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Rafah border crucial for visits from international delegation and exiled party head
Abbas is set to ask for state observer status for the Palestinians this Thursday
Delegation discusses Egypt border crossing
Agreement to be implemented within 24 hours
Bomb explodes in Tel Aviv, Egypt fails to broker ceasefire
The Fajr 5 missiles launched at Tel Aviv “have not been delivered from Iran, but their technology has.”
Students from various Egyptian universities march towards the Arab League
Israel confirms it is prepared to launch a ground invasion if necessary
Hamas political bureau head praises Egypt, says Gaza does not want escalation
Fatah and Hamas, the two main Palestinian national factions, have been locked in a bitter dispute for years
Once again as Israeli elections come closer, Israel politically campaigns by attacking Gaza, this time killing the head of Al-Qassam Brigades’ Ahmad Al-Jabari who was a popular and respected figure in the Gaza Strip. By this move that killed three Palestinians, Israel has breached the cease-fire that was sponsored by Egypt. The Zionist state has …
By Nervana Mahmoud Frantic diplomatic efforts are ongoing in Cairo and all the major Palestinian players are involved: Hamas; Khaled Meshaal; Moussa Abu-Marzook; Islamic Jihad; Ramadan Shalah; Fatah; and Nabil Shaath. Israel’s Channel Two television station has announced that an Israeli envoy is also heading to Cairo. That is in addition to the big three …
Israel continues airstrikes and begins broadcasts on Gaza television and radio stations
Leaders urge Egypt to use leverage to de-escalate crisis
Palestinian medics said 38 Gazans have been killed and 345 wounded since Israel launched the aerial campaign on the Palestinian enclave on Wednesday
President Morsy also ordered the foreign ministry to summon the Israeli envoy over the attacks
Hamas said at least eight Palestinians were killed in more than 20 Israeli air strikes on Gaza on Wednesday
Power wielding group directs public gaze outward
Israel armed forces target Hamas military commander Ahmed Al-Jaabari in Gaza
Rocket attacks cannot continue, Israeli officials say
Israel refused all comment on Khartoum’s allegations about the blast
Affirms support for Palestinian unity and UN member status
Monday’s rocket fire followed hot on the heels of two late-night Israeli air strikes which did not cause any injuries
Sudan blames Israel for destroying a military site in Yarmouk, in a move that could tip the region into further tension.
Eid Al-Adha, also called the Feast of Sacrifice or the Greater Bairam, is one of two important religious holidays celebrated by Muslims worldwide.
The escalation began on Tuesday evening when militants fired six rockets at Israel shortly after a high-profile visit to Gaza by Qatari emir.
Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani inaugurates $254 million investment projects amid Israeli criticism
The last time the Palestinians voted was in the general elections of January 2006, which the Islamist Hamas movement won by a landslide.
Despite their ideological closeness, ties between Gaza’s Hamas rulers and Morsy’s Islamist administration have recently been strained following a deadly attack on Egyptian troops in Sinai which prompted Cairo to demolish scores of Gaza smuggling tunnels.
I had asked Shalit if he wanted to speak to me and he gave his consent. I was simply doing my job as a journalist.