Forty Israelis held hostage by Hamas since October 7 have been freed in a one-for-three swap for prisoners detained by Israel for security reasons. Meanwhile, the Houthis in control of Yemen have hijacked three cargo ships in the Red Sea linked to Israel.
Israel’s former Prime Minister Ehud Barak told CNN this week that the IDF knows the Hamas tunnels under hospitals in Gaza are there because the Israelis built them decades ago to give the hospitals more room.
The Washington Post named a colonel in the Ukrainian military as the man behind the bombing of the Nord Stream gas pipelines between Russian and Germany last September. This is a major shift in the narrative.Continue Reading
Two big stories this week: Joe Biden is accused of war crimes for supporting Israel by State Department employees, and the scope of government efforts to control the narrative on social media is even bigger than we thought.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas survived an assassination attempt Tuesday by a group calling itself Sons of Abu Jandal. The group demanded that Abbas declare war on Israel and tried to kill him when he didn’t.
Tens of thousands of pro-Hamas protesters—some estimates say as many as 300,000—descended on Washington DC Saturday demanding an Israeli cease-fire in Gaza. Yet the FBI still considers Trump supporters the greatest threat to domestic security.