Tag Archives: Benjamin-Netanyahu

Thousands of people flock to Washington DC to protest Netanyahu’s speech to US Congress

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to address the U.S. Congress on Wednesday. Some Democratic lawmakers are boycotting the event and protests are still expected in Washington over his administration’s hard-line stance on the Gaza war. Netanyahu has received a warm welcome from Republican lawmakers who arranged his speech in the House of Representatives, making him the first foreign …

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At least 9 dead reported after Israeli army orders evacuation of Khan Younis

At least nine people were killed in an Israeli strike in the southern Gaza town of Khan Younis, Palestinian health officials said on Tuesday, a day after Israel ordered parts of the town to be evacuated in preparation for a ground operation. The overnight strike hit a house near the European Hospital, which is in the zone Israel says must …

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Israelis displaced by the battle with Hezbollah want to return home as the conflict moves closer to full-scale war

In November, Avi Avraham and his wife left their home in Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel to attend a wedding. Moments later, a rocket ripped through their third floor, shattering the windows—destroying life as they knew it. They and their son moved south to safety and have since been living as evacuees in a hotel paid for by the Israeli …

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