The revisions to Hamas’ infamously anti-Semitic and pro-violence founding document is unprecedented evidence that even an extremist organization is capable of change.
Christian civilian aid group World Vision employee was indicted by Israel last year for allegedly diverting aid money to buy weapons and build tunnels.
Eleven others were also arrested, according to Palestinians, including a 20-year-old suspected of throwing an explosive device at a checkpoint.
Don't be fooled by the recent lull, Shin Bet chief Nadav Argaman says, noting the security service has foiled over 400 terror plots.
While seeking funding and real equipment, the women dream of eventually competing abroad.
Recent clash between Israel and Syria follows Assad's new successes ■ Increasing cooperation between Hezbollah and Lebanese army create new threats for Israel.
Both convicts were caught smuggling marijuana, opium and tramadol through tunnels under the border with Egypt, according to a list of their charges.
The owners, however, deny that they produced material that seeks to incite Palestinians against Israelis.
The five men are suspected of placing explosive devices, throwing firebombs at security forces and taking part in shootings; two other militants men were arrested separately.
Hamas is making long-term plans to run Gaza independently despite agreeing to form unity government with PA; Fatah accuses Hamas of establishing a 'shadow government.'