Gaza war will continue for months, says Netanyahu

Israeli strikes in central Gaza killed at least 35 people on December 31, hospital officials said, as fighting raged across the tiny enclave a day after Israel’s prime minister said the war will continue for “many more months,” resisting international calls for a cease-fire. The military said Israeli forces were…

Israel-Hamas war: Gaza death toll rises as US ceasefire veto condemned

The latest developments from the Israel-Hamas war. Gaza death toll rises to 17,700 with a further 48,780 wounded ADVERTISEMENT The health ministry in Gaza has announced that the death toll in the war-torn region has risen to at least 17,700. They added that at least another 48,780 people have been…

Israel-Hamas war: IDF claim tunnel discovery under Shifa hospital

The latest developments from the Israel-Hamas war. Yemen’s Houthi rebels hijack an Israeli-linked ship in the Red Sea, taking crew members hostage ADVERTISEMENT Yemen’s Houthi rebels seized an Israeli-linked cargo ship in a crucial Red Sea shipping route on Sunday, officials said, taking over two dozen crew members hostage and…

Netanyahu rejects ceasefire calls as Gaza’s main hospital goes dark

The latest developments from the Israel-Hamas war. Netanyahu ignores calls for ceasefire ADVERTISEMENT Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Saturday that the military will continue its battle against Hamas in Gaza with “full force,” in a rejection of growing international calls for a ceasefire. Netanyahu said in a televised address…

As Israel struggles for its democratic soul, this could be a solution

By Joshua Hantman, Partner, Number 10 Strategies  •  Updated: 01/08/2023 – 13:08 An additional legislative layer with an oversight role made up of ordinary individuals from all walks of life with no political ambition could well be the panacea to Israel’s constitutional conundrum, Joshua Hantman writes. Last week was a dark week for Israel’s democracy.…

Netanyahu faces mounting security challenges as violence spirals in West Bank

Benjamin Netanyahu and his loyalists released a brief cry of victory on June 22 morning as the judges at Jerusalem’s District Court told the prosecution that it “would be difficult” to prove allegations of bribery against the Prime Minister in one of the central cases currently deliberated, commonly known as Case…

Israeli police say three wounded in Tel Aviv shooting

A Palestinian gunman opened fire on a crowded street in central Tel Aviv late Thursday, wounding three people before he was shot and killed, Israeli officials said. The shooting came hours after an Israeli military raid killed three Palestinian militants in the occupied West Bank. The incidents were the latest…