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Army officer Harrison Mann resigns in protest over Israel-Gaza war

A U.S. Army officer working at the Defense Intelligence Agency has resigned from the military citing objection to Israel’s war in Gaza, according to an open letter he posted online Monday, in which he said he was distressed that his work contributed to the deaths of Palestinian civilians.

Major Harrison Mann posted his letter on the social networking site LinkedIn, where his professional background shows experience as an analyst focused on the Middle East and Africa. His time at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) coincided with Hamas’ attack on Israel last year and the subsequent Israeli invasion of Gaza, where local health officials say more than 35,000 people Most civilians have been killed since the fighting began in early October. and officials warned of spreading famine.

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