UN Envoy Nickolay Mladenov said that Hamas and Fatah must first solve the crisis in Gaza, and then return PA authority over the Strip
'We Will Not Back Down' Fighting Despair, Family of Israeli Civilian Allegedly Held in Gaza Turns to International Community
Abera Mengistu, an Israeli man with a mental disability, walked into Gaza in 2014. 'Since her son disappeared, her life has become a nightmare,' said Mengistu's brother of his mother
What rationale or logic caused Ariel Sharon, the architect and patron of much of the Israeli settlements beyond the 1949 armistice lines, to reverse course and decide on the disengagement plan?
While disagreements over the Strip's security arrangements remain, the crossing has been opened temporarily for 'humanitarian reasons'
Majid Faraj's meetings with Hamas officials concern PA demands for security control of the Gaza Strip, including border crossings
Since Avera Mengistu crossed into Gaza on foot in 2014, his family has been working to increase international pressure for his release
Test Yourself Israel Raised Its Alert Level Fearing an Islamic Jihad Attack: How Much Do You Know About the Gaza-based Group?
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Israeli defense figures are troubled by the fact that Russia and the U.S. seem unwilling to take genuine measures to kick Iran out of southern Syria
Hamas leaders in Gaza are convinced that now isn’t the time for a direct conflict with Israel - and they have several routes to pressure Islamic Jihad to follow suit, from risking popular antagonism to threatening the loss of privileges they currently enjoy
Wednesday was set to be the reopening of the Strip's main crossing with Egypt, an unlikely event given Hamas and Fatah remain in deadlock over security issues