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Conditions in the Hamas-ruled enclave are driving many to leave for other countries
The report was published in a Telegram account related to Hamas.
"This exhibition is a true reflection of the situation in Gaza," al-Jabali told MEMO.
An initial Shin Bet investigation indicated that the explosives were sent by Hamas and that the group was planning to carry out terror attacks in Israel in the near future.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
A “perfect storm” of events could make life in Gaza unsustainable.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
I imagine some readers might react negatively to the mere idea, since I’m talking about Gaza and the United Nations, two contentious topics for many Jews both in Israel and the US.
By AHMED ALKHATIB
Gaza’s current electricity infrastructure has the ability to provide for only less than half of the strip’s electricity needs.
By ADAM RASGON
In a letter handed to contractors at a meeting in Gaza, the NGO said its bank accounts in Jerusalem had been frozen by Israeli authorities and it was no longer able to transfer money to Gaza.
Israeli statisticians bemoan "inflated" Palestinian figures, which suggest Arabs outnumber Jews across Israel and the Palestinian territories.
By ZACK PYZER
Last week, UN special coordinator for the Middle East peace process Nickolay Mladenov urged donors to step up to the plate to help rebuild Gaza.
The landlords of the destroyed homes gathered Sunday morning outside the building of the Ministry of Public Works and Housing.
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
Muhammed Abu Asi, a vendor whose sea-side stand provides food and refreshment to Gaza's beach-goers, was rushed to ER after purposefully swallowing poison.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
UNRWA director: "We are very concerned about the impact of the long-term blockade on health facilities, supplies of medicines and bringing equipment in to Gaza."
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