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Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, praises ‘very valuable’ potential of Gaza’s ‘waterfront property’

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Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, praises ‘very valuable’ potential of Gaza’s ‘waterfront property’


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former White House adviser and his son-in-law, praised the “very valuable” potential of Gaza’s “waterfront property,” suggesting that ******* should remove civilians while it “cleans up” the area.

“Gaza’s waterfront property, it could be very valuable, if people would focus on building up livelihoods,” Kushner said in

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, posted earlier this month on the
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channel of the Middle East Initiative, a program of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, and reported first on Tuesday by The Guardian. “If you think about all the money that’s gone into this tunnel network and into all the munitions, if that would have gone into education or innovation, what could have been done?

“It’s a little bit of an unfortunate situation there, but I think from *******’s perspective, I would do my best to move the people out and then clean it up,” Kushner added. “But I don’t think that ******* has stated that they don’t want the people to move back there afterwards.”

Responding Tuesday on X to “those dishonestly using selected parts” of his remarks, Kushner posted a video of the entire interaction, saying he stood by his comments “and believe the ************ people’s lives will improve ONLY when the international community and their citizenry start demanding accountability from their leadership.”

About 1.5 million displaced Palestinians are sheltering in the southern Gaza town of Rafah, as ******* looks to eliminate ****** following the militant group’s

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. More than 30,000 Palestinians
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and over 70,000 wounded in the Gaza Strip since *******’s war on ****** began.

On Monday, ******** Prime Minister

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to Washington to discuss a prospective Rafah operation with Biden administration officials.

The agreement to hold such talks came as

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spoke Monday, their first interaction in more than a month, as the divide has grown between allies over the food crisis in Gaza and *******’s conduct during the war, according to the White House. White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said the talks will happen in the coming days and are expected to involve military, intelligence and humanitarian experts.

In the interview last month, Kushner also suggested that getting civilians out of Rafah and potentially into Egypt, might be possible “with the right diplomacy,” also positing a plan for the the Negev desert in southern *******.

Additionally, Kushner suggested that he “would just bulldoze something in the Negev, I would try to move people in there,” adding: “I know that won’t be the popular thing to do, but I think that’s a better option to do, so you can go in and finish the job.”

“I think *******’s gone way more out of their way than a lot of other countries would, to try to protect civilians from casualties,” Kushner added.

The debate over the

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has developed into a major theme of this year’s U.S. presidential election, drawing dividing lines between Biden and Trump, as well as within their own parties.

Asked in an interview Monday about Democrats’ growing criticism of Netanyahu over his handling of the war in Gaza,

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that Jews who vote for Democrats “hate *******” and hate “their religion,” igniting a firestorm of criticism from the White House and ******* leaders.

He doubled down on those remarks Tuesday, telling reporters in Florida that “the Democrats have been very, very opposed to ******* people.” Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., meanwhile, gave a speech from the Senate floor calling Trump’s comments “utterly disgusting and a textbook example of the kind of antisemitism facing Jews.”

Kushner worked on a wide range of issues and policies in the Trump administration, including Middle East peace efforts. Noting that he is not interested in rejoining the White House if Trump — who last week became the presumptive GOP nominee — wins the 2024 presidential election, Kushner said last month that he was focused on his investment business and his living with his family in Florida out of the public eye.


Meg Kinnard can be reached at

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