Parts of US-Built Gaza Pier Wash Up on Tel Aviv Beach

"The temporary pier had been relocated to avoid forecasted high seas and to ensure the structural integrity of the pier and safety of our service members."

Israeli Supreme Court Blamed for IDF’s ‘Tactical Pause’ Fiasco

Court hearings are putting pressure on the army to let more supplies into Gaza, observers say.

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.

War Forcing IDF to Return Reservists with PTSD to Service Before Completing Therapy

Prof. Yair Bar-Haim urges an exemption from additional military service for individuals already receiving therapy for PTSD until the therapeutic process has been completed.

Biden’s Floating Gaza Pier to be Dismantled, Gazans Not Starving

At the end, the entire project was simply an expensive disaster, and not solely due to the difficulties encountered by the floating pier.

Israel Rejects UN’s Explanation for Leaving Hamas’s Use of Human Shields Out of Report

Virginia Gamba, special representative to the U.N. secretary-general, told JNS that word count limits left no space to mention that the terror organization embeds deliberately among civilians.

Hamas Planning for Next War ‘The Day After’ in Gaza

Hamas is hiding two battalions of terrorists under civilian cover for the day after.

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.

Report: IDF Knew Weeks Before Oct. 7 of Hamas Plan to Take 200 Hostages

The intelligence memo detailing the terror group's plans was internally circulated on Sept. 19, less than three weeks before the massacre.

Israel: Dozens of Hostages Held in Gaza Still Alive

One-hundred and twenty captives, both living and deceased, remain in the Strip.

Almost 30 Terrorists, Including in Gaza, Get Israeli Gov’t Benefits

Israel transfers 7.3 million shekels to 265 Palestinians in Gaza on an annual basis, primarily disability payments.

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.

Israeli Lawmakers Launch Gaza Resettlement Caucus

"Only when Jewish children are playing in the Strip will the Nukhba terrorists realize that they have lost," said MK Zvi Sukkot.

Gantz: Israel Should Withdraw from Gaza for Hostage Deal

"If there is a change in the fighting and our hostages are returned, and we do what needs to be done in the Gaza Strip in a year, or in two years, that's not an issue."

UN Reconstruction Coordinator Announces She is Moving to Gaza

As the Netherlands’ minister for foreign affairs, her ministry had paid part of the salaries of two terrorists involved in the murder of an Israeli teen.

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.

Is There a Humanitarian Pause in Gaza? Not Really.

Netanyahu and Gallant said they learned about the IDF's planned ceasefire from the media.

Israel Agrees to Unilateral Daily Ceasefire in South Gaza for Aid Transfers

The decision comes after discussions with the UN and international organizations.

Israel Grieves as IDF Identifies Eight Soldiers Killed in Rafah, Two in Northern Gaza

"This monstrous enemy . . . will continue trying to destroy us. If we do not stop it – it will not stop. Therefore, there is no alternative to victory."

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.

8 IDF Soldiers Die After Their Vehicle is Bombed

Captain Wassem Mahmoud, a 23-year-old Druze officer from Beit Jann, was among those who lost their lives in the explosion.

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."

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.

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.

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.”

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.”

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.


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