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Israel boosting security in Gaza border communities

Israeli authorities have started work on upgrading security measures in communities surrounding the Gaza Strip, the Israel Defense Forces and Defense Ministry announced on Thursday.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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US slams Iran for ‘stonewalling’ IAEA probe into unexplained uranium traces

The United States on Thursday threatened future action against Iran at the UN nuclear watchdog if Tehran keeps “stonewalling” the watchdog by denying it the cooperation and answers it seeks on issues including long-unexplained uranium traces.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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2 Filipino, 1 Vietnamese sailor killed in first fatal Houthi attack on merchant ship

Two Filipino and a Vietnamese crew member were identified as those killed in a missile attack by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on a ship in the Gulf of Aden, the vessel’s managers said Thursday.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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IDF: Ramadan flare-up could lead to multi-front or even regional war

Palestinian terrorist groups could exploit the Muslim holy month of Ramadan to provoke a multi-front war against Israel, Channel 12 News reported on Thursday, citing military intelligence that reached the desk of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Hamas elite smuggled to Egypt as average Gazans stuck in Strip

With Gazans earning an average monthly after-tax salary of $346, the $6,000 to $7,000 smuggling fee per head to escape across Egypt’s tightly sealed border puts such a prospect out of reach for most people living in the Strip.
Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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UN Special Rapporteur ‘unaware’ of rocket attacks on Israel

Reem Alsalem, the United Nation’s Special Rapporteur on violence against women and girls, confirmed during an interview on Tuesday that she was unaware of the frequent rocket attacks made by Hamas and Hezbollah against Israel.

Read more: The Jerusalem Post

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US carries out second airdrop of aid into Gaza

U.S. Central Command announced on Tuesday that it carried out a second airdrop of emergency food supplies into the Gaza Strip.
Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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US Navy destroyer downs suicide drones, missile in Red Sea

A U.S. Navy destroyer in the Red Sea shot down several suicide drones and an anti-ship ballistic missile fired towards it by Houthis in Yemen, AP reported on Wednesday.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Man hurt in Jerusalem terror stabbing; Palestinian attacker, 14, caught

An Israeli man was stabbed and moderately hurt in a terror attack carried out by a Palestinian teenager in East Jerusalem on Wednesday, police and medics said.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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UN finds evidence of rape on Oct. 7 and after; Israel: They tried to downplay issue

The United Nation’s envoy on sex crimes during conflict presented a report Monday at the UN indicating that rape and gang rape likely occurred during the October 7 Hamas onslaught against southern Israel, that “clear and convincing” evidence shows that hostages were raped while being held in Gaza, and that those currently held captive are still…

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Gallant: Hezbollah pushing Israel towards decision on IDF op

Hezbollah’s attacks on Israeli territory are pushing Jerusalem towards a “critical point” in its decision-making process regarding a possible operation against the terrorist group in Southern Lebanon, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant told senior White House envoy Amos Hochstein during a meeting in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.

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IDF intercepts drone from Syria over Golan Heights

An IDF fighter jet intercepted an aerial target that apparently crossed from Syria into Israel’s Golan region on Tuesday morning, Hebrew media reported.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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IDF arrests dozens of terrorists during Hamad City operation

The Israel Defense Forces pressed forward with the “Crown of the West” operation in Khan Yunis over the past day, targeting the Qatari-funded Hamad City residential complex in the northwestern part of the city.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Hamas refuses to provide info on wellbeing of hostages as Cairo talks commence

A senior Hamas official claimed on Sunday that a ceasefire in Gaza could be secured within “24 to 48 hours” if Israel were to accept the terror group’s demands in ongoing talks, which have reportedly stalled as Hamas refuses to provide Israel with a list of hostages who are still alive.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Foreign national killed, 7 hurt in anti-tank missile attack from Lebanon

A foreign laborer was killed and seven were wounded Monday when an anti-tank guided missile fired by terrorists in Lebanon struck an orchard near the border community of Margaliot, medics and the military said.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Israeli forces nab Islamic State cell near Hebron

Israeli security personnel last month arrested four Palestinians planning Islamic State-inspired terrorist attacks against troops in Judea and Samaria, the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet), Israel Defense Forces and Israel Police cleared for publication on Monday afternoon.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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IDF nabs 80 terror suspects trying to escape with civilians in Khan Yunis

Israeli forces captured 80 terror suspects attempting to hide among the civilian population evacuated from western Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, the Israel Defense Forces reported on Monday morning, as the Israel-Hamas war entered its 150th day.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Hostage’s wife gives birth to couple’s second child, 5 months into his captivity

The wife of an Israeli held hostage in Gaza gave birth to their second child on Friday, as her husband spent his 147th day in Hamas captivity.

Read more: The Times of Israel