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The Palestinian Authority and Hamas have criticized Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's post-war plan for Gaza, calling for an end to the Israeli occupation and the recognition of an independent Palestinian state.
IDF soldier kidnapped to Gaza and rescued shares her experience and faith in God, expressing her determination to return to army service.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presents his plan for 'the day after' Hamas, which includes the destruction of Hamas and Islamic Jihad's military capabilities and the demilitarization of the Gaza Strip.
Revising an essay is crucial for improving its quality and achieving good grades. This article provides advice on how to revise effectively, including checking the essay focus, evaluating the structure, examining the evidence, and tightening up the language.
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IDF officials are concerned about munitions thefts during the war, suspecting that soldiers and civilians stole grenades, bullets, and missiles for souvenirs or to sell to criminal organizations.
France claims that 45 hostages held by Hamas have received medications, but no evidence has been provided. The Hostages and Missing Families Forum thanked French President Emmanuel Macron for his efforts. Hamas has refused access to the Red Cross and the transfer of medications for over four months.
Antisemitism is a complex issue with religious, ethnic, racial, and xenophobic components. It is important to understand its historical foundations and various manifestations.
The Biden administration will not rush the passage of a UN Security Council resolution on Gaza, according to a senior US official. The US draft resolution calls for a temporary ceasefire and opposes a major Israeli ground offensive in Rafah.
The US proposes a UN resolution for a temporary ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war and opposes a major Israeli ground offensive in Rafah.
Alexei Navalny corresponded with Natan Sharansky while in prison, discussing the similarities between the Soviet Union and Putin's Russia.
The Knesset will vote on the impeachment of Hadash MK Ofer Cassif, who supported a lawsuit claiming Israel is perpetrating genocide in Gaza.
Israeli-Arab activist Yoseph Haddad debates UNRWA-Gaza spokesman Adnan Abu Hamza on the Hazinor television program, accusing UNRWA of collaborating with Hamas and supporting terrorism.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken sees an extraordinary opportunity for Israel to normalize ties with Arab countries, while emphasizing the need for a Palestinian state.
Left-wing activist carjacked and assaulted by Palestinian Arab muggers in the Jordan Valley.
National Security Minister orders assessment of possible arrest of Palestinian Authority official for praising massacre, but investigation is not advanced due to sensitive situation.
IDF troops apprehend 100 terror suspects in Nasser Hospital and conduct targeted raids on terrorist targets in Khan Yunis. They also eliminate terrorists approaching them and in the central Gaza Strip.
Rav Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook explains the metaphor of an 'iron wall' to describe the estrangement from God caused by the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem.
The UN has not collected 500 trucks of humanitarian aid waiting at the Gaza side of the Kerem Shalom crossing for three days. The trucks have undergone an Israeli security inspection and are awaiting collection and distribution by UN organizations.
The IDF targeted Hezbollah in Lebanon, striking multiple locations. Lebanese media reported casualties in an Israeli strike in southern Lebanon.
Haredi volunteers in Israel's National Civil Service are joining the fire protection department and came up with the idea of having a firetruck visit a volunteer's community to teach children about fire safety.
Moshe Or discusses the importance of the suit against Hamas leaders for the atrocities of October 7th and calls on the world to support Israel.
St. Sgt. Omer Sarah Benjo killed in Hezbollah missile strike, eight others wounded
Global warming has progressed more rapidly than previously thought, posing risks to Israel such as desertification, water shortages, and increased heat. Despite Israeli contributions to climate change innovation, the country is not doing enough to meet the targets defined in the Paris Agreement. The ongoing war makes it difficult for Israel to focus on environmental issues.
Arab Palestinism is rooted in a deep-seated hatred of Jews, as evidenced by historical acts of violence and anti-Semitism.
Columbia University has been added to a congressional committee's investigation into campus antisemitism, with lawmakers demanding the school provide documents. The investigation is focused on Columbia's 'failure to protect Jewish students' and the 'environment of pervasive antisemitism' on campus.
Israel approves delegation for talks in Cairo on hostage release deal, showing flexibility in new draft position.
Two IDF soldiers have died in battle in Gaza, while two others were seriously injured. In a separate operation, two Israeli hostages who were kidnapped by Hamas terrorists have been rescued.
IDF continues to target terrorists in Gaza, eliminating threats and discovering weapons.
Iran has asked FIFA to suspend Israel's soccer federation due to the war in Gaza, citing Israeli 'crimes' and calling for aid to civilians.
A 20-year-old soldier died of meningitis after being rushed to a hospital in Jerusalem. Despite intensive treatment, his condition deteriorated rapidly and he passed away. Meningitis is a rare but aggressive disease.
Beitar Jerusalem soccer club hosts wounded soldiers from Gaza for their game against Maccabi Haifa, expressing gratitude and pledging ongoing support.
