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Tammuz 12, 5774 / Thursday, July 10, 2014

Iron Dome Halts Four Tel Aviv-Bound Missiles

As hundreds of thousands made their way to work or school Thursday morning, Hamas fired four rockets at the Tel Aviv area.
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Defense/Security, 9:41 AM

Official: Hamas Holding Out for 'High-Quality' Terror Attack

Defense Ministry official Amos Gilad said that Hamas was ready for a cease-fire, but wants to make one big 'score' to claim 'victory.'
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Defense/Security, 9:15 AM

As War Rages, Samaria Officials Present Their Case in France

MK Haim Katz and Samaria Council official Yossi Dagan are in France, presenting Israel's case as Hamas rains missiles on Israel.
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Defense/Security, 8:35 AM

Rand Paul: Via PA, US May Be Funding Hamas

At least some of the money the US giving to the PA each year is making its way to Hamas, says a US Senator
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Defense/Security, 7:46 AM

IDF: Hamas Commanders Now Homeless

The IDF smashed Hamas infrastructure and destroyed the homes of terrorist commanders overnight Wednesday.
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Middle East

Watch: Hamas Spokesman Encourages Using Civilians as Shields

In a video released by the IDF, Hamas spokesman is heard encouraging Gazans to continue volunteering to be human shields.
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