Sunday marked 100 days since thousands of heavily armed Hamas fighters stormed through and over the Gaza border fence and launched the Oct. 7 terrorist attack on southern Israel. This is now the longest war between Israel and Palestinians since Israel’s founding 75 years ago. In Israel, families and supporters of the remaining hostages marked the milestone with gatherings at Hostages Square, and protests erupted around the world over the weekend calling for a cease-fire.

Here in Georgia, Josh McKoon, chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, sent an open letter to convey a message of support from himself and the state party. 

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