The Israeli Navy intercepted on multiple occasions weapons building material headed to Gaza, the Jerusalem Post reports.
JERUSALEM—The recent Gaza War has proven the impossibility of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian problem, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon declared this week.
JERUSALEM—As an uneasy ceasefire settles over the Gaza Strip, a cascade of anger is coursing through the West Bank and East Jerusalem, raising fears of a third Intifada, or Palestinian uprising.
JERUSALEM—Two Hamas operatives who set off a cycle of violence three months ago that led to more than 2,000 dead Palestinians and the devastation of much of Gaza were cornered and shot dead early Tuesday by Israeli security forces in the West Bank city of Hebron.
The shouts of political prisoners interrogated by Hamas security forces have disrupted classes at a Khan Younis school in the southern Gaza Strip.
JERUSALEM—Hamas has yet to name replacements for key commanders killed in the Gaza war last month, but it has had a lot of other things on its mind.
Comedian Joan Rivers, who passed away last week, received death threats following her pro-Israel comments during Israel’s conflict with Gaza, the Times of Israel reports.
JERUSALEM—In the wake of its 50-day confrontation with Hamas in Gaza, the Israeli army has formed a new elite unit—made up entirely of lawyers.