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Up to 70 Palestinian civilians were killed in the incident.
Most analysts contend that Hamas will not lay down its arms, as called for by PA President Mahmoud Abbas as a precondition for assuming control over the enclave.
Although the Comptroller’s Report hit Netanyahu hard, he is definitely not yet down for the count.
During Operation Protective Edge, soldiers of the 7th Armored Brigade exposed Hamas' attack tunnels; 'I could not help but think how a place that should be innocent was turned into a killing factory'
By AVIRAM ZINO
After breaking 72-hour cease-fire Friday, Hamas threatens to hit TA again if its demands are not met.
By HERB KEINON,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Later in the afternoon, Palestinian rockets slammed into two homes in Sderot.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
When he is no longer Mr. Security, Israel’s second-longest-serving prime minister is heading the toughest political battle of his career.
By RON GILRAN
This war leaves many unanswered questions, starting with, “Why is the war different from all other wars?” It isn’t.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
I know it is hard to express compassion for those on the side of the enemy, but without doing that, we lose our humanity.
By GERSHON BASKIN
We must ask ourselves whether “international criminal law” has turned into a political tool.
By G.J. ALEXANDER KNOOPS,EVELYN BELL
Readers respond to The Jerusalem Post's latest articles.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
Although Ban Ki-Moon acknowledges Israel’s right to defend itself and its citizens, he expresses shock at Israel’s use of force.
By ANNA HIATT
Some 250 children were evacuated and most of the remaining adults went with them to safer places in the country.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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