President Herzog and his wife Michal paid a surprise visit to their son who is also deployed to the frontline fight against Hamas.
Photos of a Rabbi, an Imam, and a Pastor were taken today in Guatemala as people gathered to pray for Israel in the ongoing war.
Other sympathizers from all over the world have continued to show solidarity with either of the two nations all calling for justice.
“We pledge to Allah we will continue their path and that their blood will be a light for the mujahedeen and a fire for the occupiers,” the statement said, without saying when they were killed.”Ezzedine Al-Qassam Brigades said.
While many commentators question the fate of the lovers, others applaud their courage and genuine affection for each other.👇
Israel and Hamas deal on Wednesday agreed to allow at least 50 hostages and scores of Palestinian prisoners to be freed while offering besieged Gaza residents a four-day truce after weeks of all-out war.
After weeks of Qatar-brokered negotiations, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s cabinet approved the truce accord Wednesday after a near-all-night meeting, in which he told ministers this was a “difficult decision but it’s a right decision”.
Barely four days after an Israeli citizen released a clip titled #BYEHAMAS, the country witnessed the first-ever miracle that has occurred to the chagrin of the world
He, therefore cautions the West to desist from playing the role of radicalism else it would cause them in the West more harm than good.
when Hamas kidnapped 240 Israeli civilians, including women and children, the silence was deafening.” He said
The lingering crisis between Israel and Hamas is promisingly coming to an end as the both warring nations reaches a fresh deal. Israel and Hamas announced a deal on Wednesday … Read More
an Israeli IDF who was informed of his newborn left the war front to pay his wife and the baby a surprise visit
He has denied the existence of the Holocaust, today is denying the existence of the Hamas massacre and that’s unacceptable.
The assessment came after a visit by WHO and other UN officials to the hospital, which Israeli troops raided earlier this week.
At the start of November, the Hamas government said more than 200 people had been killed and hundreds more wounded in Israeli bombardments on the Jabalia camp over three consecutive days.
There have been 61 additional attacks against U.S. forces there since October 17, including attacks at three U.S. bases Friday.
Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza says the death toll from the military offensive has now topped 11,500, including thousands of children.
Several states and nations have declared their support for the nation, Israel supplying them with both material and immaterial things as the crisis prolongs.
The protesters in their overwhelming display of unilateral support were captured singing in a highly spirited tune for victory over the enemies of Israel.
The ongoing crisis that befell the nation barely two months ago, is considered one of the worst ugly incidents in the history of the nation whose demise of its citizens in an unprovoked and unprecedented attack remains ever indelible in the minds of the citizens.