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Soldier Killed in Massive Hezbollah Barrage, Terror Group Warns of More to Come

Friday, 5 July 2024 | An Israel Defense Forces [IDF] soldier was killed as Hezbollah fired hundreds of rockets at Israel on Thursday after Israel eliminated a top Hezbollah commander the day before. A Hezbollah leader later warned the terror group’s violent response wasn’t over yet Hashem Safieddine, the head of Hezbollah’s executive council, was

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Mossad Chief Heads to Qatar for Talks, Officials Hopeful

Friday, 5 July 2024 | Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday instructed Mossad [Israeli intelligence agency] Chief David Barnea to travel to Qatar for renewed hostage release talks. The prime minister briefed US President Joe Biden of his decision in a call. The two leaders discussed the possible deal for a cease-fire in Gaza and

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Hatred Exposed: Texts from Columbia Leaders Mocking Jew-hatred Event Released

Friday, 5 July 2024 | The House Committee on Education and the Workforce released the full chain of text messages from four Columbia University administrators who mocked concerns about anti-Semitism. During a May 31 event titled “Jewish Life on Campus: Past, Present and Future,” three of the administrators traded jokes about Jewish campus leaders exploiting

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One Woman and a Forgotten War Zone

Friday, 5 July 2024 | The Israel’s northern front remains a volatile warzone, largely overlooked by international media. In the past week alone, Hezbollah has fired more than 300 rockets into Israeli territory, resulting in five civilian deaths and dozens of injuries. [This article does not include the roughly 200 projectiles launched by Hezbollah yesterday,

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Terror Victim Eliminates Terrorist before Succumbing to Wounds

Thursday, 4 July 2024 | The Israel Defense Forces [IDF] reported Wednesday evening that Sergeant Aleksandr (Sasha) Iakiminskyi, 19, from Nahariya, a driver in the 188th Brigade’s 71st Battalion, was killed in a terrorist stabbing attack at a shopping mall in the northern city of Karmiel earlier. Another soldier was seriously wounded in the attack.

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‘Best Offer so Far’: Israel Receives Hamas Response to Hostage Deal Proposal

Thursday, 4 July 2024 | Mediators have conveyed to the Israeli negotiation team Hamas’s response to Jerusalem’s hostage deal proposal, the Prime Minister’s Office said Wednesday in a statement on behalf of Mossad, adding that Israel was “reviewing the response and will reply to the mediators in due course.” Israeli security officials said, “This is

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IDF Chief in Gaza: ‘We’ve Killed over 900 Terrorists in Rafah, Wearing down Hamas’

Thursday, 4 July 2024 | Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi said on Tuesday that the army was proceeding with its goal of wearing down Hamas in Gaza. “The reason we continue to work here week after week is our current effort to destroy infrastructure, including underground facilities, which takes time.

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Hezbollah Confirms Death of Top-ranking Terrorist Commander in IDF Strike

Thursday, 4 July 2024 | An Israeli strike outside the southern Lebanese coastal city of Tyre on Wednesday targeted one of the most senior Hezbollah commanders to be eliminated since the start of the war, the terror group confirmed. According to Reuters, Muhammad Nimah Nasser was of the same rank and importance to the Iranian

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Iranian General: We’re Eager to Attack Israel, but ‘Our Hands Are Tied’

Wednesday, 3 July 2024 | A senior Iranian military commander said that the country is eager to launch another direct attack on Israel, following the barrage of hundreds of missiles and drones fired in April, but he noted that “our hands are tied” unless a war with Hezbollah breaks out, Iranian media reported on Tuesday.

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Blinken: Israel Has ‘Lost Sovereignty’ in the North

Wednesday, 3 July 2024 | Israel has “effectively lost sovereignty” over the northern part of its country amid ongoing attacks from Lebanon, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Monday. “People don’t feel safe to go to their homes,” the secretary stated during a panel at the Brookings Institute. “Absent [from] doing something about

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