to you that made you believe you had to start your own country?”

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Estimates of 30,000 dead in Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said military action in Gaza will continue until there are no more Hamas members. The Israeli attacks began after an October 7 terrorist attack by Hamas that killed more than 1,200 people and took many hostages.

Gaza’s Health Ministry has said it estimates that more than 30,000 people have been killed by Israeli actions in the area. Their reports should be taken with a grain of salt.

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