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Islamic Jihad threatens to target "major cities' in Israel
Were Israel to use Egyptian methods, it would presumably face a wave of global criticism as it does nearly any time it uses force. Why the double-standard?
The Egyptian official received a warm welcome as he arrived at the rally together with Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar.
Senior Hamas official accuses Abbas of evading commitments to reconciliation agreement, as kidnapping of youths intensifies tensions between the factions.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
"Some nations behave as if Israel should roll out the welcome mat for Hamas," says Israel's UN ambassador.
The plan is based around a simple idea: Establish an Israeli desalination plant, built on Israeli land, funded by Saudi Arabia, the Europeans and others, that provides clean water to Gaza.
By MIKE EVANS
By DANIEL J. LEVY
Indeed, many Israelis are critical of some of their nation’s policies. But support for Hamas is anti-Semitic, because Hamas’s policies and actions are based, at their core, on Jew-hatred.
By ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ
UNRWA has never been impartial. Its interest in self-preservation rules out fairness. Its existence hinges on keeping the flames of conflict burning.
By JPost Editorial
There is a growing sense of alienation and anxiety among Jewish communities – a sense of disbelief that so many forces have united against Israel.
By WARREN GOLDSTEIN
If the US rewards Hamas by seeking to “lift the blockade” or provide them with funds without demilitarization, it will be betraying us.
By ISI LEIBLER
Recent history has reminded us that Fatah’s return to rule the Gaza Strip would likely end before it began; notwithstanding the current national unity government, Hamas-Fatah enmity is no secret.
By DAN DIKER
The Hashemite kingdom has cut back on travel permits, residents and rights groups say, leaving Gazans in despair and livelihoods at risk.
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