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FOX News Sunday

we know they are imposing threats at all times thank you for joining snow for democratic congressman jared moskowitz. congressman welcome to "fox news sunday." >> good morning chana, how you doing? what is good to have you with alsusalso with israel that is ag part of the a package passed yesterday as well as number of your fellow democrats voted against it. joint statement saying this at benjamin netanyahu appears willing to sacrifice the hostages want that's extraordinary suffering of the people of gaza. he is willing to expend this conflict to preserve his power. most americans do not want our government to write a blank check to for that prime minister netanyahu war in gaza. how do you answer those concerns? >> this war that is going on right now in gaza is not about one man it's about the survival of the state of israel. we have iran launching ballistic missiles 130 of them towards the state of israel remember ballistic missiles could carry a nuclear payload if iran ever got

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Morning Joe

all too real. after all, we have 130 hostages in torture and slavery in gaza by modern day pharaohs called hamas, that rapes and pillages and kills. a modern-day pharaoh in iran who send 300 projectiles. if just one ballistic missile hit, it would kill thousands of israelis at once. imagine what it's like to face the modern-day pharaoh of anti-semitism. i grew up on a very different upper west side. i went to the columbia campus to find safety. now, can you imagine having to go remote classes, rabbis telling kids to go home because

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she's got more on this for us. what is texas doing to defend the border? >> i can tell you they are doing a lot of different things. lost in 2021, 3 years later, that mission still going strong. behind the border wall, you will see a large pile of razor wire which is part of the plan to continue installing that with the nearly 130 miles of this defense strategy already installed. governor abbott making it very clear texas is holding the line and will continue to add the anti-climb barriers. since the beginning of operation lone star, texas has bused migrants to cities across the u.s. 1200 migrants to washington, d.c. 42,000 migrants to new york city. 34,000 migrants to chicago and over 18,000 migrants to denver among other cities as well. we want to get to our live drone team. you can see a group of 75 migrants right now who have

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it's not an error with the file or a mix—up in the screening. this is the intended result. that's because this film is being billed as a generative documentary, a movie that, with the help of generative software, can rewrite itself before every screening. like, we're so locked into this concept of film and television always has to be the same. it's linear, it's static, it never changes. that's a technical constraint that's from 130 years ago. we don't have those constraints with digital technology anymore, so why are we still sticking with them? when you create something, you're doing this thing that humans are very good at, which is imagining. for the uninitiated, brian eno is a bit of a legend, notjust for the music he's created — he's produced acts like u2 and david bowie — but for his philosophy, his ideas about creativity and how art can be made, particularly with the help of generative technology.

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the house of representatives also overwhelmingly approved a military assistance package for israel, which has been carrying out a military offensive in gaza since hamas attacked israel on october 7th. hamas is designated a terrorist organisation by western governments — israel says around 1200 people were killed in that attack and around 130 israelis and foreigners are still being held hostage. gaza's health ministry says more than 311,000 palestinians have been killed inside gaza so far, most of them women and children. israel's military action continues — overnight israel carried out more airstrikes in rafah, in the south of the territory. this is the aftermath. 18 palestinians have reportedly been killed — mostly children. 18 palestinians have reportedly been killed — mostly children. the israeli war cabinet has been planning an offensive against hamas in rafah, where an estimated 1.5 million displaced palestinians are sheltering. the us and other allies have warned israel against a full—scale assault on the city. i asked our diplomatic correspondent, james landale, injerusalem about the significance

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assistance package for israel. that's amidst the country's military offensive in gaza — ever since hamas attacked israel on october the 7th. hamas is designated a terrorist organisation by western governments and israel says around 1,200 people were killed in that attack and around 130 israelis and foreigners are still being held hostage. gaza's health ministry says more than 311,000 palestinians have been killed inside gaza so far, most of them women and children. these pictures have just come these pictures havejust come in. they show a plume of smoke in rafah. this is the aftermath of overnight strikes in rafah. 18 palestinians have reportedly been killed — mostly children. the israeli war cabinet has been planning an offensive against hamas in rafah, where an estimated 1.5 million displaced palestinians are sheltering. but the us and other allies have warned israel against a full—scale assault on the city. earlier i spoke to the bbc�*s

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suffering from russian attacks, so the long—term effect of this aid is questionable. is it a bit too late or is it still going to help ukrainian forces at least hold the line before the russians start their actual offensive? because what we have right now is not the actual offensive. the house of representatives also overwhelmingly approved a military assistance package for israel, which has been carrying out a military offensive in gaza since hamas attacked israel on october 7th. hamas is designated a terrorist organisation by western governments — around 1,200 people were killed in that attack and around 130 israelis and foreigners are still being held hostage. gaza's health ministry says more than 3a,000 palestinians have been killed inside gaza so far by israel's military offensive, most of them women and children. 0vernight israel has carried out more airstrikes in rafah, in the south of the territory.

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FOX News Sunday

we know they are imposing threats at all times thank you for joining snow for democratic congressman jared moskowitz. congressman welcome to "fox news sunday." >> good morning chana, how you doing? what is good to have you with ausalso with israel that is a bg part of the a package passed yesterday as well as number of your fellow democrats voted against it. joint statement saying this at benjamin netanyahu appears willing to sacrifice the hostages want that's extraordinary suffering of the people of gaza. he is willing to expend this conflict to preserve his power. most americans do not want our government to write a blank check to for that prime minister netanyahu war in gaza. how do you answer those concerns? >> this war that is going on right now in gaza is not about one man it's about the survival of the state of israel. we have iran launching ballistic missiles 130 of them towards the state of israel remember ballistic missiles could carry a nuclear payload if iran ever got

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documentary, a movie that, with the help of generative software, can rewrite itself before every screening. like, we're so locked into this concept of film and television always has to be the same. it's linear, it's static, it never changes. that's a technical constraint that's from 130 years ago. we don't have those constraints with digital technology any more, so why are we still sticking with them? when you create something, you're doing this thing that humans are very good at, which is imagining. for the uninitiated, brian eno is a bit of a legend, notjust for the music he's created — he's produced acts like u2 and david bowie — but for his philosophy, his ideas about creativity and how art can be made, particularly with the help of generative technology. a lot of the ways that brian creates music and art are also reflected in the way we created the film, because we're not making

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this is documentary filmmaker gary hustwit. if you didn't catch that, he just said that his new film about brian eno, the one we all just watched, will never be seen again. it's not an error with the file or a mix—up in the screening. this is the intended result. that's because this film is being billed as a generative documentary, a movie that, with the help of generative software, can rewrite itself before every screening. like, we're so locked into this concept of, film and television always has to be the same. it's linear, it's static, it never changes. that's a technical constraint that's from 130 years ago. we don't have those constraints with digital technology any more, so why are we still sticking with them? when you create something, you're doing this thing that humans are very good at, which is imagining. for the uninitiated, brian eno is a bit of a legend, notjust for the music he's created — he's produced acts like u2 and david bowie —

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