Hamerkaz, Israel News
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2 hrs ago | McClatchy
This town of 25,000 has borne the brunt of rockets fired from Gaza since 2001. Every bus stop is a concrete bomb shelter.
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2 hrs ago | WSAW
Shortly after at least four major airlines cancelled flights to Tel Aviv, Israel, the Federal Aviation Administration has banned all U.S. airlines from flying to Israel for 24 hours, in the wake of a report of a rocket attack near Ben Gurion Airport.
6 hrs ago | InformationWeek
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8 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
When Americans question the value of U.S. foreign aid, one only has to point to the explosions in Israel's skies to demonstrate its worth.
12 hrs ago | Ynetnews
Cleared for publication: Body of one soldier killed in Gaza still missing, as IDF announce Sgt.
Other Arab news websites such as Egypt and Jordan, had been more low-key on coverage of the conflict until the ground invasion began last week.
Two native-born Americans who moved to Israel and joined its military were memorialized Monday as casualties of the ground war in Gaza.
Helaine and David Brenner and their sons are moving from Baltimore to Israel, undeterred by fighting in Gaza.
Israeli soldiers carry the coffin of Major Amotz Greenberg, a 45-year-old reserve soldier killed fighting a group of Palestinian militants who infiltrated Israel through a tunnel from the center of the Gaza Strip, during his funeral in Hod Hasharon, near Tel Aviv, Israel, on July 20, 2014.
TEL AVIV, Israel-13 soldiers in the Israel Defense Force's Golani Brigade, an elite infantry unit, were killed early Sunday after fighting with Hamas terrorists in Gaza, bringing the total number of IDF soldiers killed during Operation Protection Edge to 18. According to IDF officials, two of the soldiers killed had U.S. citizenship.
History has proven that regimes like Hamas's are ultimately self-destructive; it's a tragedy that so many good people must give their lives before such evil is eradicated.
Each time a Code Red rocket- warning siren sounds, Halina Ashkenazy-Engelhard, a 90-year-old Holocaust survivor, sits on her couch and gazes out the window at the trees surrounding her home in a gated community for the elderly in northern Tel Aviv.
At least 40 Palestinians were killed on Sunday by Israeli shelling in a Gaza neighborhood, where bodies were strewn in the street and thousands fled toward a hospital packed with wounded, witnesses and health officials said.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:34 pm
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