In his speech to Fatah delegates, the Palestinian president implied that his people should abandon armed struggle and focus on attainable goals. Yet his power doesn't stem from this stance but from his control of funds and jobs.
Despite difficulties to bring goods into Gaza, factory hopes to employ up to 1,000 Palestinians directly or indirectly and keep 3 million bottles in circulation.
Rivals from Fatah claim that Palestinian Authority president Abbas has no idea how to pursue struggle against Israel.
Fires in Israel have been cheered by online comments from Gaza and Arab countries, but many other Palestinians say: These are our trees and lands, so why destroy them?
Atiya Nabahin was shot in the neck by soldiers as he returned home from school. Now he awaits a ruling for compensation.
For 10 years, Israel has prevented a Gaza woman married to an Israeli from entering the country, where her four children live; now that her husband died, the separation seems all the more daunting.
Israeli journalists have been in Syria and Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan, but not in Gaza, an hour’s drive from Tel Aviv.
The Palestinian health ministry says the youth died during clashes on the border; the Israeli military says it is investigating the report.
Two hand grenades were found on the men suspected of infiltrating into Israel.
SIM cards from Israeli providers are sold for cheap and offer more service than Palestinian counterparts, but Hamas feels their presence serves as a risk to morality and security.