British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak landed in Israel for meetings with Israel’s senior leaders this morning. The Prime Minister expressed his support for Israel and its right to self-defense. He also met with families of some of the 203 verified Israeli hostages being held by Hamas.

Following President Biden’s visit to Israel yesterday, Israel and Egypt have agreed to allow 20 trucks of humanitarian supplies into southern Gaza through Egypt. Israel stipulated that the humanitarian aid go only to civilians and not to Hamas terrorists. Israel will also leave its Gaza-crossings closed until the Israeli hostages are returned home.

Israel continues to strike Hamas targets in Gaza from the air. Last night specifically, Israel eliminated two senior Hamas commanders. On the northern front, Israel struck numerous Hizballah observation posts along the Lebanese-Israeli border overnight. This morning, Hizballah shot two anti-tank missiles at Israel. Six more missiles this afternoon triggered sirens in the western Galilee. Thankfully, no one was injured. The IDF said that it had identified the rockets’ launch sites in southern Lebanon and is striking back.

During an operation overnight in Samaria, terrorists shot and threw explosives at Israeli forces. The IDF used an unspecified aircraft to strike back at the terrorists. One Israeli soldier was injured by shrapnel.

Please continue to pray for protection over Israeli soldiers and civilians and for healing for the injured, including the soldier injured last night. Please pray for wisdom for Israel’s leaders. Lastly, please pray for continued international support for Israel and for people to awaken to the truth about Israel.

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