The Israeli prime minister claimed that total victory would come within weeks once he begins the military offensive in Gaza's southernmost city.
"I can come up with 20 reasons for not writing this or ever publicly voicing my moral anguish."
Israeli strikes across Gaza killed at least 67 Palestinians overnight and into Wednesday, including in areas where civilians have been told to seek refuge.
It's an unusual statement from a member of the royal family, who have to stay apolitical.
Riad Malki told the U.N.'s top court that "2.3 million Palestinians in Gaza, half of them children, are besieged and bombed, killed and maimed, starved and displaced."
Israel walked back its commitment to keep the southernmost city safe and announced forces are preparing for a ground invasion there.
The "Cruel Intentions" star slammed Reps. Cori Bush (D-Mo.) and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) in a viral comment that claimed Islam "destroyed" Muslim countries.
The "Cruel Intentions" star has deleted the remark, which sparked condemnation from the Council on American–Islamic Relations.
Democrats made a stunning turn-around in joining Republicans to cut off future and current funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, the chief aid group helping Gaza.
"Artists for ceasefire. Peace in the world," Lennox shouted at the end of her performance.