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

Israeli Army Kills 6 People In West Bank, Says Palestinian Ministry: Report

Israeli Army has killed six Palestinians in Nablus and Jenin early on Sunday in the occupied West Bank, said the Palestinian Ministry of Health, reported the AFP. The ministry said the army killed a 25-year-old doctor early Sunday morning outside his home near Jenin, a stronghold of Palestinian armed groups in the north of the … 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

WHO Loses Contact With Gaza Hospital, Says It Was Surrounded By Tanks

WHO is gravely concerned about the safety of health workers. Geneva: The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Sunday said that it has lost communication with Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, stressing that those who fled the hospital have been reportedly shot, wounded or killed. This comes after it was reported that the hospital has been … Read more

Iran asks Islamic countries to designate Israel army ‘terrorist group’, but UAE plans to maintain ties: Report

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi called on Islamic governments to designate Israel’s military a “terrorist organisation”, news agency AFP reported. President Raisi cited Israel’s current operations in the Gaza Strip to urge nations, that have ties with Israel, to sever them. He called for greater support for Palestinians, the report said. Follow Israel-Hamas war LIVE updates … Read more

Actions, Not Words, Needed On Gaza: Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi

Tehran: Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said on Saturday that the time had come for action over the conflict in Gaza rather than talk as he headed to Saudi Arabia to attend a summit on the war between Israel and Hamas militants. “Gaza is not an arena for words. It should be for action,” Raisi said … Read more

Hamas Attack Survivor Climbed Atop Orange Tree to Survive as Music Festival Attendees Were Massacred

Like most others his age, Uriel Balas was just excited to celebrate his 26th birthday with friends, having saved up for his ticket to Israel’s much-anticipated Supernova music festival. But excitement would soon give way to horror. The two-day festival in the fields around Kibbutz Reim, just beyond the Gaza border in southern Israel, drew … Read more

‘68 of My Family Members Killed in Gaza’: Woman Confronts US Senator at Restaurant, Demands Ceasefire

A Palestinian woman accused Elizabeth Warren, Democrat US senator, for not doing enough to force a ceasefire in Gaza. (Image: Reuters) A Palestinian American woman from Massachusetts confronted US senator Elizabeth Warren and urged her to press her party to call for a ceasefire in Gaza. US senator from the Democratic Party Elizabeth Warren was … Read more

Columbia University Suspends Palestinian, Israeli Groups for Protesting War in Gaza with ‘Threatening Rhetoric’

Published By: Shankhyaneel Sarkar Last Updated: November 11, 2023, 06:52 IST Washington D.C., United States of America (USA) Student groups backing Israel and Palestine were told that they violated Columbia University’s policies related to campus events and protests. (Image: Reuters) Columbia University said both groups violated the university’s policy related to campus events. A prestigious … Read more