Photo Released of NY Man Who Chanted, ‘Raise Your Hands if You’re a Zionist’

The suspect was part of a mob that harassed Jews in a subway car stopped at Manhattan's Union Square station.

Israel’s Sees $2.5 Billion Trade Deficit in May

Israel's exports of goods in May 2024 (excluding diamonds) totaled 17.1 billion Shekels ($4.6 billion).

Airstrike Kills Hamas’s Top Sniper

The former Hamas sniper also participated in the October 7 attacks.

Terror Drone from Gaza Shot Down above Southern Israel

The last time a terrorist UAV successfully infiltrated Israeli airspace from the Strip was on Nov. 11.

Israeli Security Forces Foil Terror Stabbing at Migdal Oz

There were no Israeli casualties. The attacker was shot and neutralized.

UN: ‘No Supporting Evidence’ of Famine in Northern Gaza

"...if famine were to occur in Gaza, it is unlikely to be due to any limitations posed by Israel on the food supply entering the Gaza Strip,” the 31-page study concluded.

El Al Reinstates Donation Baggage Discount After Media-Fueled Donor Outrage

The fee hike forced charities to face a truly difficult dilemma: stop sending the needed items to Israel, or grapple with reduced donations over the cost differential.

Israel Confirms Killing Key Hezbollah Rocket Operative as US Envoy Arrives

The IDF added that fighter jets struck other Hezbollah targets in the southern Lebanese area of Meiss El Jabal.

IDF Has Destroyed Half of Hamas’s Fighting Forces in Rafah

The military expects full operational control of the southernmost Gaza city in two weeks.

Iranian Ship Ignores Distress Call from Nearby Ship Struck by Houthis

"This continued malign and reckless behavior by the Iranian-backed Houthis threatens regional stability and endangers the lives of mariners across the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden," said U.S. Central Command.

Critical IDF Intel Systems Were Down on Morning of Oct. 7

The Unit 8200 is responsible for some 80% of the information gathered and produced for all intelligence branches.

Gaza Pier Again Being Removed, Ahead of ‘Expected High Seas’

"The decision to temporarily relocate the pier is not made lightly but is necessary to ensure the temporary pier can continue to deliver aid in the future," U.S. Central Command said.

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.

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).

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.

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.

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.

Sirens Blare in Haifa for First Time Since January

Images and video posted to social media appeared to show an unidentified object being intercepted over the city.

ICC Prosecutor Selects Advisers with Anti-Israel Stances

At least some of the experts mentioned by Khan had expressed negative views towards the Jewish state long before the outbreak of the war.

Blinken Arriving in Israel to Push Gaza Ceasefire Deal

The top American diplomat will also visit Egypt, Jordan and Qatar this week.

Terrorists Torch Farmer’s Mobile Home in Sde Ephraim

The terrorists were armed and wearing IDF helmets and bulletproof vests.

Hostage’s Father Passed Away as Son Was Rescued from Gaza

The rescue took place at 11 am, just an hour before the elder Meir was found by those who came to give him the good news.

Houthis Reportedly Kidnap at Least Nine UN Staff Members in Yemen

The circumstances of the detentions were not immediately clear, the Associated Press reported.

US Announces Another $90 Million in Aid to Gaza

Samantha Power, the USAID administrator, announced the additional $90 million on the same day that the Pentagon said the temporary pier will cost $90 million less than projected.

US Won’t Say if it Would Work with Yair Golan, who Denounced Haredi Jews

The U.S. State Department "unequivocally rejects dehumanizing and inflammatory language, regardless of who is targeted by such rhetoric," a spokesperson said.

Three Terrorists Killed Trying to Infiltrate Israel from Gaza

The terrorists were trying to cross over from the Rafah area.

Israel-Arab Arrested for Impersonating Soldier, Spreading Fake News of Massacre

Online incitement targeting Arab teens has also been traced back to the Palestinian Authority and local PA Arab clergy.

House Passes Bill That Sanctions Those Who Help ICC Pursue Israeli Officials

“Absent decisive leadership at the White House, Congress must stand in the breach defending our allies and our sovereignty,” said Rep. Chip Roy, of Texas.

SFPD Arrests 70 Anti-Israel Protesters at Israeli Consulate

They were detained for trespassing after occupying the lobby of a high-rise building housing the consulate.


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