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‘Tsunami of Hate’: Anti-Semitism Exploded Worldwide after October 7

Tuesday, 7 May 2024 | Anti-Semitic incidents doubled globally in 2023, as worsening anti-Jewish sentiment surged after the October 7 Hamas terror massacre of 1,200 Israelis. According to a joint report by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and Tel Aviv University (TAU), the US set a national record for the most anti-Semitic incidents in a year,

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What Is The Legal Case Against Israel In The ICC?

Tuesday, 7 May 2024 | For the past several months, Israel has been fighting on multiple fronts. One of the most critical theaters of the current war, however, has increasingly been not Lebanon or Gaza, but the Hague. Increasingly, anti-Israel activists have been investing in lawfare as one of the most effective weapons with which

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March of Living to Mark 80 Years Since Destruction of Hungarian Jewry

Monday, 6 May 2024 | International March of the Living will begin its commemorations this year in Budapest on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day on May 6 with a march marking 80 years since the destruction of Hungarian Jewry during the Holocaust. Led by 80 Hungarian Holocaust survivors and joined by thousands of others,

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Four IDF Soldiers Killed as Rafah Terrorists Fire 14 mortar Shells

Four Israel Defense Forces [IDF] soldiers were killed and at least 10 others were wounded on Sunday when Hamas terrorists fired 14 mortar shells from the Rafah area of southern Gaza at Kibbutz Kerem Shalom, the military announced. The first three slain troops were identified as Staff Sgt. Ruben Marc Mordechai Assouline, 19, from Ra’anana;

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IDF Begins Evacuation of Rafah Residents Amid Negotiation Deadlock

Monday, 6 May 2024 | The Israel Defense Forces [IDF] on Monday began evacuating the population in Rafah neighborhoods following the collapse of the hostage deal negotiations and Hamas’s demand to end the war in Gaza. Sources familiar with the details told Ynet the terror group’s official response to the proposed Egyptian deal has yet

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Rain Fell in Jerusalem on Holocaust Remembrance Day

Monday, 6 May 2024 | Dark clouds filled the Jerusalem skyline as the Holocaust Day siren blared. Earlier this morning, there were sporadic downpours that sent streams of water down the hilly streets of the city. It was as if God was also marking this day when Israel stops to remember Jewish lives lost in

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Turkey Bans All Israeli Imports and Exports

Friday, 3 May 2024 | Turkish commerce officials announced on Thursday that it would halt all trade with Israel over the war in Gaza. Israeli officials estimate this move is meant to pressure Israel not to operate in Rafah. “Erdogan [President of the Republic of Turkey] crossed a line and blocked ports for Israeli exports

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Jerusalem Awaiting Hamas’s Response to Hostage-deal Proposal

Friday, 3 May 2024 | Jerusalem was still waiting on Thursday morning for a response from Hamas to the latest hostage-deal proposal, which US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said features “very important compromises” by Israel. Speaking at the port of Ashdod in southern Israel on Wednesday, the top American diplomat urged the Gaza-based terror

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Israel’s UN Ambassador Says Organization’s ‘Days Are Numbered’

Friday, 3 May 2024 | Israel’s envoy to the United Nations sharply criticized the global body on Wednesday, telling the UN General Assembly that the organization’s “days are numbered.” In a procedural session convened to discuss the US’s April 18 veto of a UN Security Council resolution that was to give the Palestinians full UN

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Scientific Study Accurately Dates First Temple Period Events—Sheds Light on Biblical Accounts

Friday, 3 May 2024 | A new scientific study of unprecedented scope has managed to accurately date findings from the First Temple period that were discovered in the City of David, shedding light on events mentioned in the Bible Among the conclusions of the research conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority [IAA], Tel Aviv University

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