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Wednesday, November 8, 2023
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Nov. 8: Sissi said to nix US proposal for Egypt to run Gaza security until PA ready
IDF releases clip of Hamas operatives boasting of using ambulances * Military says 50,000 Gazans moved out of northern Strip today * 33 IDF soldiers killed since start of ground op
Ex-PM Bennett holds hour long meeting with Jake Sullivan to discuss Israel-Hamas war
Jack Lew makes first visit to Western Wall as US envoy, lights candle for those killed Oct. 7
Netanyahu: I told Biden accusations of violence by settler movement are 'baseless'
US opposes ‘reoccupation’ of Gaza after Netanyahu talks of ‘indefinite’ control
After war, Blinken seeks ‘Gaza unified with the West Bank under the Palestinian Authority,’ no use of Gaza as a platform for terrorism, no blockade or reduction in Gaza’s territory
G7 backs Gaza ‘humanitarian pauses,’ refrains from ceasefire call
'The October 7 terror attack brought back so many memories'
With antisemitism surging, Diaspora synagogues are ‘afraid’ to mark Kristallnacht
As Holocaust survivors reflect on Oct. 7 and the ‘global pogrom’ during Israel’s war with Hamas, some Jewish communities avoid commemorating 85 years to the Night of Broken Glass
Stand strong with Soroka Medical Center – Israel’s medical Iron Dome
American Friends of Soroka Medical Center is grateful to Fauda’s Lior Raz and The Hampton Synagogue’s Rabbi Marc Schneier for their support of Soroka’s outstanding medical response.
Thousands of Gazans use humanitarian corridor to move south as IDF presses offensive
Israel says it killed head of Hamas weapons development team in airstrike; IDF special forces soldier killed in fighting, bringing military toll to 32 in ground offensive
Number of Gazans fleeing to southern Strip rises sharply, UN says
Thousands of Gazans waving white flags head south along IDF evacuation route
IDF ‘tightening noose’ around Hamas in Gaza City; PM: No truce before hostages freed
Netanyahu says ‘We’re reaching deeper than Hamas ever imagined,’ urges Red Cross to demand access to hostages, rules out fuel entering Gaza, warns Hezbollah against joining war
Israel says there’s no lack of food, water and humanitarian supplies in Gaza
The IDF’s war on Hamas is going better than it expected… for now
Troops continue to advance in the Strip as casualties remain low and international pressure bearable, but a deadly mistake or political ‘idiocies’ could swiftly change that
Op-ed: Day 33 of the war
Israel fights back despite its government, and wonders how much time the IDF has
This Editor’s Note was sent out earlier Wednesday in ToI’s weekly update email to members of the Times of Israel Community. To receive these Editor’s Notes as they’re released, join the ToI Community here. A month has passed. The pain of October 7 remains unbearably raw. As my colleague Amir Ben-David wrote on Tuesday, "Hundreds of...
AG freezes all coalition funds, deeming them budgetary source for war efforts
Already battling for political survival, Netanyahu is not restraining his coalition
Gaza man: Israeli agents spent hours on phone with me to evacuate targeted buildings
Mahmoud Shaheen tells BBC intel agents called him, urged him to get hundreds of residents to leave 22 buildings identified by IDF as housing Hamas infrastructure; all said survived
Israel marks one month since Hamas massacre with vigils, memorials, protests
In Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Eilat and across the country, citizens gather to mourn Oct. 7 atrocities as nation grapples with the worst attack in its history
At Knesset protest, two mourners blame Netanyahu for Oct. 7, urge end to the war
A month after loved ones taken captive, families of hostages howl on global stage
Our son is joining the IDF – now
When I am able to ignore my anxiety, I feel wonder and even joy that God has allowed my family to live at this time in history
Ambassador Jack Lew is a mensch
His ethical integrity and concern not only for the powerful, but the most vulnerable, know no bounds
The girl who blew bubbles
What can you do with a child who is traumatized, fragile, out of control, and won’t play nicely with her friends?
Leon Wiener Dow
What if at the core understanding of ’our’ homeland is a piece of earth that can never be possessed?
We Arab Israelis are holding a lot of pain
We moderate Arabs and Jews have no choice: We must fight hatred, violence and the death-mongers – for the sake of all our children
In rare move, US House of Representatives censures Rashida Tlaib for Israel remarks
22 Democrats join condemnation of Palestinian-American lawmaker’s comments, which included the phrase ‘From the river to the sea,’ widely regarded as a call to eliminate Israel
Poll indicates US public divided over support for Israel after Hamas assault
In an unusual twist, AIPAC praises Bernie Sanders over Israel-Hamas ceasefire stance
Mental health professionals implore Netanyahu not to show atrocities film to public
Group focused on helping suffering Israelis warns against re-traumatizing a nation still in shock from October 7 and grappling with ongoing war against Hamas
Daily Briefing Nov. 8: Day 33 – In the post-truth era, ‘massacre denial’ is taking root
Israel shows world media harrowing footage of Hamas attack to ‘get message across’
Days after speaking about peace, Gazan mother’s 3 children killed in Strip blast
For years, Umm Naim insisted on a message of peace, even after losing her husband in an Israeli strike in 2014. “We hope all the children, all the people in the earth, to be smile, to be happy," the 47-year-old told The Times of Israel last week, during a temporary stay in Ashdod after her...
Planned march in Paris against antisemitism exposes deep divisions in France
Call for weekend event sparks bitter political squabbling amid surge in antisemitic incidents since October 7
Israel won’t participate in Paris Gaza aid conference organized by Macron
Paris Stars of David graffiti may have been ordered from abroad, prosecutor says
Flowers, candles and anger at LA street corner where pro-Israel protester was killed
‘Stop killing us!’ says local rabbi at vigil for Paul Kessler, who died following altercation with pro-Palestinian demonstrator in southern California
LA police release suspect in pro-Israel demonstrator’s death after questioning
At UN HQ in New York, advocates for release of Hamas’s hostages stage powerful sit-in
Over 130 protesters, including children, sit on the ground wearing black blindfolds and holding posters stating, ‘Secretary Guterres, what if Hamas kidnapped your loved ones?’
1 month after Oct. 7 massacre, the ruins of Kibbutz Kfar Aza testify to its horrors
'We get phone calls from people telling us it’s depressing'
Boycotted for supporting the Jewish state, US eateries are rescued by Israel supporters
After creating a window display with dozens of ‘Kidnapped’ posters, a Long Island diner saw a dip of 40% in sales; word got out and now business is booming
Hundreds back pro-Israel NYC coffee shop as baristas quit
Florida House passes measures to support Israel, secure Jewish institutions
Molotov cocktails thrown at Montreal-area synagogue and Jewish center
Yanki Deri, son of Haredi Shas party’s leader, enlists into the IDF at 40
Brandeis bans Students for Justice in Palestine, saying it ‘openly supports Hamas’
Bank of Israel sold $8.2 billion since war started to protect shekel from collapse
Israeli universities step up to support students in reserves, war effort
UMass student arrested for punching Jewish student at Hillel vigil
Biden gets boost with election wins on abortion rights, Kentucky governor vote
I hear you call my name
Families of hostages sing Madonna’s ‘Like A Prayer’ for their release
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