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Disturbed's David Draiman:

'Sound of Silence of the World' after 10/7 is unforgivable

David Draiman, the frontman for the heavy metal band Disturbed, visited the Arutz Sheva Studio during his visit to Israel to discuss his support for Israel, the importance of Jewish unity, and the disappointing global response to the horrors of October 7.

'Sound of Silence of the World' after 10/7 is unforgivable

'Long live October 7'

Anti-Israel protesters justify Nova festival massacre at NY rally

Anti-Israel protesters call for violence, harass journalist during rally protesting existence of exhibition documenting the massacre at the Nova music festival on October 7.

Anti-Israel protesters justify Nova festival massacre at NY rally

New details of the rescue from the Supernova festival

The commander of the Ofakim police station recounts how the Israel Police enabled thousands to escape the festival area.

New details of the rescue from the Supernova festival

Moving:

Women pray at site of music festival massacre

Women held a special prayer service in the Re'im forest, where Hamas terrorists murdered hundreds of festival goers on October 7th.

Women pray at site of music festival massacre

Claim: Nearly 50 Nova massacre survivors have committed suicide

Many survivors of the Nova music festival massacre are forcibly admitted to psychiatric wards; other survivors demand: 'Why do we need to prove and explain more in order to receive help?'

Claim: Nearly 50 Nova massacre survivors have committed suicide

Released hostage:

The terrorist turned to me and said "Welcome to Gaza"

Moran Stella Yanai spoke at the site of the Supernova festival at an event for thousands of bikers and families of the hostages.

The terrorist turned to me and said "Welcome to Gaza"

'You feed the devil'

Hostage's sister-in-law confronts UNRWA employee

Tzofit Libman, the sister-in-law of the hostage Elyakim Libman cornered an employee of the aid organization outside its offices in Jerusalem.

Hostage's sister-in-law confronts UNRWA employee

Rami Davidian: A story of Israeli heroism

A talk with Rami Davidian, who saved 750 lives On October 7th.

Rami Davidian: A story of Israeli heroism

Nova massacre survivor:

'If we had hidden, we wouldn't have survived'

Natalie Sanandaji, a survivor of the massacre at the Supernova Music Rave on October 7, tells Arutz Sheva that she speaks out to put a face on the story of that terrible day.

'If we had hidden, we wouldn't have survived'

Festival Chief of Security:

'They knew of a plan to invade during Sukkot'

The chief of security of the Supernova festival claims that a friend of his knew of a plan by Hamas to invade Israeli towns, but was forbidden from passing on the information.

'They knew of a plan to invade during Sukkot'