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“In this crazy world, here is me hoping my daughter is dead.”

THOMAS HAND, a resident of Be’eri kibbutz in Israel, recounting to CNN his sense of relief upon learning that his 8-year-old daughter Emily had been killed by Hamas terrorists rather than kidnapped as he had feared.

“If they’re ashamed of what they’ve done, they should apologize and we’ll take their names down.”

Accuracy in Media President ADAM GUILLETTE, whose organization drove a “doxxing truck” around the campus of Harvard University displaying the names and photos of Harvard student leaders who endorsed a letter blaming Israel for Hamas’ violent Oct. 7 attack on the country.

“I’ll use the tape—if I have to buy it myself, I will.”

Philadelphia Flyers hockey center SCOTT LAUGHTON, saying he would defy a new NHL ban on players using colorful “Pride” tape during games.

“When the first earthquake hit, people thought it was an explosion, and they ran into their homes.”

SIDDIG IBRAHIM, chief of the UNICEF field office in Herat province, Afghanistan, on the series of earthquakes that killed at least 2,000 people, mainly women and children, in the region between Oct. 7 and 15.


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