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Has the hostage rescue operation changed anything?

“Israel Undiplomatic” with Ruthie Blum and Mark Regev, Ep. 6

Did the stunning Israeli operation that rescued four hostages from Hamas captivity in Gaza change the trajectory of the war against the terrorist organization? Has it unified Israelis around Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu?

Should this affect whether the Israeli government should consider hostages-for-ceasefire deals being offered by U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, U.S. President Joe Biden or Hamas?

JNS senior contributing editor Ruthie Blum and Mark Regev, former Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom, cover the heroic rescue operation, hostage talks and incessant Hezbollah attacks in the north.

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