The Trump administration announced on Wednesday a slate of new sanctions on an Iranian-backed terror organization and its top allies in the Hamas movement, according to an announcement that is being viewed as part of an effort to disrupt the Islamic Republic’s terror networks operating on the border of Israel.
Senior Hamas official Imad al-Alami is in critical condition after he accidentally shot himself in the head on Tuesday while inspecting his weapon, according to the group’s spokesperson, Fawzi Barhoum.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) responded Friday to violent protests by Palestinians over the Trump administration’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, saying the U.S. will not accept a “rioter’s veto” over its policy decisions.
Israel’s government waged financial warfare on terror groups like Hamas and Hezbollah, which became a model for most states battling terrorism today, according to members of a once secret Israeli task force called Harpoon.
Israeli officials on Wednesday showed the United Nations secretary-general why the threat from Palestinian terrorists along the Israel-Gaza Strip border cannot be overlooked.
The new leader of Hamas said Monday the Palestinian terrorist group has repaired relations with Iran after several years of strain and will use restored military and financial aid to face down hostilities with Israel.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas issued a broad decree against expression harmful to “national unity” that authorities have used to target dissenters.
House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce rejected a declaration by U.S. designated terrorist group Hamas that it planned to soften its stance toward Israel in a new policy manifesto expected Monday.