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Fatah, Hamas call for ‘day of rage’ in the West Bank today to protest Israeli ‘crimes’
The latest wave of attacks has included shootings, but there are other attempted attacks that take place in the background, and have continued to take place over the years, often hidden from view.
Moscow hosts Hamas and Fatah members amid ongoing efforts to forge Palestinian unity and ahead of the roll-out of the Trump administration's peace plan
A number of Hamas, Fatah and other Palestinian officials on Friday visited Abu Naim’s hospital bedside.
By ADAM RASGON
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.
By CHARLES BYBELEZER/THE MEDIA LINE
While Hamas and Fatah have said they want to reunite the Palestinian territories, they have to overcome a number of obstacles to do that.
Abbas has pledged there would be "one authority, one law, one administration, one weapon," but Hamas says it won't surrender arms.
Saudi news site Elaph reported that Director of Egyptian General Intelligence Directorate Major General Khaled Fawzy met with Israeli officials to discuss the Hamas-Fatah talks.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Palestinian leader says he will not accept a recreation of "the Hezbollah model" in the Gaza Strip.
“Hamas is trying to gain international legitimacy, without accepting Israel’s right to exist, without disarming and without accepting the Quartet principles.”
By HERB KEINON
It is hard to see any way the PA can govern the Strip in a sustained way while Hamas retains the military power it refuses to relinquish.
By BEN LYNFIELD
The visit is part of a historic bid to work on ending the territorial division between the West Bank and Gaza.
Hamas opted for reconciliation with Western-backed Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah because it is short of funds and friends.
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