The commander of IDF's Northern Command states that they are preparing to expand the war and launch an attack to change the security situation in the north and allow the safe return of residents.
Finance Committee Chairman MK Mosh Gafni responds to Construction and Housing Minister Yitzhak Goldknopf's statements about the government's connection to the war with Hamas.
Defense Minister Yoav Gallant commented on the ongoing war in the Gaza Strip, stating that the ground operation is progressing and achieving its goals. He mentioned that 18 Hamas battalions were disbanded and half of the Hamas terrorists were killed or seriously wounded.
Family members of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh are being treated in Israeli hospitals, including a son of his sister who is in critical condition in the ICU of Soroka Hospital in Be'er Sheva.
Haredi singer and children's star Rabbi Alter Tzvi Aryeh Yachnes, popularly known as 'Rebbe Alter,' passed away at the age of 75.
British Foreign Secretary David Cameron stated that the UK could recognize a Palestinian state after a Gaza ceasefire, even before the conclusion of talks between Israel and the Palestinians. Cameron emphasized the importance of giving the Palestinian people a horizon towards a better future and having a state of their own for long-term peace and security in the region.
Algeria has drafted a UN Security Council resolution calling for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
An armed individual has taken hostages at a Proctor and Gamble factory in northwestern Turkey to protest Israel's attack on the Gaza Strip.
Minister Eliyahu supports the demand to return to Gush Katif settlements and opposes providing humanitarian aid to Palestinians without IDF supervision.
Minister Bezalel Smotrich calls for settlement as a means to ensure security and fight terrorism during the 'Victory Conference' in Jerusalem.
The US has paused funding for UNRWA after allegations that employees were involved in Hamas' attack on Israel. UNRWA has launched an investigation and severed ties with the employees.
Construction and Housing Minister Yitzhak Goldknopf expressed his support for Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip and discussed his support for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the attitude of haredi society towards IDF soldiers.
Zvi Yehezkeli calls Biden's plan a surrender agreement for Israel and believes it does not achieve the goals of the war.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres criticizes Israel for the killings of Palestinian Arab civilians in Gaza and calls for a humanitarian ceasefire.
Defense Minister Yoav Gallant warns that force will be used if an agreement cannot be reached with Hezbollah to stop fighting on the northern border. The IDF has already intercepted a UAV and struck Hezbollah targets.
Self-proclaimed 'pro-Palestinian' activists and groups are ignoring the suffering of Palestinian Arabs in Syria and Lebanon, revealing that their goal is not to help Palestinians but to demonize Israel.
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The author discusses the exemption from military service for Torah learners during times of war and emphasizes the importance of being true to oneself.
Education Minister Yoav Kisch denies intention to add Yair Lapid to government, emphasizes goals of destroying Hamas and maintaining security control. He expresses concern about attempts to harm Jewish identity and opposes allowing Palestinian Arab workers into Israel at this time.
An Arab threatened a Jewish shepherd and attempted to attack IDF soldiers before being arrested and released a few hours later.
Secretary of State Blinken discusses Israel-Hamas war and prospects for peace at Davos
Abu Obaydah, spokesman for Hamas' military arm, has appeared in a video with an unusually large eye. The IDF suspects harm, injury, or infection as possible causes.
The White House is working on a new hostage release deal, with discussions taking place in Qatar. Reports suggest that the deal could involve the release of hostages and an Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
The release of the names of fallen soldiers allows us to remember and honor their lives and sacrifices.
IDF strikes truck smuggling Hamas weapons in Khan Yunis, confiscates weapons from command center, and eliminates terrorists in Gaza Strip.
Two Navy SEALs are missing in the Gulf of Aden after a search operation for Iranian weapons went wrong.
Former hostage Hagar Brodutch speaks out about the ongoing struggles faced by hostages in Gaza and criticizes the IDF's bombings.
Israeli soccer player Sagiv Yehezkel is being investigated in Turkey for supporting the hostages held in Gaza and is accused of supporting the massacre carried out by Israel.
US President Joe Biden marks 100 days of captivity for hostages held by Hamas in Gaza and pledges to continue working to bring them home.
Former ally accuses South Africa of supporting anti-Jewish terrorism. Israel presents powerful defense against genocide accusation at International Court of Justice. US Secretary of State visits Israel to discuss Gaza conflict. London Police Force accused of institutionalized antisemitism. COGAT destroys homestead of reservists fighting for Israel.
A two-time terror victim has been promoted to IDF Major after volunteering for reserve duty. The promotion ceremony was attended by soldiers, family members, and friends.
The magicians in Pharaoh's court imitate Moses instead of countering his miracles, raising questions about their intentions and motives.
IDF troops have hit over 150 targets and eliminated dozens of terrorists in their ongoing operations against Hamas in Gaza.
The Red Cross responds to allegations that it prioritized the suffering of Palestinian Arabs over Israeli hostages held by Hamas in Gaza. The ICRC states that its goal is to alleviate the suffering of victims on all sides of the conflict.
