Arab Israeli Conflict
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Gaza-based Hamas leader who became Palestinian prime minister in 2006. Still viewed by Hamas as PM, despite ongoing rift with Fatah.
The latest flare up in tensions between the two rival Palestinian parties came after Fatah accused Hamas of detaining hundreds of Fatah members in the Gaza Strip in the past two weeks.
The Russian official said that Haniyeh’s visit to Moscow was in the context of Moscow’s effort to end the Hamas-Fatah rift.
Rashid Haniyeh said he lives in the State of Israel and his uncle lives in Gaza - and the Hamas leader's actions "don't interest us."
"We will knock down Trump's decision. No superpower is capable of offering Jerusalem to Israel, there is no Israel that it should have a capital named Jerusalem."
Speaking in Gaza, Haniyeh called on all Palestinian factions, and all Muslim states to unite against the "US declaration of war."
By ADAM RASGON
Hamas chief in the Strip Ismail Haniyeh tells the Palestinian people that talks underway to solve the rift between Hamas and Fatah are really meant to stop Israel from "swallowing up the West Bank."
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA,JPOST.COM STAFF
The statement was released following a meeting led by Haniyeh and the Egyptian Intelligence chief.
Hamas has sought to mend relations with Egypt in the past few months.
Joint List lawmakers blame Israeli prime minister for deaths of three Palestinians in clashes. Protests break out in the Gaza Strip.
By UDI SHAHAM,JPOST.COM STAFF
“We say very clearly that the West Bank will remain a center of the conflict and an address for uprising and resistance in all of its forms.”
Hamas' foreign relations chief, Osama Hamdan, announced news of the upcoming delegation to Tehran.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
With the ascension of Yahya Sinwar, it is now apparent that Hamas's military wing is cementing itself as the dominant force of the movement.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Likud MK seems to suggest that Ismail Haniyeh's life is off limits as part of deal, prompting a staunch denial from the Prime Minister's Office.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
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