Arab Israeli Conflict
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By ANNA AHRONHEIM
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
By ALON EINHORN
Six Palestinians were injured, according to Palestinian Health Ministry reports.
Fatah officials in the West Bank on Monday accused supporters of deposed Fatah leader Mohammed Dahlan of helping Hamas in its crackdown on their members.
Hamas: We're confident we'll win again
By JULIA ALTMANN/THE MEDIA LINE
A survey found that if elections were held today, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh would defeat PA President Mahmoud Abbas.
IDF investigating death of east-Jerusalem Palestinian teen shot by troops in West Bank.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
International Criminal Court Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda late Wednesday finally said she is close to a decision on whether to fully criminally probe Israel and Hamas for war crimes.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
Marc Lamont Hill accused Israel of denying “citizenship rights and due process to Palestinians just because they are not Jewish,” and expressed his support for the BDS movement.
Israel's ambassador to the UN, Danny Danon, responded by saying, "A terrorist organization going to the UN for assistance is like a serial killer asking the police for assistance."
Brandishing IDF Glock handgun, Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar warns next round of rockets to target Tel Aviv.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF,REUTERS
Despite the incessant Hamas rockets attacks on Tuesday, the Kerem Shalom border crossing remained open, with dozens of trucks entering Gaza.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Abu Asbah apparently worked in the building and government officials said that he had permits to reside in Israel. A woman was seriously wounded in the rocket attack.
Prof. Suleiman, who was born in the Gaza Strip in 1965, returned from the US to the Gaza Strip two years ago to teach at local universities and colleges.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The PA role in isolating Gaza is often not acknowledged.
IDF fighter planes hit roughly 150 terrorist targets throughout the Gaza Strip as of Tuesday morning, according to the IDF Spokesperson's Office.
“The IDF is determined to fulfill its mission of defending Israeli citizens, and is prepared and ready for a variety of scenarios, as necessary,” the army said in a statement.
"A special force of the IDF operated tonight in an operation of high importance to Israel's security," said Eisenkot.
By YAAKOV KATZ
What was so important that Israel was willing to endanger the ceasefire for it?
What comes out of all of the debates over the last months is that many people want to talk tough, but no one wants a real conflict. Hamas knows that and also doesn’t want a conflict.
“We held serious discussions. It’s a question of alternatives,” he said of the deal.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
"We will no longer accept the fire terror," security cabinet minister says day after Gaza rocket attack.
The top Egyptian official was scheduled to visit Ramallah and the Gaza Strip on Thursday as part of Cairo's effort to avert a military confrontation between Israel and Hamas.
"Israel will not stand by while our people are under attack, and the world must know that,” said Rivlin.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Both Israel and Hamas wanted quiet, they simply couldn’t agree on the terms for such a cessation of hostilities, settling instead of a series of minimal understandings.
The center of the IDF's attacks was a Hamas terrorist attack tunnel in the Khan Yunis area that crossed into Israeli territory, as well as a rear shaft of the tunnel.
By SHERIF ELHELWA/JACOB WIRTSCHAFTER/THE MEDIA LINE
By ZACK EVANS
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