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A Light in the Darkness in 2023


Israeli Boy Orphaned in Hamas Attack to Mark Bar Mitzvah

Wednesday, 6 December 2023 | An Israeli boy whose parents, two sisters and grandfather were murdered in the Hamas attack on his kibbutz [collective community] will celebrate his bar mitzvah [religious coming-of-age celebration for boys] on Thursday. Ariel Zohar of Kibbutz Nahal Oz was saved from the October 7 massacre because he went out for

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Restoring the Wounded Souls of the Hostages

Wednesday, 6 December 2023 | “They may not have visible injuries but their souls are wounded,” Dr. Moshe Ashkenazi, the deputy director of the Edmond and Lily Safra Children’s Hospital at the Sheba Medical Center, Ramat Gan, told JNS. Eighty-four women and children were released by Hamas last week as part of a week-long ceasefire

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‘More than 11,500 Rockets Launched at Israel since October 7’

Tuesday, 5 December 2023 | Palestinian terrorists have fired more than 11,500 rockets towards Israeli territory since Hamas launched a war against the Jewish state on October 7, the Israeli Foreign Ministry said on Monday. As of 10 a.m. on Monday morning, 9,357 people had sustained injuries in Palestinian attacks targeting Israelis since October 7,

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US: Palestinian Authority Currently Unfit to Govern Gaza

Tuesday, 5 December 2023 | The Palestinian Authority [PA] is currently unfit to govern a post-Hamas Gaza Strip, White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said on Sunday. During an interview with ABC “This Week,” anchor George Stephanopoulos asked Kirby about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s opposition to the PA playing any future role

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Ex-Miss World Calls Out Women’s Groups for Silence on October 7 Sexual Assaults

Tuesday, 5 December 2023 | Former Miss World Linor Abargil on Monday delivered a stirring speech at the UN, condemning women’s organizations’ silence on the sexual violence of Hamas terrorists against Israeli women during the October 7 massacre. “My name is Linor Abargil, and I am a rape survivor,” said Abargil, who herself suffered a

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Israeli-made Thermal Patch Primed to Save Lives in Battlefield

Tuesday, 5 December 2023 | In the realm of injury and blood loss, hypothermia poses a significant risk due to the rapid decrease in body temperature. Addressing this challenge, an innovative Israeli development has emerged, aiming to rewarm the body, prevent further deterioration of the injured, and ultimately save lives. This groundbreaking initiative stems from

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Israel Prepared for ‘Absolute Victory over Hamas’ after Pause Collapses

Monday, 4 December 2023 | After Hamas actions led to the collapse of negotiations to extend a temporary truce with Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made it clear on Saturday night that the goal to “eliminate Hamas” has not changed. The pause in fighting had accompanied Hamas releasing dozens of women and children hostages, with

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Hezbollah Missile from Lebanon Wounds 12 in Northern Israel

Monday, 4 December 2023 | Ziv Medical Center in Safed admitted 12 people injured by an anti-tank missile attack from Lebanon on Sunday. One woman and 11 men between the ages of 20 and 65 were lightly wounded from shrapnel and the missile’s blast, the hospital said. Several soldiers were lightly injured by fragments and

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Shadows of Children: Israeli Youngsters Who Returned from Hamas’s Tunnels

Monday, 4 December 2023 | They were starved and drugged, thrown into damp tunnels and dark attics, coerced and beaten by their captors or by a raging crowd and their skin burned with fiery exhaust pipes so they can’t be identified and can’t escape. They were forced to watch the horrifying videos of terrorist atrocities

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Muslim Women Leaders from US in Israel on Solidarity Mission

Monday, 4 December 2023 | A reverential silence fell on the room as the four American–Muslim women bowed their heads in prayer on Friday for the victims of the Hamas attack on Israel. Moments earlier, the interfaith crowd in the apartment in this western Negev city, which included Muslims, Jews, a white-turbaned Sikh, a mixed

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