The IDF has praised its forces for “successfully” tackling military work in northern Gaza.
Meanwhile, Sacha Baron Cohen has attacked TikTok for encouraging abuse against Jews.
IDF is ‘close to dismantling the military system’ in northern Gaza
Israel’s military says it is close “dismantle the military system” created by Hamas in northern Gaza.
Herzi Halevi, chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), told forces in the enclave that “there remains work to complete,” but praised them for “approach him successfully.”
Sacha Baron Cohen accuses TikTok of “creating the largest anti-Semitic movement since the Nazis”
Actor Sacha Baron Cohen accused TikTok of “creating the largest anti-Semitic movement since the Nazis” as video app fights accusations fomenting an avalanche of abuses against the Jewish people.
Baron Cohen said TikTok was sending images to young users that promoted hate and told TikTok executives: “Shame on you.”
Number 10 does not rule out MPs working over Christmas on Sunak’s laws in Rwanda
Downing Street does not rule out the possibility of parliamentarians working during the Christmas period getting Rishi Sunak’s emergency legislation for Rwanda through Parliament.
The House of Commons is scheduled to rise for its Christmas break on December 19, with MPs returning to work on January 8. But No 10 said he was “prepared to do whatever it takes to ensure we can get this up and running and get the flights off the ground”.
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