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Israel Gaza War 2023
A single photograph captures the horror of a hospital in Gaza that is running out of everything but patients.
Source: What One Photo Shows About a Gaza Hospital in Chaos
The soldiers’ deaths were the first publicly confirmed by the Israeli military inside Gaza since an invasion began on Friday.
Source: Israel Says 15 Soldiers Were Killed in Ground Invasion of Gaza
At a U.N. camp in southern Gaza, children have been forced to flee their homes and live in squalid conditions while trying to make sense of a war with no end in sight.
Source: War Through the Eyes of Gaza’s Children
The initial decision to undertake limited ground incursions rather than a full-scale invasion appears to follow guidance from top U.S. military officials.
Source: Israeli Approach to Ground War in Gaza Aligns with U.S. Advice, Officials Say
A large demonstration, organized by Jewish Voice for Peace, came as Israel ramped up its military operations inside Gaza.
Source: Protesters in NYC Fill Grand Central to Call for Cease-Fire in Gaza
The United States has advised delaying a ground invasion, in part to get more desperately needed aid, which has flowed slowly, into Gaza.
Source: Israeli Tanks Raid Gaza Ahead of Invasion, While Aid Trickles In
Military support was slow to arrive in the quiet desert city of Ofakim but officers, most of them armed with handguns, fought back.
Source: Local Police in Ofakim Defended the Israeli City From Hamas’s Attacks
A ground invasion in Gaza could produce some of the fiercest street-to-street fighting since World War II.
Source: Israel Prepares to Enter ‘Devil’s Playground’ of City Combat in Gaza
Yocheved Lifshitz, a grandmother and Israeli peace activist, was kidnapped, beaten and held in tunnels built by Hamas for 17 days.
Source: Yocheved Lifshitz, Israeli Hostage Freed by Hamas, Details Captivity in Gaza
Relatives of those being held in Gaza rallied outside U.N. headquarters on Tuesday.
Source: Families of Hostages Kidnapped By Hamas Rally to Put Pressure on the U.N