Hamas


Hostage release, ceasefire deal, Israel-Hamas
Proposal: Breakthrough in the dispute over the Hostage Deal

A breakthrough in the Philadelphia Axis issue: Israel, Egypt, and the United States have formulated a proposal to Hamas aimed at resolving the dispute over control of the axis. The IDF conveyed a message to the diplomatic level that they could accommodate such a plan since Hamas lacks the capability to build tunnels.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 21.07.24

Hostage release, ceasefire deal, Israel-Hamas, Gaza

The Senior Minister reveals: this is the date when the hostage deal will be signed

Minister Eli Cohen from the Likud party disclosed that this is the time when the deal with the captives will be finalized. He referred to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trip to the United States and the timing when Israel is expected to reach a deal with the captives: "Military pressure has brought Hamas to surrender."

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 21.07.24

October 7th Massacre, Hamas, Sinwar

Report: Sinwar sent Israel a message before October 7th

News 12 journalist, Yaron Avraham, revealed tonight that Yahya Sinwar, the Hamas leader in Gaza, delivered a message to Israel several weeks before the October 7 attack, but it was not properly interpreted.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 21.07.24

Turkey, Iran, Hamas

Turkey as Iran's puppet: FM Katz slams Erdogan for allowing Hamas to plan terror attacks on Turkish soil

Following the revelation of a student terror cell in Bir Zeit funded by Hamas from Turkey, Foreign Minister Katz slammed the country for allowing it to happen on their soil.

Avi Woolf | 21.07.24

IDF, Israel-Hamas war, Gaza operation, terrorist elimination

IDF fighters eliminate a terrorist squad in Rafah, Fighting in Gaza continues

Givati Brigade's combat team identified terrorist installations in Rafah, including sites with PGMs ready for launch. The IDF's operations in the Gaza Strip persist across ground, air, and sea.

Eliana Fleming | 21.07.24

Israel-Gaza War

20 Hamas terrorists killed last Thursday include accomplice to lethal attack in 2003

The IDF eliminated Nemer Hamida last Thursday, who took part in planning a terrorist attack killing three IDF soldiers in 2003.

Avi Woolf | 21.07.24

Turkey, Terrorist Attack Foiled, ISA

Hamas attack planned by Palestinian students with Turkish connections foiled

An attack planned by students from Bir Zeit University and directed from Hamas's headquarters in Turkey has been prevented by the ISA.

Avi Nachmani | 21.07.24

Sinwar, IDF, Intelligence

IDF: Hamas intel treasure trove discovered in Gaza

Report: IDF and Shin Bet exposed a Hamas intelligence treasure trove including detailed instructions on how to act on October 7 and much more.

Gila Isaacson, JFeed Staff | 21.07.24

Lammy, UNRWA, Hamas

Lammy: UK to resume UNRWA funding immediately

UK Secretary cites humanitarian necessity, while critics question oversight and agency's neutrality.

Gila Isaacson | 21.07.24

Yemen, Houthis, Israel-Gaza War

Updated toll from yesterday's attack on Yemen's Houthis: 6 dead, 80 wounded

After 200 attacks by the Houthi terrorists, Israel finally retaliated on Saturday, striking the port city of Hodeida.

Gila Isaacson | 21.07.24

Netanyahu, ICJ, Hague, Israel-Gaza War

Netanyahu blasts absurd ICJ ruling: “Jewish People Can’t Be Occupiers In Their Own Land”

Netanyahu blasts the ICJ's ruling on Israel's presence in disputed territories, calling it an "absurd opinion." Here's how Israel's leaders and experts are responding to what they see as a politically driven decision.

Gila Isaacson | 21.07.24

Israel-Gaza War

IDF Spokesperson confirms: Additional confirmation that Mohammad Deif is dead

Eight days after the strike in Khan Yunis, Hagari confirmed to Srugim that the IDF has confirmation Deif was killed in the strike together with Khan Yunis Brigade Commander Rafa'a Salameh.

Avi Woolf | 21.07.24

Israel-Gaza War, Antisemitism, Protests

Chaos at SOAS: Anti-Israel encampment faces shutdown after allegations of drug possession and assault 

SOAS officials described the situation as "unmanageable," revealing that the camp had attracted individuals with no university affiliation, including "homeless people and persons wanted by the police." 

Gila Isaacson | 21.07.24

October 7, Intelligence, Hamas

How Israel ignored warnings of Hamas attack for at least 7 years

New reports reveal Hamas planned attack for nearly a decade as Israel's spy agencies misread threats. How did a nation renowned for its intelligence prowess miss the signs of impending disaster?

Gila Isaacson | 21.07.24

Netanyahu, Biden, Hamas

Netanyahu in Race Against Time on Hostage Deal

Israeli PM meets negotiators before critical US trip as pressure mounts.

Gila Isaacson | 21.07.24

Washington Post, Hostage Families, Omer Neutra

Washington Post slammed for 'insensitive' tweet about Israeli hostage's parents - Full controversy explained

Newspaper accused of extreme insensitivity towards family of Omer Neutra, an IDF soldier still held captive by Hamas.

Gila Isaacson | 20.07.24

Israel-Gaza War

IDF Spokesperson: Hamas hiding Deif's condition, odds of his death increasing

In response to a question regarding Deif, IDF Spokesperson Daniel Hagari noted that Deif was sitting next to Rafa'a Salameh, who was confirmed dead, when the strike happened.

Liran Vainshtain, JFeed Staff | 19.07.24

Terror attack, Injured IDF soldiers, Hermesh

Terror Attack in Hermesh: The Injured are IDF Soldiers on vacation

Two IDF soldiers on leave were lightly and moderately injured as a result of an explosion of an explosive device near the community of Hermesh. Two additional civilians were injured lightly. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 18.07.24

Hostage release, ceasefire deal, Israel-Hamas

Report: Abu Mazen is  Preventing a Deal for the Release of Hostages

The unofficial Palestinian Authority's agreement to control the Rafah crossing was supposed to pave the way for negotiations to release hostages. However, Abu Mazen has refused, and the talks are no longer progressing.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 18.07.24

Israel-Gaza War

Coalition and opposition MKs to Biden: Withdraw sanctions against Tzav Tesha protest movement

A letter signed by the MKs notes how the movement itself voluntarily froze its operations, how Hamas does end up stealing the aid, and how it opposed violence.

Avi Woolf | 18.07.24