The Hamas government in the Gaza Strip is threatening to shutter five Christian schools for allowing boys and girls to study in the same classroom, according to reports.
A group affiliated with a U.N. relief agency that has been accused of supporting anti-Israel views will host a 5K event to benefit the Gaza Strip — which is currently governed by terror group Hamas — next month.
For about $27, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip can have Kentucky Fried Chicken smuggled through an illicit underground smuggling tunnel connected to Egypt, according to reports.
Anti-Israel activists are preparing to launch another flotilla aimed at breaching Israel’s naval blockade of the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip three years after a similar endeavor led to a deadly encounter with Israeli soldiers.
The New York Times fails again in another episode of attempting to negate the presence of terrorists in the Gaza Strip. Reporter David Carr claims that two senior Hamas terrorists killed last week in precision Israeli airstrikes were in fact journalists.
A delegation of House Democrats is urging President Barack Obama’s administration to extend an exemption on Iran sanctions—a move that could allow certain groups linked to terrorism to benefit from American philanthropic donations, experts say.
After a sizable delegation of pro-Israel rabbis deserted Team Obama, the president’s reelection campaign sought the support of more than 200 far-left religious leaders associated with the fringe group J Street, a liberal lobbying outfit known for criticizing Israel.