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Yftach Gepner points out bullet holes in the electronic gate at the entryway to Ein Habesor in Israel that Hamas terrorists tried to breach on Oct 7. Gepner’s brother was shot and seriously injured during the assault. Ein Habesor, about three miles from Gaza, provides about 60 percent of Israel’s produce. Much of the crops were spoiled when residents were evacuated due to Hamas' attacks in the area. As of March 2024, only around half of residents had returned to the community. (Cheryl Chumley/The Washington Times)

Yftach Gepner points out bullet holes in the electronic gate at the entryway to Ein Habesor in Israel that Hamas terrorists tried to breach on Oct 7. Gepner’s brother was shot and seriously injured during the assault. Ein Habesor, about three miles from Gaza, provides about 60 percent of Israel’s produce. Much of the crops were spoiled when residents were evacuated due to Hamas' attacks in the area. As of March 2024, only around half of residents had returned to the community. (Cheryl Chumley/The Washington Times)

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