State Comptroller Joseph Shapira is poised to say that Netanyahu did not sufficiently stress Hamas’ tunnel threat, but the prime minister will strive to keep details from getting out.
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.
Rivals from Fatah claim that Palestinian Authority president Abbas has no idea how to pursue struggle against Israel.
Morsi was one of 22 high-ranking Muslim Brotherhood officials and supporters convicted last year of spying for fellow-Islamist group Hamas.
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.
'As a combat soldier he was expected to do more than he did,' says former general.
Military appeals court overturns release of Faiz Mahmoud Ahmed Sherari, suspected of aiding Hamas.
Hamas says it has detected a change in Egypt’s attitude to Gaza, taking it as Egyptian gesture toward Dahlan, aimed at pressuring Abbas.
A Lebanese-born man was arrested over security-related offenses, but military judge rules his confession to Shin Bet was given under duress and released him from custody.
Palestinians have been split into two political entities since 2007, when following an election Fatah remained in control in the West Bank and Hamas seized control of Gaza.