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South African Leader: “If Israel Isn’t Indigenous, There’s No Indigenous Nation on Earth”

Monday, 5 February 2024 | “I want to apologize to the people of Israel for the horrible thing the South African government did. We are sorry.” Regent Xami Thomas, leader of the Khoi Kingdom of Southern Africa, delivered this message to a packed audience in the heart of Jerusalem on Thursday night. The crowd cheered

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Report: Hamas to Reject Latest Hostages-for-ceasefire Proposal

Monday, 5 February 2024 | The Hamas terrorist organization is expected to turn down an offer for a hostages-for-ceasefire deal with Israel along the lines of the previous agreement, which saw over 100 captives being freed in November, the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya news channel reported on Sunday night. As part of that deal, Israel released

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IDF Has Struck over 3,400 Hezbollah Targets since October 7

Monday, 5 February 2024 | The Israel Defense Forces [IDF] has struck more than 3,400 Hezbollah targets in Southern Lebanon since the Iranian terror proxy joined the war in support of Hamas, IDF spokesperson Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari said on Saturday. Since Hezbollah escalated its attacks on Israeli territory in the wake of the bloody

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US Hits Iranian Revolutionary Guards as Middle East Conflict Expands

Monday, 5 February 2024 | In response to an attack that killed three American soldiers, the United States on Friday struck more than 85 targets in Iraq and Syria used by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and affiliated militias to attack US forces. Commenting on the strikes, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin warned,

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Report: Hostage Release Deal in Three Phases, Begins with Lull in Fighting

Friday, 2 February 2024 | More details on the hostage release deal being negotiated were revealed in a Wall Street Journal report published early on Thursday. The deal will reportedly begin with a six-week lull in the fighting and a suspension of drone fights over Gaza, while Hamas gathers the hostages ahead of their release.

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Home Front Command Ponders Preparing Country for War in North

Friday, 2 February 2024 | In recent weeks, tensions between Israel and Hezbollah have been steadily rising, raising concerns over the potential escalation of the conflict. While the intensity on the northern border may not have drastically changed, it is becoming increasingly apparent that this situation has the potential to spiral out of control. Both

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Health Ministry Gears Up to Treat Returning Hostages

Friday, 2 February 2024 | The Health Ministry issued Thursday an update to the protocol for providing medical care to returning Israeli hostages, focusing on collecting forensic evidence related to war crimes. In the fields of sexual assaults, war crimes and torture during the captives’ period of captivity, hospitals have been instructed to hold team

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Algeria Picks Up Accusing Israel at UN where South Africa Let Off in The Hague

Friday, 2 February 2024 | Jonathan Miller, the deputy Israeli ambassador to the United Nations, blasted members of the United Nations [UN] Security Council on Wednesday for trying to impose a judgment on Jerusalem that even the International Court of Justice [ICJ] wouldn’t. The Israeli envoy called the recent ruling by the court, which is

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Freed Hostage: ‘Hamas Terrorists Ripped Off My Clothes, Took Away My Identity’

Thursday, 1 February 2024 | A United Nations [UN] delegation, led by Israeli Ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan, met Wednesday with Maya and Itay Regev, who were abducted to the Gaza Strip by Hamas terrorists and freed after nearly two months. Accompanied by their father, Ilan, Maya and Itay shared their personal story with

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Gazans Curse Hamas as the Cause of their Suffering

Thursday, 1 February 2024 | Soldiers manning the humanitarian corridor opened to allow civilians to leave Khan Younis to safe zones in Gaza were surprised when some Gazans approached them and told them in Hebrew that UNRWA [United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees], the United Nations [UN] body established to care for

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