Hamas

Hamas is a Palestinian Islamic organization that was established in 1987. Considered a terrorist group, the organization assumed power in the Gaza strip in 2006 and has been in power since. The group has a military wing, known as the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades. The group refuses to acknowledge Israel. Its charter was established on the grounds that Hamas should liberate Palestine from modern-day Israel in order to establish an Islamic state. Hamas has engaged in a number of military confrontations with Israel. Its military wing has employed tactics such as suicide bombings, rocket attacks, kidnapping attempts, and tunnel infiltrations against Israeli soldiers and civilians.
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Ahead of Palestinian elections, Abbas stays wary of rivals Dahlan, Hamas

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Bat Galim Shaer

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Rockets

IDF strikes Hamas tunnel workshops after 2 rockets fired toward Israel

Rocket sirens were not activated because the rockets fell in open areas.

ABBAS CONFERS with senior Fatah official Mahmoud Aloul (right) during a ceremony marking the anniver

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Capitol riot underscores the shared values of Americans and Israelis

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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends a virtual meeting with Palestinian factions over Israel

Palestinian factions to meet in Cairo to prepare for general elections

It is not clear whether Abbas would present his candidacy in the upcoming presidential election.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends a virtual meeting with Palestinian factions over Israel

Palestinian women: Increase in Council representation not enough

President Mahmoud Abbas amends election law, raising quota for women in Palestinian Authority legislature to 26%, not the promised 30%.

By DIMA ABUMARIA/ THE MEDIA LINE
15/01/2021

Shots fired at IDF forces on Gaza border

Maariv journalist Tal Lev Ram explained on 103FM that this is part of an ongoing process along the border.

13/01/2021

Abbas rival oversees UAE medical aid to Gaza

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