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Topic - Idf
More than 30,000 Israelis came out Wednesday to pay respects to an American-Israeli dual national who died fighting Hamas militants in Gaza over the weekend.
Earlier this week, an estimated 20,000 Israelis gathered in Haifa for the funeral of a 21-year-old from South Padre Island, Texas, who had come to Israel, joined the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), and died in fierce fighting in Gaza.
Israeli's military on Tuesday shot a Tamuz missile into Syria, destroying a post in retaliation for what it said was three consecutive nights of firing from Syria.