Defense Minister Yoav Gallant met with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to discuss the war against Hamas, security tensions in the Middle East, and the need to increase pressure on Iran.
Hostile aircraft falls at IDF base in northern Israel, no injuries or damage reported. IDF responds to Hezbollah's attack with airstrikes and artillery strikes.
Police clashed with extremists in a synagogue after a secret tunnel was found. Protesters entered the tunnel, leading to a violent altercation with police. The Chabad-Lubavitch Headquarters condemned the vandalism and thanked the NYPD.
Four soldiers have been identified after falling in battle in the southern Gaza Strip.
Lieutenant Colonel Roi Yochai Yosef Mordechai, who survived the Mercaz HaRav Massacre in 2008, was killed in battle in Gaza. His experience in the attack influenced his life decisions.
US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin was hospitalized and President Joe Biden was not informed for days. Austin acknowledged the lack of transparency and promised to do better.
IDF announces the elimination of Ismail Siraj and Ahmed Wehbe, commanders of Hamas' Nuseirat Battalion, in an airstrike.
IDF Egoz forces in the Commando Brigade eliminate terrorists and find weapons in a civilian house in Gaza
Minister Gantz calls out Prime Minister Netanyahu for a politically motivated attack during a war, emphasizing the need to prioritize unity and security.
The IDF has destroyed Hamas infrastructure in the 'High-Rise' neighborhood in the Gaza Strip, including high-rise buildings used for launching missiles and weapons storage. Terrorists were eliminated and launch pads were struck.
In Parashat Shemot, Hashem tries to kill Moshe but is stopped when Tzipora circumcises their son.
Harvard President Claudine Gay will resign after controversies surrounding antisemitism and plagiarism scandals. Her resignation comes after her performance at a congressional hearing and new plagiarism accusations.
IDF locates terrorists planting explosives and discovers weapons production facility in central Gaza.
Innovation Minister Ofir Akunis insists that the full Cabinet should decide on the day after the war, as it has been done for previous state matters.
Five soldiers were injured in a ramming attack near Otniel, and a separate stabbing attack occurred at the Mizmoria checkpoint, leaving a young woman seriously wounded and a young man moderately wounded.
Rabbi Druckman explains why Yaakov insisted on being buried in Eretz Yisrael and not in Egypt to prevent his sons from thinking that Egypt was a holy place and to ensure that they would return to the Promised Land.
France, Germany, Britain, and the United States have condemned Iran for increasing its production rate of highly enriched uranium up to 60% purity, close to the level used for nuclear weapons fuel. The countries called for the reversal of the production hike and emphasized their commitment to a diplomatic solution. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported that Iran has accelerated its production of highly enriched uranium after months of slowdown. The joint statement by the four countries described Iran's actions as 'reckless behavior in a tense regional context' and condemned the escalation of Iran's nuclear program.
Israel Police arrest a 14-year-old Arab resident of Jerusalem on suspicion of damaging vehicles. The suspect will be brought to court for an extension of his arrest.
NYPD to deploy thousands of officers to protect New Year's Eve ball drop in Times Square from potential disruptions by anti-Israel activists.
Houthi rebels fired ballistic missiles at international ships in the Red Sea, while the USS LABOON shot down four drones. This marks the 14th and 15th attacks on commercial shipping by Houthi militants since October 17.
A backhoe driver was rescued from a flooded road in northern Israel after his vehicle sank. Authorities warn people to avoid crossing flooded roads during stormy weather.
Prime Minister Netanyahu met with bereaved families and emphasized the importance of achieving all war goals and protecting soldiers' lives.
Soldiers in Gaza neutralize terrorists emerging from tunnels, eliminate threats in close-quarters combat, and find hidden weapons and explosives.
The Virtual Halacha Program (VHP) provides working professionals with the chance to rediscover their passion for in-depth learning and gain knowledge in halacha. The program focuses on review and tests to ensure understanding and offers various tracks to study different aspects of halacha.
Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch emphasizes the importance of individuality within Judaism while also recognizing the need for unity.
The article discusses the perception of Jews and the need for preparedness in the face of threats. It also highlights the unsuccessful efforts of Israeli Prime Minister Levi Eshkol to elicit support from Western allies during a period of escalating hostilities.
Hundreds of synagogues and Jewish institutions in the US received bomb threats in a substantial escalation of a months-long spree of hoax threats.
PLO official calls for Palestinian Authority to control Gaza and criticizes Hamas and the lack of US proposals for peace.
Israel and Hamas consider ceasefire and hostage release, but disagreements persist on implementation and conditions.
The family of an Israeli hostage shot by IDF soldiers after surviving captivity has been denied their request to have him recognized as a fallen IDF soldier.
Mediterranean Shipping Company and CMA CGM have suspended passage through a Red Sea strait due to Houthi attacks, joining Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd.
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