“Your hands are stained with blood.” An American rapper criticizes the Biden administration’s complicity in the Gaza war “Your hands are stained with blood.” An American rapper criticizes the Biden administration’s complicity in the Gaza war

“Your hands are stained with blood.” An American rapper criticizes the Biden administration’s complicity in the Gaza war

“Your hands are stained with blood.” An American rapper criticizes the Biden administration’s complicity in the Gaza war

Popular American rapper, Macklemore, has released a new song in support of the Palestinians, questioning the Biden administration's role in Israel's "genocide" in Gaza, and praising student protesters across the United States against the atrocities against Palestinians.

“If the students are spread out in tents on the grass, is occupying the square really against the law? And a reason to call the police and disperse them? Where does genocide fall in your definition?!” McLemore said, singing from Hind Hall.

The song bears the name of the building in which students were recently stationed at Columbia University, and they renamed it after the 6-year-old Palestinian girl, Hind Rajab, who was killed by the Israeli occupation army in Gaza.

Addressing US President Joe Biden, McLemore said: “Your hands are stained with blood,” stressing that he will not vote for him in next November’s elections.

He added, "Israel is a state that relies on the apartheid regime to support a history of violent occupation that has continued for 75 years."

He continued: “We see their lies, as they claim that anti-Semitism is anti-Jewish / I saw Jewish brothers and sisters there riding in their cars in solidarity and shouting with them, Free Palestine.”

McLemore said that once his song becomes available for streaming, all proceeds will go to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA).

Since October 7, 2023, the Israeli occupation army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza with American support, leaving tens of thousands of martyrs and wounded, most of them children and women, which necessitated the trial of Tel Aviv before the International Court of Justice on the grounds of “genocide.”

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  1. Nahid Mahmood9 May 2024 at 02:53

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  2. Rapper Macklemore criticizes the Biden administration's complicity in Israel's actions in Gaza, releasing a song supporting Palestine, questioning US policy, and pledging song proceeds to UNRWA.





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