Israel: 2,005 soldiers injured since Oct. 7
The announcement coincided with Israel’s annual Day of Appreciation for Disabled Soldiers.
Freed hostage describes deteriorating conditions while being held by Hamas
Ruti Munder, 78, recounts how food slowly ran out, captives slept on plastic chairs or on the floor, many with no sheets, in a darkened room
IDF Claims Attack on Its Forces Violates Cease-Fire
Several members of the Israel Defense Forces were injured Tuesday after three explosive devices and gunfire targeted forces in northern Gaza, the Israeli government said.
IDF chief female coroner: Two months later we are still identifying Oct. 7th victims
IDF Rabbinate’s female coroner team leader says that despite the difficult scenes, the importance of the work keeps her team going
America needs to bomb Iran - opinion
How do you deal with Iran when it intends to take out Israel with a nuclear bomb? There’s only one way this can be prevented: A preemptive strike on Iran by America.
IDF destroys 400 tunnel shafts in Gaza since outbreak of war
Army says tunnels exposed near civilian areas, including residential neighborhoods, schools, hospitals, cemeteries and farmland.
Bathrooms and air conditioning: Inside Hamas' tunnels under Al Shifa Hospital
IDF releases footage from Hamas’ expansive tunnel network under Gaza’s primary medical center, revealing a series of well-appointed underground spaces
Netanyahu: Hamas is a ‘genocidal’ enemy that must be eradicated
“We face a peculiar kind of enemy, a particularly cruel and inhuman foe. They’re genocidal. They’re not fighting for this or that territory; they’re fighting to eliminate the Jewish state in whatever boundary,” said the Israeli premier.
Netanyahu: Progress made on hostage deal as Cabinet convenes
The Cabinet is now meeting to approve an agreement with Hamas.