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Gaza Conflict Day 16: Ben Gurion Flights Suspended

Gaza Conflict Day 16: Ben Gurion Flights Suspended

Today’s Top Stories 1. Foreign airline carriers — all of them — suspended flights to and from Ben Gurion Airport. According to Globes, only Israel’s three airlines — El Al, Arkia, and Israir are “continuing routine operations.” This came after a Hamas rocket struck a house in Yehud, a Tel Aviv suburb five km (three

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Foreign Journalists Acknowledge Hamas’ Human Shields Tactics

While they may not be vocal about it, foreign journalists in Gaza have noticed Hamas’ human shields tactics as the terrorists operate within the population.

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Gaza Conflict Day Day 15: Soldier Missing in Gaza, Presumed Dead

Today’s Top Stories 1. The IDF confirmed that one of its soldiers in Gaza, is missing and presumed dead. The 21 year-old Sgt Oron Shaul is from the northern Israel town of Poriyah. The IDF released the names of other fallen soldiers.   2. 20,000 Israelis attend lone US-born soldier’s funeral. 3. Dr. Irwin Mansdorf

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Gaza Conflict Day 14: Did Israel Strike Hamas Stockpile in Sudan?

Today’s Top Stories 1. 40 members of UAE aid convoy to Gaza revealed as intelligence agents. Commentators say that suspicions should have been aroused when the convoy was allowed by the Egyptians to enter Gaza through the Rafah crossing, as no other convoys have been allowed to enter since the start of the Israeli attack

To The New York Times: It's the Terror Tunnels, Stupid

It’s The Terror Tunnels, Stupid

There’s no place for Gazans to hide during Israeli strikes because there are no bomb shelters. If you read Anne Barnard’s New York Times dispatch, you might think it’s solely because of the nasty Israeli blockade of the Strip. Construction materials, we’re told, aren’t allowed in. Hemmed in by Israeli and Egyptian border restrictions, there’s

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Gaza Conflict Day 13: IDF Fatalities, Hamas Media Restrictions

Today’s Top Stories 1. The IDF suffered its first fatalities of Operation Protective Edge, and Israel’s second civilian was killed by a rocket. 20 year-old 1st Sgt Eitan Barak, of Herzliya; apparently killed by light arms fire. 20 year-old Staff Sgt Bania Roval of Holon; shot by a terrorist in a tunnel 21 year-old 2nd

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Gaza Conflict Day 10: Rockets Found in UNRWA School

Today’s Top Stories 1. The UNRWA found 20 rockets in one of its Gaza schools. And they weren’t from the school’s science club either. Meanwhile, Patrick Martin of the Globe & Mail had a schoolyard lesson of his own  in Human Shields 101: Heading toward the exit, we were overwhelmed by the jet-like sound of two rockets

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Gaza Conflict Day 8: Hamas Rockets Wreck Ceasefire Initiative

Today’s Top Stories 1. Hamas rejected an Egyptian ceasefire initiative which Israel accepted this morning. A break in IDF air strikes to give peace a chance was met with continued Palestinian rocket fire, forcing Israel to resume operations. The truce was backed by the Arab League, the Palestinian Authority (with a twist), and the White House. According

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Gaza Conflict Day 7: Israel Downs Hamas Drone Over Ashdod

Today’s Top Stories 1. Israel shot down a Palestinian drone flying over the coast near Ashdod. 2. Egypt’s offering Gaza aid, but not leverage, reports the Christian Science Monitor. And that has Smadar Perry commenting that Cairo’s Sisi regime is perfectly happy to let Gaza simmer while Israel pounds Hamas. The Egyptian media’s been vicious

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