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21 wounded, 1 seriously, in Hezbollah missile, mortar attacks from Lebanon
Some victims are Electric Corporation employees working to repair power lines damaged in previous attacks by Hezbollah; IDF strikes terror group’s sites
Nasrallah urges more global protests, longer war, says only US, UK stand with Israel
Beloved educator and son of former Netanyahu aide among 5 reservists killed in Gaza
School principal Yossi Hershkovitz remembered by colleagues, students in Israel and abroad; TV producer Master Sgt. (res.) Matan Meir, 38, from Odem, best known for work on ‘Fauda’
PM urges Arab heads of state to 'take a stand against Hamas'
Netanyahu: We’ll defy the world if needed to defeat Hamas; PA can’t run Gaza after war
Defiant PM rejects international criticism, blasts Macron for accusing Jerusalem of bombing civilians; says PA can’t rule Gaza after war; Gallant rejects world’s ‘moral preaching’
IDF: No siege at Shifa Hospital, we’ll help move babies to safety; 5 soldiers killed
Spokesman asserts Hamas losing control as some 200,000 more evacuate Strip’s north; four of fallen Israeli troops killed by booby-trapped tunnel shaft
Herzog: Arabic copy of ‘Mein Kampf’ found on Hamas terrorist shows what war is about
Macron’s comments on Gaza war are ‘factually, morally’ incorrect, Netanyahu charges
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday night bluntly slammed French President Emmanuel Macron over remarks he made a day earlier, in which he criticized Israel for killing babies and the elderly in Gaza and reiterated his call for a ceasefire. During a press conference, Netanyahu said that the...
Live updates (closed)
Nov. 12: WHO says Shifa Hospital no longer functioning; Israel nabs 20 terrorists deep in Gaza
IDF: Hamas blocked 300 liters of Israel-supplied fuel from reaching Shifa Hospital * IDF warns Hezbollah, Lebanese leaders will pay for attacks in north * IDF ground op toll at 42
Pentagon chief says US hit Iran-linked sites in Syria after American troops attacked
Israel loses 0:1 to Kosovo in Euro 2024 soccer qualifier
Biden discusses efforts to secure hostage deal with Qatari leader
Day 37 of the war: The IDF wants a year to defeat Hamas; Macron would have it stop now
In retrospect, the signs were there from the start. French President Emmanuel Macron flew to Israel on October 24 and pledged his "full solidarity" in the aftermath of the Hamas slaughter of 1,200 people in southern Israel on October 7. He even proposed some kind of international coalition to "fight against Hamas." He also told President...
Daily Briefing Nov. 12: Day 37 – Global backlash as IDF approaches Gaza’s Shifa hospital
Daily Briefing Nov 11: Day 36 – PM flipflops on Israeli control of a post-war Gaza
Turkey's Erdogan calls to 'expose Israel's nuclear weapons'
Muslim leaders blast Israeli ‘crimes’; Iran: Solution is Palestine from river to sea
Meeting Saturday in the Saudi capital, Arab leaders and Iran's president roundly condemned Israel's actions in its war against the Hamas terror group in Gaza, accusing it of crimes and terrorism against the Palestinian people. But the outcome of the summit also highlighted regional divisions over how to respond to the war, even...
In Gaza, growing signs of anger at Hamas as residents fight for food, battle diseases
At Dubai Air Show, top air force chiefs avoid discussion of Israel-Hamas war
Israel said to believe most captives held in Gaza's south
‘A nightmare, we’re not living’: Tens of thousands rally for hostages’ return
Protests held in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and other cities as relatives mark 36 days since hundreds taken captive by Hamas; some demonstrators decry government inaction
‘The Abducted Hearts’ exhibit embodies the enormity of 242 hostages in Gaza
A midwife talks of her work as memorializing her fallen son
Shepherding life into the world following catastrophe brings hope to Israeli midwives
Beersheba-based midwives and doctors talk of helping women give birth following Hamas’s murderous invasion on October 7 — regardless of race, nationality and religion
Deliberating Tuesday’s march on Washington? Just go!
When Natan Sharansky gets involved on behalf of Jews in need, you join the cause to change the world, and may even change yourself
Super Saba and Savta: The heroes on the home front
As young parents answer the army’s call of duty, retirees answer theirs: full-time childcare
From the blogs
Yossi Klein Halevi
The lonely people of history
When even Israel’s allies begin to lose moral clarity about the justness of this war, Jews will stand and proclaim our truth
'This is mainstream America, and we support Israel'
A sizeable US demographic, many Evangelicals are sending money and manpower to Israel
Cathryn J. Prince
A month into the Israel-Hamas war, Evangelicals aren’t just helping fight antisemitism at home – they’re hosting fundraisers and sending volunteers and supplies to the Jewish state
Julianna Margulies pans peers for their silence, adopts cause of Hamas-held hostage
Julianna Margulies expressed her disappointment and astonishment that more top names in the movie-making industry weren't speaking out against the Hamas terror group and the atrocities it committed during its devastating attack on Israel last month when it killed over 1,200 people, most of them civilians. The actress...
Washington Post pulls cartoon highlighting Hamas use of human shields after pushback
750 global journalists say media should cast Israeli actions as ‘genocide, apartheid’
'Somebody needs to be here and make food from this land'
Urban Israelis flock to Gaza border to tend farms left suddenly without workers
With many residents from the southern communities evacuated or called up to reserve duty, thousands of volunteers are heeding the call to help farmers pick vegetables and milk cows
Amid war, poll finds Arab Israelis’ sense of kinship with state at a 20-year high
Israel signs landmark deal to sell David’s Sling air defense system to Finland
Suspect released in fatal stabbing of Detroit synagogue leader Samantha Woll
Teacher arrested over posts appearing to justify rape, other Oct. 7 acts by Hamas
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