A mentally ill Israeli named Avera Mengistu wandered into Gaza and is being detained there. Will U.S. help secure his release?
“My dream has come true. Hopefully, it will become even better when my husband is released.”
JERUSALEM The Israel Defense Forces blew up a terrorist tunnel that stretched from Khan Younis in Gaza to Israel.
It is the second time this year that a Hamas tunnel has been discovered under a United Nations-supported school in Gaza.
My mentee lives in Gaza — and as much as she yearns to, the Israeli government has never allowed her to leave.
The alert sounded a few days after Hamas allegedly agreed not to fire rockets into Israel as part of a Palestinian unity plan.
Israel said that the deal will only be acceptable if Hamas recognizes Israel and gives up its weapons.
No injuries were reported in the attack. It is the first rocket from Gaza in about two months.
Why are the strongest Jewish critics of Black Lives Matter’s platform silent on abhorrent conditions in Gaza?
Hadassah Medical Center operated on a Gaza patient who had become known as “tree-man” after grisly complications from HPV.