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'Son of Hamas' Tackles University Antisemitism, Exposes Hamas 'Holy War' to Wipe Out Jews

The son of a co-founder of Hamas is speaking out against the Palestinian terrorist group once again, this time to a pro-Israel anti-disinformation group on the campus of the University of Michigan Tuesday night. 

3 Killed, 6 Wounded in Jerusalem Terror Attack; Gaza Ceasefire Still Extended Another Day

Early morning in Jerusalem, two Palestinian terrorists opened fire at a bus stop, killing three Israelis and injuring six more in a terror attack at the entrance to the city. It is the first major attack in Israel since the October 7th Hamas massacre.

Tiny Christian Nation Facing Genocide Amid Militant Neighbors' Quest for 'Islamic Empire'

While the world focuses on Israel's war against Hamas, an ongoing conflict threatens a tiny Christian nation at the intersection of Europe and Asia. Armenia is facing a potential genocide at the hands of its militant neighbor, Azerbaijan.

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Hamas Rockets Trigger End to Ceasefire as Blinken Pushes Two-State Solution

Rockets fired by Hamas triggered the end to a week-long pause in the Gaza fighting in the early hours of Friday morning. The war restarted after Israel accused the terror group of violating the truce agreement. The renewed fighting now puts the release of the remaining hostages on hold. During the halt in the fighting more than 100 hostages were freed.

Trial Date Set: Court Docs Say VA Election Official 'Altered Election Results' in 2020 Election

Former Prince William County registrar Michele White allegedly "altered election results," during the 2020 election, according to court documents recently obtained by Just the News. 

Religious Liberty at Stake: Fired Philadelphia Assistant DA Takes Case to Appeals Court

A former Philadelphia assistant district attorney has asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit to reverse a lower court decision that allowed her to be terminated for refusing to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.