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Argentina’s President Calls Hamas ‘21st-century Nazism’

Friday, 9 February 2024 | Argentine President Javier Milei toured a hard-hit kibbutz [collective community] near the border with Gaza on Thursday and described the October 7 Hamas massacre as “21st-century Nazism.” The unequivocal remarks by the Argentine leader during a visit to Kibbutz Nir Oz with President Isaac Herzog were the latest signal of

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Israel Begins Shift to Domestic Ammunition Production

Friday, 9 February 2024 | In the wake of the ongoing war against Hamas and its exposure of Israel’s near total dependence on the US to replenish its stocks of ammunition, Israel has begun shifting toward greater domestic ammunition production. The Israeli Defense Ministry has begun reaching out to local defense companies to boost production

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Four Months of War in Gaza: Targets, Triumphs and the Road Ahead

Thursday, 8 February 2024 | The IDF [Israel Defense Forces] on Wednesday marked four months since the beginning of the war against Hamas, and three-and-a-half months since the beginning of ground operations in the Gaza Strip, which included a pause of nearly 10 days as part of a temporary cease-fire for the release of hostages.

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Netanyahu: Capitulation to Hamas Demands Would not Free Hostages

Thursday, 8 February 2024 | Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that victory was within reach. He added that there can be no capitulation to the demands of Hamas after the terror group said that only a complete cease-fire and a withdrawal of troops would bring about the release of the Israeli captives held

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IDF Uncovers Dungeon Where Hostages Were Held

Thursday, 8 February 2024 | Israel Defense Forces [IDF] soldiers operating in the heart of Khan Yunis in southern Gaza discovered a large tunnel, one where Hamas had held around a dozen hostages, the military revealed on Wednesday. Troops from the IDF’s 98th Division, working alongside combat engineers from the elite Yahalom unit, located the

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Anti-Semitic Incidents in January Rose 171% Globally from Previous Year

Thursday, 8 February 2024 | The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) has released its monthly report of anti-Semitic incidents, finding 468 running across a spectrum of actions and motives. Comparing last month’s total to January 2023, CAM reports an increase of 171%, making a daily average of 15.1. The largest share of the incidents (65.3%) were

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Hamas Officially Demands End to War for Hostages’ Release

Wednesday, 7 February 2024 | The Hamas terror group on Tuesday night announced its long-awaited response to a proposed hostages-for-ceasefire deal with Israel, in what Jerusalem said amounted to a rejection of the outline. Hamas said it “dealt with the proposal in a positive spirit, ensuring a comprehensive and complete ceasefire, ending the aggression against

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IDF: 32 out of 136 Remaining Hostages Dead

Wednesday, 7 February 2024 | At least 32 of the remaining 136 hostages captured by Hamas during its October 7 terrorist onslaught are confirmed to have died, the New York Times reported on Tuesday, citing a confidential intelligence assessment by the Israel Defense Forces [IDF]. Their families have been updated, according to four IDF military

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UN Envoy: ‘Things Happened Here that I Have Never Seen Before’

Wednesday, 7 February 2024 | According to Pramila Patten, the under-secretary-general of the United Nations and Special Envoy for Sexual Violence in Conflicts, she has been unable to sleep for a week since viewing the 47-minute video compiled by the IDF [Israel Defense Forces] of the atrocities committed on October 7. The scenes continue to

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The Newly-elected ICJ Court President’s Anti-Israel History

Wednesday, 7 February 2024 | The International Court of Justice [ICJ], the primary judicial arm of the United Nations based in The Hague, announced on Tuesday that Nawaf Salam was elected president of the court. A judge and former Lebanese ambassador to the United Nations, Salam has been a member of the ICJ since 2018.

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