One of New York City’s leading Rabbis has decided to unsubscribe from the New York Times. This summer his “chronic irritation” with the paper’s Israel coverage turned to “visceral disgust” and he could take it no longer.
Iranian military leaders say that they have begun weapons deliveries to Palestinian terrorists in the West Bank and elsewhere in the region after months of promising increased military support for Israel’s enemies, according to regional reports.
At least 12 Hamas operatives, including a senior leader and others convicted of murder, have enjoyed safe haven in Turkey, a country that regional experts say is quickly becoming “a very hospitable environment” for Hamas terrorists to plan operations.
An Ohio school was placed on lockdown Wednesday after a man with a “heavy accent” phoned the school and threatened to murder children with an AK-47 due to the current conflict between Israel and Hamas, according to local police.
JERUSALEM—Emerging from the rubble covering much of Gaza, Hamas leaders on Tuesday declared the seven-week long confrontation with Israel a “great victory for the Palestinian resistance” and a giant step towards the next round of fighting with the Jewish state.
Qatar and a Turkish group with terror ties have agreed to fund another flotilla to the Gaza Strip, according to the Blaze.
Nearly 89 percent of Palestinians support Hamas and other terrorists firing rockets from the Gaza Strip at Israeli civilians, according to a new poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (PCPO).
JERUSALEM—When Israel lifts its head and looks about after its seven-week confrontation with Hamas, it will find that it has some unexpected friends.