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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan tackle the opinion of European governments on the Israel-Palestine conflict, the state of Afghanistan after the US withdrawals, the crash of the crypto market, and Donald Trump being accused of criminal fraud by New York City.


    Alexander Mercouris - Editor-in-Chief at TheDuran.com | Europe regarding Gaza

    Scott Ritter - Former UN weapons inspector and a weapons of mass destruction whistleblower | Afghanistan After US Leaves

    Steve Grumbine - Political, economic and social justice activist | Cryptocurrency & Inflation

    Adam Leitman Bailey - NYC real estate attorney | Legal Case Against Trump In NY

    In the first hour, we were joined by Alexander Mercouris who helped shed light on how European governments feel about the conflict between Israel and Palestine.

    In the second hour, Scott Ritter joined in to tell how the Afghanistan military and common folk might react after the withdrawal of all United State’s military assistance. Will the Taliban take over after this change?

    In the third hour Fault Lines was joined by Steve Grumbine to give insight on the crypto market and why it is so unpredictable.  Then we were joined by Adam Leitman Bailey who walked us through the case from New York City against Donald Trump.

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