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Militants had fired more than 150 rockets at Israel since the start of the month
Body was transferred through the Karam Salem crossing
Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls Israeli construction in East Jerusalem and West Bank “a threat to security and stability”
The military and foreign ministry in Israel, which has long accused Khartoum of serving as a base for militants from the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, refused to comment.
Waving dozens of Palestinian flags and banners in English and Arabic reading “Boycott occupation and its products” they pushed their way into the shop where they shouted slogans.
The escalation began on Tuesday evening when militants fired six rockets at Israel shortly after a high-profile visit to Gaza by Qatari emir.
Noam Chomsky speaks at AUC
Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani inaugurates $254 million investment projects amid Israeli criticism
Activists are expected to be deported to their home countries
The first strike hit north of Beit Hanun, critically wounding four Qassam Brigades militants, one of whom later died of his injuries, medics and the militant group said.
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.
President Mohamed Morsy voiced hope of strengthening the “cordial relationship” between Egypt and Israel.
Israel maintains Gaza blockade in face of international condemnation.
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.
France opened a murder inquiry in late August after Arafat’s family launched legal action following reports he may have died from radioactive polonium near Paris in 2004.
The dissolution of the Knesset was approved by 100 votes to none.
The armed wings of Gaza’s ruling Hamas movement and the Islamic Jihad group announced Monday they had fired a series of rockets at Israel, a day after an Israeli air strike that injured 10 people
On the 39th anniversary of the 1973 War, Morsy gives long speech and defends his 100 day programme
Presidential spokesman confirms there is no plan for a free trade agreement with Gaza
Netanyahu and Obama stress their “shared goal” to stop Iran getting a nuclear bomb
“We call on all Muslim, Arab and Palestinian media not to broadcast this game if Shalit attends,” Hamas spokesman said
Navy kills a Palestinian fisherman, wounds another in Gaza
Israeli PM to set ‘red line’ on Iran at UN
An agreement on some strategic foundations is necessary for any country going through a democratic transition. It is unreasonable for any winning party in any country to turn against the policies of its predecessor, especially in terms of foreign policy. A major change in a country’s strategic focus means there has been a major change …
Eltahawy arrested after defacing controversial advert in the New York subway
Gaza and West Bank borders closed for Yom Kippur but humanitarian and medical emergency services will be allowed through.
Iranian leaders speak out on war with Israel ahead of UN General Assembly meeting
Tony Blair sponsors talks which could solve Palestinian Authority’s financial problems
Jewish settlers should leave West Bank or accept Palestinian Authority government
Pro-Palestine solidarity activists launch freedom bus to tour West Bank