Top official of Palestinian militant group, along with other Hamas leaders and security guards leaves Strip through Rafah Crossing on way to Cairo Airport. It is the first time Haniyeh leaves Strip since Egypt's Morsi was ousted.
Little did Israelis know six weeks ago that the man who threatened Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza would soon become defense minister.
Clashes also erupt on Gaza border as Hamas' Haniyeh says fighters found Israeli devices for finding tunnels.
Gaza suffered heavy damage in the confrontation with Israel in the summer of 2014. But now, the Shati camp's houses are covered in vibrant colors.
President Abbas says lack of hope that characterizes the young Palestinian generation fuels violence.
Haaretz's Levy is a generic name for an ideology that Israelis mistakenly classify as left-wing. After all, the right wing also wants one state, writes the opposition leader.
Israeli army cites 'Israeli humanitarian cases' as justification to string of Gaza travel request denials.
Groups, meeting in office of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh, discuss Israeli-Egyptian restrictions on Strip, support for reconciliation government's services, Ma'an reports.
The political leader had not been seen in public since the outbreak of war seven weeks ago.
Hamas still has tunnels under the border into Israel, and despite Israeli claims it's hard to argue that the organization is weaker than before.