Peace between Azerbaijan and Armenia Remains a Distant Dream

One of the most prominent proponents of the reconquest ideology is Ruben Vardanyan, who led a separatist regime in a ghost city in the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan.

New Study Suggests Some Tefillin Boxes Were Not Colored Black 2,000 Years Ago

“It is possible that in the beginning, there was no halakhic significance to the color of tefillin boxes.”

Survey: 80% of Gazans Believe October 7 Promoted their National Yearnings; 50% expect...

PA and Gaza Arabs believe the October attack has "revived international attention to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and could lead to increased recognition of Palestinian statehood."

Hillary Endorses George Latimer Who Leads Squad’s Jamaal Bowman by 17 Pts.

Meanwhile, another squad member, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is embroiled in an antisemitic scandal in a lawyers' group she supports.

Senior Hezbollah Official Escapes Israeli Navy Rocket that Took Down 3 Story Building

The attack followed the IDF killing of Talib Sami Abdullah, another senior Hezbollah official in Lebanon.

IDF Soldiers Wounded in Hezbollah Anti-Tank Guided Missile Attack on Manara

During the evening hours, Hezbollah and the Hamas terrorist organization in Gaza launched simultaneous rocket attacks from the north and the south.

Police: Body Found in Southern Israel Likely of Oct. 7 Terrorist

Police are still waiting for the identification process at the National Institute of Forensic Medicine in Tel Aviv.

Lebanese Leader Threatens to Attack Hezbollah

Camille Chamoun: "We will take 20,000 armed men to the streets against Hezbollah"

Muslims in Israel: Statistics Bureau Releases Latest Data on Eve of Hajj

At the end of 2023, the Muslim population of Israel was estimated at 1.782 million, (18.1% of all residents).

Ambassador’s Son Found Decapitated in Northern Israel

The 43-year-old victim was the son of the late Naim Araidi, a noted Druze author and scholar who also served as Israel’s ambassador to Norway from 2012-2014.

Israeli Forces Destroy 800-Meter-Long Hamas Tunnel

The tunnel, which was 30 meters underground, contained several operational spaces and blast doors and reached within one kilometer of the Israel-Gaza border.

Hamas Mob on NYC Subway: ‘Zionists: This is Your chance to Get Out’

The group of masked passengers on the subway demanded to know if there were any “Zionists” on the train.

2 Wounded in Massive Hezbollah Barrage Aimed Across Northern Israel

Wildfires were ignited upon impact by the rockets in at least 15 separate areas across the Golan Heights and the Upper Galilee.

Efrat Residents Organize Protest After City Approves Entry of Palestinian Authority Workers

The council's security department pledged to closely monitor all phases of entry and exit from Efrat and conduct inspections throughout the day.

Smotrich Directs Transfer of NIS 130M from PA Funds to Terror Victims’ Families

"There is no greater justice than recompensing out of the funds of the Palestinian Authority that endeavored to support terrorism and transferring them to the families of the victims of terrorism."

House Bans US Funding of Gaza Reconstruction

Rep. Mast said on the House floor before the vote, “They are absolutely at war with one of our major and best allies anywhere across the globe.”

Catholics Don’t Support Israel, Evangelicals Do in Wake of Gaza War, Survey Reveals

Catholics show the least support for Jewish interests and the highest acceptance of antisemitic tropes, the survey finds.

Antisemitic Vandalism on Homes of Brooklyn Museum Jewish Leaders

Brooklyn Museum officials expressed their deep concern, stating, "We are deeply troubled by these horrible acts."

Intel Postpones Construction of New $25b Plant in Kiryat Gat

"Our decisions are based on business conditions, market dynamics, and responsible capital management."

Report: IDF Launched Massive Attack on Tent City Outside Rafah

Hagari tweeted on Thursday morning: “Contrary to reports from the last few hours, there was no attack by the IDF in the humanitarian area in al-Mawasi.”

Hamas Conditions Hostage Deal on Permanent IDF Withdrawal, Chinese and Turkish Guarantees

Blinken noted regarding Hamas, “you have to question whether they’re proceeding in good faith or not.”

UNHCR Report Equates Israel with Hamas, Says Both Committed War Crimes

Israel was charged with "extermination . . . murder, forcible transfer, and torture and inhuman and cruel treatment" among other accusations.

Temporary Pier Anchored to Gaza Coast Operating Again After Repairs

Some 1.1 million pounds of aid came across the pier on since Saturday, the U.S. Defense Department says.

Ben-Gvir Attacks Decision to Release 30 Jailed Terrorists

The national security minister bemoaned the move to return them to Gaza without conditions.

Blinken: Hamas Response to Hostage Proposal is Unworkable

“Hamas has proposed numerous changes to the proposal. … Some of the changes are workable, some are not,” the secretary of state said.

At Jordan Event, Blinken Announces $404 Million in New Aid to Gaza, Criticizes Israel

Israel was notably not invited to the conference, which didn't stop Blinken from repeatedly criticizing Israel.

Hamas Rejects Biden Hostage Deal

Blinken: “Hamas could have answered with a single word: ‘Yes.’ Instead, Hamas waited nearly two weeks and then proposed more changes."

Northern Israel Aflame After 215 Rockets Fired by Hezbollah

The massive attack came in response to the elimination of one of the terror group's most senior commanders, Sami Taleb Abdullah.

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