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U.S. Raids Iranian Proxy Stations in Eastern Syria, Killing 6 Militants

A senior U.S. defense official informed Fox News that a minimum of 6 Iranian proxy fighters were killed in the U.S.’s strikes on Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) stations in the Middle East over the weekend. These IRGC stations were located in the Syrian cities of Abu Kamal and Mayadin, as stated by Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin. The buildings, reported to be a safe house and a training facility, were actually functioning as a headquarters, according to a senior defense source.

The U.S. official said that secondary explosions were observed at one of the locations, indicating a large quantity of flammable ammunition or weapons in the facility. Referring to the previous two strikes against Iran-backed targets, the official mentioned that the latest strike would have more substantial consequences compared to past strikes.

Austin emphasized that the airstrikes were a response to the continuous attacks against U.S. personnel in Iraq and Syria. “The President has no higher priority than the safety of U.S. personnel, and he directed today’s action to make clear that the United States will defend itself, its personnel, and its interests,” Austin’s statement read. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

Merchant on Amazon Sparks Controversy with Pro-Palestinian ‘River to the Sea’ Merchandise

Amazon sellers have come under scrutiny for selling a range of merchandise featuring the pro-Palestinian phrase “from the river to the sea,” which individuals perceive as an antisemitic battle cry. The merchandise emblazoned with “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free” includes face masks, t-shirts, banners, flags, stickers, pins, and notepads. Amazon did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

Florida Congressman Condemns Antisemitic Outburst in Miami

Rep. Carlos Gimenez, R-Fla., condemned a video showing a woman making an antisemitic outburst during a pro-Hitler demonstration in Miami. The video, shared by StopAntisemitism, captures a woman with a stroller shouting that Hitler should have “finished the job” in the presence of children. Gimenez promptly condemned the video and called the woman a “hateful individual,” reaffirming Miami’s pro-Israel stance. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

Media Company Hearst Imposes Restrictions on Controversial Statements

Hearst, the parent company of Esquire, Cosmopolitan, and Town & Country, has issued a directive to its employees to exercise caution with “controversial” statements after a senior fashion editor commented on the Israel-Hamas war. An internal document called for employees to consider the impact of controversial statements on Hearst’s reputation. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

Watchdog Group Exposes Alarming Antisemitism by Professionals

Liora Rez, founder of StopAntisemitism, expressed shock at the antisemitism being expressed by prominent members of society, including doctors, nurses, and professors. Rez highlighted the alarming reports of anti-Jewish conduct following the invasion of Israel by Hamas terrorists. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

Over 100,000 People Attend Rally Against Rising Antisemitism in Paris

More than 100,000 people gathered in Paris to protest the surge in antisemitism following the recent attacks by Hamas-led terrorists in Israel. The French Interior Ministry reported a sharp increase in antisemitic acts since October 7, as elected officials raised awareness and condemned these hateful acts. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

U.S. Retaliates With Airstrikes on Iranian Proxy Facilities in Eastern Syria

In response to the recent attacks on U.S. bases, the U.S. military conducted precision strikes on two facilities in eastern Syria operated by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Iranian-affiliated groups. This marked the third set of retaliatory attacks against Iranian proxies by the U.S. since October 27, with Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin reinforcing the U.S.’s commitment to defending its personnel and interests. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

Senior EU Official Calls for the Release of Hostages Amid Humanitarian Crisis

As a humanitarian crisis unfolds in Gaza, Senior European Union official Josep Borrell Fontelles called for immediate pauses in hostilities and humanitarian corridors to allow aid to reach the Gaza population. Fontelles urged Hamas to release all hostages and accused the group of using civilians as “human shields.” (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

Special Operations Personnel Killed in Mediterranean Aircraft Crash

Five U.S. service members were killed in an aircraft crash whilst on a routine refueling mission in the Mediterranean Sea. The aircraft, a spec ops Black Hawk helicopter, suffered a mishap and crashed. President Biden extended his condolences to the families and underscored the bravery and sacrifice of service members. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)

Former Israeli Ambassador Rejects Calls for Ceasefire Amid Israel-Hamas Conflict

Former Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren strongly refuted calls for a ceasefire amid escalating violence in the Israel-Hamas conflict. Oren emphasized that a ceasefire would mean “death” and criticized international interference, advocating for Israel’s right to defend itself. (Byline: Andrea Vacchiano)


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