Meet 17 hostages freed by Hamas on four day ceasefire prisoners hostage swap deal with Israel

A third batch of Israel and foreign hostages was released from Hamas captivity on Sunday evening as the group arrived in Israel. They numbered 17, including 14 Israelis and three Thai citizens. The Hamas Group handed over the former captives to the humanitarian organisation Red Cross and were further taken for medical examination. Among those … Read more

61 UN Trucks Deliver Aid In Northern Gaza

Eleven ambulances, three coaches and a flatbed were delivered to Al-Shifa hospital. Washington: The United Nations on Saturday said 61 trucks carrying medical supplies, food and water had delivered their payloads in northern Gaza, as a pause in fighting allows aid to enter the besieged coastal territory. Another 200 trucks had been dispatched to the … Read more

Relatives of Gaza hostages say stop talk of execution for Hamas detainees

Relatives of some of the 240 people held by Hamas in Gaza urged far-right Israeli lawmakers on Monday not to pursue proposed capital punishment for captured Hamas terrorists, saying that even talk of doing so might endanger the hostages. A number of suspected gunmen were detained after members of the armed Islamist faction breached the … Read more

News Outlets Deny Report Of Having Prior Knowledge About Hamas Attack

Israel’s counteroffensive in Gaza has killed more than 11,000 people, according to Palestinian figures. Jerusalem: The executive director of Israeli media advocacy group HonestReporting said on Friday he accepted as “adequate” the denials by four media organisations that they had no previous knowledge of the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel, adding he was “so … Read more

Gaza Death Count Rises To 11,078 Includes 4,506 Children: Hamas

11,078 Killed In Gaza: Hamas-Run Health Ministry (File) Palestinian Territories: The health ministry in Hamas-run Gaza said Friday that 11,078 people have been killed in five weeks of Israeli military campaign targeting the group since October 7. The death number includes 4,506 children, a health ministry statement said, while 27,490 people have been wounded in … Read more

Israel Agrees Pauses In Fighting But Rules Out Ceasefire

Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel does not “seek to govern Gaza.” (File) Palestinian Territories: Israel has agreed pauses in its offensive in northern Gaza that will allow some civilians to flee heavy fighting, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ruled out any broader ceasefire as a “surrender” to Hamas. US President Joe Biden welcomed the pauses, which … Read more

Fight “Until It Ends” For The Israeli Military In Devastated Gaza

The Hamas-run health ministry said Wednesday 10,569 people have been killed in Israeli attacks. (File) Palestinian Territories: Gaza City’s suburbs began to appear after about 30 minutes of navigating broken roads. We were approaching the focal point of the fight between Israel and Hamas in the territory. On Wednesday, AFP was embedded with Israeli soldiers, … Read more

Israel-Hamas War Cripples Children Of Gaza

Khan Yunis, Palestinian Territories: Layan al-Baz cries in agony when the effect fades of the painkillers she receives after her legs were amputated — the result of a strike on Gaza as Israel fights Hamas. “I don’t want a false leg,” the 13-year-old Palestinian tells AFP in Khan Yunis’s Nasser hospital, in the southern Gaza Strip, … Read more

Israel looks to hire 1 lakh Indian workers to replace Palestinians: Report

Israel is reportedly looking to hire one lakh workers from India in a bid to replace Palestinians who were fired from jobs after Gaza-based terrorist organisation Hamas attacked the Jewish nation on October 7. According to a Voice of America (VOA) News report, Israel’s construction sector confirmed it had asked its government to allow companies … Read more

A Month On, Israel’s Deadliest Ever Gaza War Set To Intensify

Gaza death number has soared above 10,000 Jerusalem: Israel’s deadliest ever war in Gaza, sparked by the October 7 Hamas attacks, entered its second month Tuesday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stressed there would be no ceasefire until the group releases its 240 hostages. Netanyahu also said Israel would assume “overall security” in Gaza after the war … Read more