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Chris Christie says he would send U.S. troops to rescue American hostages in Gaza, if there is a safe plan. Recent poll shows majority support for this action. Biden administration confirms American hostages still held by Hamas.
Harvard president defends students' calls for destruction of Jewish people as free speech, stating that the university embraces a commitment to free expression.
A U.N. official criticizes calls for Hamas to release hostages, while facing criticism for anti-Semitic comments. U.S. lawmakers scrutinize the U.N. for potentially violating U.S. law.
Israel released a convicted terrorist while Hamas released a 3-year-old Israeli girl they had abducted after murdering her parents. The media coverage blurred the moral distinctions between Israel and its enemies and showed sympathy towards the Palestinian prisoners.
Elon Musk clarifies controversial comments about Jewish organizations and urges Jewish donors to wise up.
The New York Times retracts headline claiming Israel killed more women and children than in Ukraine, after adding information that contradicted the initial claim.
Qatar cancels National Day celebration in Washington, D.C. in protest against Israel's actions.
A UN official faces criticism for not condemning Hamas's violence despite evidence of atrocities.
Hamas violated ceasefire by targeting IDF troops with explosives, resulting in injuries. Accusations of violations exchanged between Israel and Hamas.
A civil rights nonprofit is suing UC Berkeley for allowing the spread of anti-Semitism on its campus, resulting in harassment and violence against Jewish students.
Israeli hostage who escaped from terrorists in Gaza was recaptured by ordinary Gazans and returned to his captors, according to his aunt.
Footage reveals massive underground complex under Al Shifa Hospital, confirming Israel's claims that Hamas used the hospital as a cover for launching attacks against Israel.
Center for American Progress president Patrick Gaspard is urging President Biden to secure a 'robust ceasefire' in Israel, despite his controversial past statements and praise for an anti-Semitic black nationalist.
A recent poll shows that Gazans overwhelmingly approve of Hamas and its actions, contradicting previous reports that suggested most Gazans did not support the terrorist group.
CAIR defends broadcasting claims of Ohio man about a bogus anti-Palestinian hate crime despite his arrest for lying to police.
NBC News has severed ties with a journalist arrested by Israel for inciting terror and glorifying Hamas terrorism. The journalist made Facebook posts regarding Hamas's attacks, leading to her arrest. NBC News claims the investigation is unrelated to their engagement with her and that they were unaware of her posts beforehand. This incident adds to the scrutiny faced by media outlets for their employment of freelancers.
Media outlets downplayed pro-Palestinian protest, celebrated lower Thanksgiving meal prices, and hailed the US-China climate deal.
The BBC apologized for falsely reporting that Israel targeted medical staff in Al Shifa Hospital. The initial report was incorrect and misquoted a Reuters report. Witnesses described a calm situation inside the hospital as Israeli troops conducted searches for Hamas terrorists.
Nearly 300,000 Americans gathered in Washington, D.C. to express support for Israel's right to exist amidst a rise in anti-Semitism.
The keffiyeh has become a fashionable symbol of Palestinian terrorism, with supporters of Hamas encouraging others to wear it as a show of solidarity.
Biden admin focus on climate change under renewed scrutiny after US failed to detect Hamas attack
Senator Tim Scott ends his bid for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, potentially boosting other candidates like Nikki Haley.
A Republican congressman criticizes the Democratic Party for fomenting anti-Semitism in the wake of Israel's war with Hamas. He highlights the rise of anti-Semitism in America and on college campuses, calling for action to hold college administrators accountable and assure the American public that anti-Semitism will not be tolerated.
A report reveals that six fundraisers for Representative Rashida Tlaib's campaign are linked to terrorism, putting pressure on her to disavow these associations.
French President Emmanuel Macron pledges to fight against anti-Semitism in response to a rise in incidents of hatred against Jews since the attack by Hamas on Israel. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin reports that there have been 1,159 anti-Semitic acts in France since October 7, more than triple the number recorded in 2022.
The State Department denies claims that the Biden administration is secretly pushing for an Israeli ceasefire through back channel talks with Iran. Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian claimed that the U.S. informed Tehran it is pressuring Israel to implement a ceasefire in its conflict with Hamas.
Senate Republicans show support for Israel as Democrats debate ceasefire in Gaza
A Jewish man was killed at a pro-Israel protest in Los Angeles, but left-wing media outlets downplayed the incident and omitted important details.
A spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center signed a statement blaming Israel for Hamas's terrorist attacks and denouncing Israel as an 'apartheid state' and 'ethno-nationalist project.' The SPLC has faced criticism for its muted response to Hamas's attacks and the surge in anti-Semitism across the United States.
Columbia professor who defended Hamas served as academic mentor at Palestinian university known for hosting Hamas rallies.
Two NYT journalists sign letter blaming Israel for 'genocide' and 'apartheid,' as the Times faces accusations of anti-Semitism and false reporting.
Chinese tech companies Baidu and Alibaba have removed Israel's name from their online maps, marking its borders without a label, amid a surge of anti-Semitic messages on China's government-controlled internet.
Over 100 faculty at Columbia University signed an open letter characterizing Hamas's Oct. 7 terror attack on Israel as a 'military response.' The faculty letter argues that the student statement aims to recontextualize the events of October 7, 2023, pointing out that military operations and state violence did not begin that day, but rather it represented a military response by a people who had endured crushing and unrelenting state violence from an occupying power over many years.
Billionaire donor Leon Cooperman slams Columbia University students and professors for supporting Hamas and threatens to suspend donations.
South Korean and U.S. military officials are preparing for a possible 'Hamas-style' attack by North Korea, as North Korea's artillery arsenal poses a serious threat to Seoul.
National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan wrote an essay for Foreign Affairs in which he boasted that the White House had 'de-escalated crises in Gaza.' Following Hamas's terrorist rampage in early October, the online version of Sullivan's piece was edited to remove or alter several lines.
House Republicans have chosen Tom Emmer as their nominee for speaker, but have yet to secure the 217 votes needed to guarantee he will win the job. Democrats have said they are open to a compromise candidate.
Yousra Fazili, a Pentagon employee who previously worked for the Qatari government, has been pushing for an Israeli ceasefire on social media, undermining the Biden administration's support for Israel.
A Washington Free Beacon poll found that 73% of American voters support deploying Marines to rescue Americans held hostage by Hamas in the Gaza Strip. The poll also found high levels of support for Israel's retaliation against Hamas and for American aid to Israel, but voters are not supportive of President Joe Biden's response to the war.
Former president Barack Obama wrote a blog post about the recent Hamas terrorist attack that killed more than 1,400 Jews. He suggested that Israel should pursue a strategy that can incapacitate Hamas while minimizing further civilian casualties. Obama has close ties to anti-Semites and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 for apologizing to Muslims.
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