Yeshiva World News is providing a “readout” on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s phone call today to President Obama to discuss the situation in Israel:

YESHIVA WORLD NEWS: Prime Minister Netanyahu called the President today to provide an update on the situation in Israel and Gaza. The Prime Minister expressed his deep appreciation to the President and the American people for the United States’ investment in the Iron Dome rocket and mortar defense system, which has effectively defeated hundreds of incoming rockets from Gaza and saved countless Israeli lives. The President reiterated U.S. support for Israel’s right to defend itself, and expressed regret over the loss of Israeli and Palestinian civilian lives. The two leaders discussed options for de-escalating the situation. . . . Read More

The video above is a recap from Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) on Day 4 of the “Pillar of Defense” operation against the terrorist rocket attacks coming from Gaza.

Report: Netanyahu Calls President Obama to Update on Israel-Gaza Conflict; Thanks the American People for “Iron Dome” Defense System; IDF Recaps “Pillar of Defense” Day 4 – Video 11/17/12

The strike

The aftermath

Here is raw video from the Israeli Defense Forces (top video) of the airstrike today that killed the top military commander of Hamas, Ahmed Jabri. The strike hit his car as it traveled in Gaza. The second video shows the wreckage of the car.

Israeli Defense Forces Release Raw Video of Airstrike that Killed Top Hamas Commander in Gaza – Video 11/14/12

Here are two videos from the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) showing the Israeli Navy intercepting and boarding the “Rachel Corrie” as it tried to run their blockade of Gaza. The Israelis were able to board the ship without any resistance:

Aerial Footage of IDF Soldiers Boarding the 7th Flotilla Boat without Incident, 5 June 2010

Israeli Navy Soldiers Board Seventh Flotila Ship (Shot From an Adjacent Ship)

IDF Releases Video of Navy Intercepting and Boarding “Rachel Corrie” Without Resistance – Video

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