The group, Mothers of Combat Soldiers, said every time the secretary of state visits he demands more from Israel.

That’s according to unpublished data from the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino.

After two months, "The New York Times" determined these assaults on women were part of a pattern of Hamas-perpetrated gender-based violence.

“Everywhere around Israel, there is one actor that continues to pull the strings, though its proxies, and this is Iran,” says Albania’s envoy.

The PM also denied "erroneous reports" that the U.S. had prevented Israel from taking action against other hostile entities in the region.

Despite warming relations between Rabat and Jerusalem in recent years, the situation has taken a turn for the worse after Hamas's Oct. 7 massacre.