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How the Israel-Hamas War Has Roiled TikTok Internally – The New York Times

| March 30, 2024

When Barak Herscowitz joined TikTok two years ago in the companys Tel Aviv office, his role was to recruit Israeli government agencies and other public-sector groups to join the video service and take advantage of its popularity. His pitch: TikTok was a powerful communication tool and getting more influential in the country by the day. But Mr

Biden administration said to approve transfer of over 2000 bombs, 25 F-35s to Israel – The Times of Israel

| March 30, 2024

The United States in recent days authorized the transfer of billions of dollars worth of bombs and fighter jets to Israel even as it publicly expresses concerns about an anticipated military offensive in Rafah, The Washington Post reports.

Hinting at Syria strikes, Gallant says Israel will ‘expand the campaign’ against Hezbollah – The Times of Israel

| March 30, 2024

Hinting at Israels alleged overnight airstrike in Syria, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant says the military will expand the campaign [against Hezbollah] and increase the rate of attacks in the north.

Perspective | Van Hollen pushes Israel for more Gaza aid and against ‘war crimes’ – The Washington Post

| March 30, 2024

Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) isnt known as a Capitol Hill bomb-thrower, making grandiose statements for the publicity

Israeli arrested in Malaysia for attempts to assassinate another Israeli – The Jerusalem Post

| March 30, 2024

An Israeli citizen was arrested on Wednesday in Malaysia on the grounds that he entered the country to carry out an assassination, with a police report saying that the man admitted that his goal was to assassinate another Israeli, Walla reported on Thursday, citing Malaysian media reports. According to reports in Malaysia, the detainee's identity is Shalom Avitan, at least 36 years old, from Bnei Brak. The Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem has been notified about the arrest, but no further details were provided

Opinion | Imagining a Different Gaza War – The New York Times

| March 30, 2024

There seems to be a broad consensus atop the Democratic Party about the war in Gaza, structured around two propositions.

Days After U.N. Cease-Fire Resolution, Has Anything Changed in Gaza? – The New York Times

| March 30, 2024

Although the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution on Monday that demands an immediate cease-fire in the Gaza Strip, it remains to be seen whether it will have a concrete effect on the war or prove merely to be a political statement. The measure, Resolution 2728, followed three previous attempts that the United States had blocked.

Ireland to Intervene in South Africa’s Genocide Case Against Israel at the World Court – The New York Times

| March 30, 2024

Ireland plans to file an argument in South Africas genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice, according to the Irish government, making the move as the country has strongly condemned Israels actions against civilians in Gaza.

Commando killed, 16 other soldiers wounded during fighting in southern Gaza – The Times of Israel

| March 30, 2024

The Israel Defense Forces announces the death of a soldier killed during fighting against Hamas in the Khan Younis area of the southern Gaza Strip earlier today. He is named as Sgt.

Biden-Netanyahu Tensions Over U.N. Abstention and Rafah Offensive Roil U.S.-Israel Ties – Foreign Policy

| March 30, 2024

Welcome back to Foreign Policys SitRep. Heres whats on tap for the day: U.S.-Israel relations hit a low point over Gaza, another shake-up in Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskys cabinet, and Washington gets another cyber wake-up callthis time from Chinese hackers targeting U.S. critical infrastructure


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