Israel rewarded Hamas' belligerence with concession that could see millions of dollars flow into Gaza. In the West Bank, worrying signs are racking up
Rocket was launched toward Israel's Negev desert, but failed to reach its target, army says
Donald Trump's Middle East envoy tweeted that the long-awaited American peace plan will not include territorial transfer from Egypt's Sinai to the Gaza Strip
According to the IDF Spokesman, the attacks were in response to shooting at Israeli soldiers stationed at the Israel-Gaza border
Senators say Trump's string of mass cuts to various humanitarian relief organizations and withholding of allocated funds 'pushes peace further out of reach'
The deal struck between prisoners and the prison service came just two days before Palestinians commemorate prisoner's day, thwarting violent escalations along the border
Yahya Sinwar's talks with other Palestinian factions indicate that the sides are preparing for a long-term cease-fire after the turmoil of Israel's election
Out of 800 to 900 requests by Gazan Christians to visit Jerusalem and the West Bank for the holiday, only 200 were granted permits - to Jordan
Ismail Haniyeh says prisoner issue was at the top of the agenda in internal discussions over understandings with Israel
Omar al-Bashir’s ousting is good news for Sudan, but very bad news for Hamas. For years, its leaders have mentored, aided and helped arm Hamas. Could Israel end up being the big winner of Sudan's uprising?
The responses to the posts of the group of young people trying to speak out online about their desire to live freely are too hostile to be believable. Are they bots? Salaries employees of an Israeli ministry? Kahane supporters?
Eight more Palestinians reportedly sustained gunshot wounds in clashes east of Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip
Romain Franck admitted that he repeatedly exploited his diplomatic immunity as an employee of the consulate to ferry arms from Gaza to the West Bank in his car
Five lions, five monkeys, four ostriches, three peacocks, two wolves and a hyena departed for 'a better place to live'
Shada Shandghali moved to Gaza two years ago to live with her husband. Now she wants to go back home, but Israel claims she agreed to be subject to the restrictions on movement that apply to other Gazans
Since the envoy was recalled in 2018, the embassy functioned as a representative office, mainly providing consular service
The understanding reached also include easing restrictions on import and export and cutting down the list of items prohibited from entering Gaza
Protests come day after organizing committee behind protests said it would work to prevent mass gatherings along the border in attempt to support Egyptian mediation efforts
In addition to fighting terror, Israel must help Gaza become a normal place, Gantz tells demonstrators, who set up tents in central Tel Aviv
Organizing committee behind weekly border protests says it wishes to support mediation efforts led by Egypt for long-term calm with Israel
Incident comes after Israel and Hamas have already reached understandings to quell tensions after the most recent and volatile flare-up
Promise to ease restrictions on Gaza means Israel has to forego its strategic aspiration to cut the Strip off from the rest of the country
In interview for TheMarker Magazine, Eyal Waldman talks about working with Gazan engineers under bombardment: 'Why wouldn't we give these smart people a chance to work?'
Al-Quds TV, which has ties to Hamas, says 'coming hours will be decisive' ■ Report has not been confirmed by Israel, and similar false claims have been made in the past
'Hamas is not part of the Arab nation,' the Saudi press has often claimed. But Hamas is alive, kicking, and holding two million hostages
The government is prepared to go far to achieve quiet in the south until the April 9 election – but not as far as it'll go on after it
Following 'restrained' border protests on Saturday, Israel permits fishing up to 15 nautical miles from shore, up from nine miles before zone was most recently closed
Reopening the crossings is just a return to the situation before last week's escalation and is 'not significant in terms of citizens or merchants who want access to the outside world'