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Friday, November 24, 2023
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Nov. 24: Israel receives list of second group of hostages slated for release Saturday
Families are at Israeli hospitals to be reunited with 4 children, 3 mothers and 6 other women freed on first day of truce deal * Israel releases 39 terror convicts in return
Hamas releases footage of hostage handover to Red Cross in apparent attempt to come off as humane
200 truckloads of humanitarian aid enter Gaza -- largest total since war's outbreak
Nathavaree Mulkan among the 11 foreign nationals released from Gaza
Israel-Hamas truce comes into force, as first 13 Israeli hostages set to be freed
Temporary pause in fighting takes effect at 7 a.m., with group of Israeli children and women to be handed over at 4 p.m.; almost all were abducted from Kibbutz Nir Oz
24 Palestinian women, 15 minors freed from prison in first deal for Gaza hostages
The Israel Prison Service on Friday evening released 39 Palestinian security prisoners as part of a hostage deal with Hamas that saw 13 Israeli hostages released from Gaza, where they have been held since October 7. Shortly before noon the Prison Service transferred the prisoners to Ofer Prison...
Report: Hamas set to release 23 Thai hostages in side deal brokered by Iran
Hostages’ families describe ’emotional rollercoaster’ as they wait for releases
Relatives of those held in Gaza hope their loved ones are freed as soon as possible, describing the uncertainty as unbearable
Coming home: Health Ministry discloses strict protocols for treating freed hostages
Thousands of Gazans head north, in potential challenge to IDF’s campaign after truce
2 reported killed as Hamas encourages civilians to go back to war zone; IDF drops flyers, tries to prevent flow; 13 hostages to be freed at 4 p.m.; humanitarian aid enters Gaza
Hamas commander killed ahead of truce; Gallant: War will resume for at least 2 months
‘Precarious calm’ on northern front as truce with Hamas takes hold
Calm returned to Lebanon's southern border Friday as a temporary truce took effect in the war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. Since the Israel-Hamas war erupted on October 7, Lebanon's southern border with Israel has witnessed deadly exchanges of fire, primarily involving the Israeli army and Lebanon's Hezbollah terror group, an Iranian...
Report: Biden asked Netanyahu to try to keep north calm during temporary Gaza truce
Hezbollah hits Israel with heavy rocket barrages, anti-tank missile attacks
Daily Briefing Nov 24: Day 49 – Temporary ceasefire begins as all eyes on hostage release
Military correspondent Emanuel Fabian on where the IDF is during the pause in offensive operations, rockets from Lebanon; US bureau chief Jacob Magid on humanitarian concerns
US officials say Israel likely can’t make good on hostage deal promise to up Gaza aid
Reports: Senior IDF officer dismissed pre-Oct. 7 intel on Hamas invasion as ‘fantasy’
Two lower level officers in IDF’s elite intelligence Unit 8200 outlined a mass invasion one month before onslaught; top officers also waved off manual showing plans for onslaught
Election poll shows Gantz at 43 seats, Netanyahu’s Likud at 18, Smotrich out
Wartime survey finds coalition parties would crash to 41 seats, opposition parties would skyrocket to 79; respondents prefer Gantz to Netanyahu as PM, 52%-27%
‘Your debacle has eclipsed mine’: Golda’s ghost haunts PM in satire skit
In the rubble
Ami has been murdered, but all Naama can focus on is her vision of a baby she knows is dead (Fiction)
Oh sister, where art thou?
The silence of international feminists in response to the horrific sexual violence against women by Hamas on October 7th is deafening
Global women’s rights groups silent as Israeli women testify about rapes by Hamas
Despite widespread evidence of terrorists’ systematic acts of sexual brutality on Oct. 7, most worldwide organizations either have no comment or bash IDF’s military campaign in Gaza
Yad Vashem chief rejects comparison between Hamas atrocities, Holocaust
Protesters set off smoke bombs outside AIPAC head’s home, call him ‘baby killer’
On Thanksgiving, pro-Palestinian activists place mock babies, spill red paint in front yard of Michael Tuchin’s Los Angeles residence, chant ‘fuck your holiday’
'I don't know how I'm going to go on'
As crops wither, farmers say fields will soon be barren without foreign workers
Volunteers help ease the agricultural sector’s devastation since Oct. 7, but as skilled manpower shortages take root throughout the country, farmers lose hope
Fear of Israel-Hamas war spreading said to restrain West from Iran nuclear crackdown
Concern over potential regional war stops IAEA Board of Governors from passing binding resolution on Tehran’s defiance of nuclear watchdog, diplomats say
'If someone was killed as a Jew, bury them in the cemetery'
What Matters Now to Rabbi Seth Farber: Hostages and mixed burials in Jewish law
Issues of religion and state can take on more urgency in times of war. The head of ITIM, an NGO aimed at helping Israelis navigate the country’s religious bureaucracy, explains
'We have the ability through humor to expose hypocrisy'
Comedians defend Israel the best way they know how: Make ’em laugh
In the wake of the Oct. 7 Hamas onslaught, many are using humor to push back against what they see as a propaganda war against Israel and Jews
EU lawmakers host conference on Palestinian incitement in light of Oct. 7 massacre
Authorities launch probe after at least 85 Jewish graves damaged in Belgian cemetery
Watchdog: Schools run by PA celebrated Oct. 7 Hamas massacres
Musk to visit Israel next week, tour Gaza border towns – report
Volunteer group of Israeli developers raising $2m to fortify defense tech amid war
Europe’s hard right hopes best is yet to come after Wilders’ win in Netherlands
Minister suggests sanctions on Haaretz for ‘false propaganda,’ but action unlikely
Cuban president leads pro-Palestinian march in front of US embassy in Havana
Two streets still named for Nazis in Hitler’s Austrian hometown
Israel to play Iceland in Euro 2024 playoffs, with winner to face Bosnia or Ukraine
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