Gaza Health Ministry says 40 sustain wounds from live gunfire ■ Israeli army says protesters hurled Molotov cocktails at border, prompting forces to use riot dispersal means ■ Hamas official calls on Gazans to keep demonstrating
Understanding, approved by all minister but Bennett and Shaked, includes six phases to be implemented gradually
The IDF said it was apparently an accident ■ 40-year-old woman succumbs to head wound ■ Driver turns himself in after initially fleeing the scene of the accident, Palestinian source says
Schools' opening had been in doubt after the UN agency said it lacked funds to pay the 22,000 teachers in its educational network in Gaza, the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Jordan and Syria
According to the Al-Hayat newspaper, Maj. Gen. Abbas Kamel was in Tel Aviv to 'discuss the final details of an integrated agreement that included Israel's approval of the truce'
Emerging agreement would also involve Qatari funding for electricity in Gaza and Qatari payment of Hamas officials' salaries, according to Hezbollah-affiliated news outlet
PA president calls on Arab leaders in Israel to moderate Palestinian nationalist discourse so as not to serve Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's interests, says Jews and Arabs need to deepen cooperation against nation-state law
Egyptians making great efforts to involve PA in talks on long-term truce with Israel and avoid a situation in which Hamas and Israel agree on a truce without the PA’s involvement, a Hamas official told Haaretz
In recent years, Arab-Israeli society has shown indifference to protests and lack of faith in its leadership. But the nation-state law was a slap in their face
Hamas on Israel Mulling Targeted Assassinations: 'Israel's Threats Don’t Even Scare Palestinian Children'
Haaretz reported Sunday that Israel had been preparing to kill senior Hamas officials
Israeli-Arab Leaders Consider Tel Aviv Rally a Success, Though Debate Over Palestinian Flags Rages On
'The spectacular scene yesterday allowed Netanyahu to begin unbridled incitement,' chairman committee wrote. Arabs divided over question of Palestinian flags
Protesters waving Palestinian and Israeli flags, chanting: 'Nation-state is apartheid' ■ Netanyahu: There is no better testimony for the necessity of the law'
Israeli military says it struck a terrorist cell that launched firebombs from northern Gaza ■ Since Friday, three Gazans were killed in border clashes ■ One wounded by gunfire as Hamas flotilla tries to cross naval blockade
Israeli officials: Chance of major Gaza operation low ■ Israel hits 150 Gaza targets ■ Three Gazans said killed, including pregnant woman and child ■ Woman severely wounded in Israel
Palestinian medic dies after sustaining serious gunshot wound to the head, Gaza's Health Ministry reports. Committee leading demonstrations began calling on Gazans to join in protests before cease-fire had been declared
After years of scarce political engagement, the Arab Israeli community is showing signs of waking up and is applying pressure on its political leadership and parties over the passage of the new nation-state law
According to an Egyptian source, Cairo is continuing its communication with various actors to prevent further flare-ups between Israel and Gaza
Third fatality in Strip was member of Hamas military wing, Gaza Health Ministry reports
More than 180 rockets fired at Israel in major escalation ■ Officer says Israel nears wider Gaza campaign ■ Military reinforcements sent to the south
Hamas delegation in Egypt to continue talks on inner-Palestinian reconciliation and the emerging deal with Israel ■ Haniyeh: 'We can handle' the 'dangerous plot against the Palestinian people if we unite'