Cairo said to urge Ramallah to hold off on punitive measures amid fears of collapse in reconciliation efforts, while Hamas says ISIS-led cell to blame for attack
Trump envoy Greenblatt responds after Abbas calls U.S. ambassador 'son of a dog, settler' ■ David Friedman suggests Abbas' remarks against him were anti-Semitic
U.S. ambassador to Israel suggests Abbas' remarks against him were anti-Semitic ■ Palestinian president blames Hamas for attempt on PM's life, while Gaza group rips Abbas for dealing death blow to Palestinian unity
Tuesday's unprecedented attack on Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah in Gaza reflects the continued enmity between Hamas and the PA, even if the attack was the work of disgruntled Hamas security personnel acting independently
Since 2013, Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah has long been regarded as a moderate and is familiar with tragedy, having lost three children in a car accident in 2000
According to security sources, settlers burned tires, threw rocks, and poured oil on access routes during the evacuation
Sources in Gaza and Cairo said Hamas and Egypt are trying to find a way to advance the reconciliation deal with the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority
EU foreign policy chief says investing in UN agency that assists Palestinian refugees 'is also investing in our collective regional security'
The ongoing crisis between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority could lead Hamas’ chief to launch an offensive against Israel
Visiting Gaza, Palestinian PM Hamdallah thanked Hamas for maintaining security in the Strip and said 'Palestinian reconciliation is our choice to save Jerusalem'