Today’s suggested actions to support Israel in your local community:

  • Urge your Members of Congress to vote yes to two security assistance bills that will provide Israel with critical aid for life-saving missile defense systems, including Iron Dome, by calling their offices and signing our joint action alert with AIPAC.
  • Post our important calls to action on social media using the #CallForIsrael toolkits for the House and Senate.
  • Watch this video clip of Hamas officials vowing to destroy Israel and murder Jews around the globe, as a reminder of the intent of this terrorist organization.
  • Read this Wall Street Journal editorial on the IDF’s progress in Gaza, and the necessity of time in order to achieve its victory.
  • Read and share the story of 21-year-old Joshua Mollel, a young man from Tanzania who dreamed of building a successful agribusiness company in his home country. He was living in Israel and working on the Nahal Oz dairy farm on October 7 in order to learn farming and bring the knowledge back to his community. Described as polite and obedient, Joshua was the oldest of five children. Joshua was murdered by Hamas terrorists and confirmed dead on December 13. His body is still being held in Gaza by Hamas.

The Hamas terror stronghold of Khan Younis in southern Gaza has been the site of the war’s heaviest fighting in recent weeks. Dozens of terrorists, including high-ranking commanders, have been killed in targeted airstrikes and close-quarters combat. The IDF continues to uncover tunnels, weapons stores and other munitions aimed at killing Israelis. Military analysts have said that defeating Hamas in southern Gaza is key to defeating the terrorist organization and to removing its threat to Israel and the greater region.


  • The IDF has dismantled hundreds of Hamas posts in Khan Younis including a military intelligence building, tunnel shafts, launch pads for firing rockets, a rocket manufacturing facility, communications posts and offices of many senior officials.
  • Over the weekend, IDF troops raided the main headquarters of Hamas’s Khan Younis Brigade, used by the terror group for training ahead of October 7. The complex, known as the Al-Qadsia Outpost, also housed the office of Muhammad Sinwar, a senior Hamas military commander and the brother of the terror group’s leader in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar. The outpost included a training ground of model targets (including mock entrances to Israeli communities), IDF bases, and military vehicles, all of which were used by Hamas to simulate and prepare for the October 7 massacres.
  • IDF discoveries in Khan Younis continue to reveal Hamas’s strategy of hiding behind human shields. The IDF uncovered an extensive tunnel system where Israeli hostages were held that was built under civilian infrastructure. Hamas terrorists continue to operate from and around Nasser and Al-Amal hospitals and launched a rocket from within Nasser Hospital. Terrorist infrastructure and weapons have been uncovered in the vicinity of schools and mosques, and Hamas terrorists have been found hiding within civilian shelters.
  • The IDF established a humanitarian corridor from the city that was used by 120,000 Palestinians to evacuate to safer areas. The IDF identified 500 terror suspects hiding within the civilian population who were handed over for questioning. Field hospitals donated by Jordan and the UAE are operating in Khan Younis.
  • Yesterday Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, “We will not stop the war without achieving this goal of total victory, which will restore security to both the south and the north.”

The Community Mobilization Center is monitoring major developments in Israel and North America related to Israel’s war against Hamas. The Community Mobilization Center will rapidly disseminate resources to help mobilize and support our local communities as they build and sustain civic and political support for Israel in this conflict. The work of the Community Mobilization Center will continue as long as it takes Israel to eradicate the terrorist threat and restore security to the country.