Articles in "Oct. 7 attack"

Legislation Labeling UNRWA a ‘Terror Organization’ Passes Knesset Committee

The Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee unanimously approved legislation designating the UN Relief and Works Agency a "terror ...

October 7 Victims File $1 Billion Lawsuit Against UNRWA

More than 100 survivors of Hamas's October 7 attacks filed a $1 billion lawsuit against the United Relief and Works Agency for "aiding and ...

Hero Policeman’s Name Tag Returned to Family Amid Emotional Ceremony

In a poignant ceremony, the name tag of a hero police officer was returned to his grieving family after it was recently discovered on the ...

Israeli High Court Suspends State Comptroller’s Probe Into Oct. 7 Failures

Israel's High Court of Justice on Sunday ordered State Comptroller Matanyahu Englman to suspend his investigation into the failures the ...

Visiting Southern Israel, Nikki Haley Denounces UN and Hamas

Nikki Haley, former US presidential candidate and Ambassador to the UN visited southern Israel on Monday, touring the sites of Hamas ...

The War ‘Didn’t Break Our Spirit’: Israel Marks First Wartime Independence Day

Holiday traditions had to be rethought and revamped because Israel never celebrated Independence Day in wartime. That meant changing, among ...

Islamic Jihad Commander Who Led Oct. 7 Attack Killed in Israeli Airstrike

The Israel Defense Forces confirmed killing a Palestinian Islamic Jihad commander on Saturday night who led a Nukhba force attack on ...

State Comptroller Calls on Netanyahu to Cooperate With Probe of Oct. 7 Failures

Israel's State Comptroller Matanyahu Englman called on the country's Prime Minister and military chief of staff to cooperate with his ...

Israel Bonds Surpass $3 Billion Milestone Amidst Post-Oct. 7 Surge

Israel Bonds surpassed $3 billion in global sales in the six months since the Hamas terrorist attacks of October 7th – a sum almost three ...

‘The People of Israel Need the Blessings Now More Than Ever’: Jews Flock to Western Wall

Neither war nor a heatwave prevented Jews from thronging to the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Thursday for the traditional priestly ...