As Israeli soldiers uncover evidence in Gaza's buildings and tunnels, new information on the fate of the hostages held by Hamas shook Israelis Tuesday. The news looks grim for those hostages still alive.
While tourism in Israel remains slow due to the war, that hasn't stopped Christians from visiting to support the Jewish state and its people. Scott Phillips leads Passages, a Christian organization that connects students with Israel to deepen their faith and build bridges.
Argentina's President Javier Milei arrived in Israel Tuesday afternoon and immediately announced he would seek to move his country's embassy to Jerusalem. Milei became the first Latin American leader to set foot in Israel since the October 7th Hamas attacks.
The Pentagon has promised more strikes against Iranian-backed militias in Syria and Iraq. It's just one front in the multi-front war raging throughout the Middle East. The U.S. and U.K. launched dozens of strikes over the weekend to retaliate for the soldiers killed by an Iranian-backed Iraqi terror group, and the U.S. military warns more are coming.
The massacre by Hamas is one of the most well-documented crimes in history, livestreamed for the world to see, and yet October 7th denial is spreading.
The U.S. and Britain are planning more attacks against Iranian-backed terrorists after carrying out dozens of airstrikes against targets in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen. It comes after three U.S. troops were killed in an attack on Tower 22 in Jordan.
Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant says the Israel Defense Forces reached a major military milestone: the defeat of Hamas in Khan Younis, the second largest city in the Gaza Strip, and home to many in the Hamas top leadership.
As anti-Semitism cascades in waves across much of Europe and the rest of the world, the European Coalition for Israel recently hosted the first Emergency Summit on Global Anti-Semitism in Geneva, Switzerland, bringing together diplomats and faith leaders to search for solutions.
As more incriminating evidence surfaces in Gaza against UNRWA, the U.N. body tasked with caring for Palestinian refugees, the U.S. has reverted to pushing for a Palestinian state ahead of Secretary of State Antony Blinken's sixth visit to the region since the Israel-Hamas war began last October.
The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing Tuesday after reports that 10 percent of UNRWA employees are affiliated with Palestinian terror groups, and 12 of them took part in the October 7 attacks on Israel.