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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.
The fiery rhetoric of the Hamas officials stands in sharp contrast to assessments that the movement is not too keen on engaging in another war with Israel.
A government that doesn't defend its citizens has no right to exist, minister says, saying Abbas is a terrorist and no different from Arafat.
Netanyahu told reporters Wednesday that due to "Israel's system of government," ministers who criticize his management of the government would face little recourse.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Family of slain American-Israeli soldier Max Steinberg visits Jerusalem holy site for first time since arriving in Israel to bury their son.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JTA
The ‘Post’ spends a day with the soldiers of the Desert Blaze Battalion, as they prepare to defend the Gaza periphery from attack by Hamas
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Of total sum, only $100 million or so has been received, according to UN and other officials.
Three people lightly injured from glass shards after rocket lands in building parking lot; 17 people treated for shock.
IDF returns fire at source of 4th projectile fired from Lebanon in the past week; rocket sirens continue to sound in South.
When Chief Warrant Officer Kasahun Baynesian was killed on July 17 in Gaza, he left behind 3 kids and a nine-month pregnant wife.
“I am here to thank you in the names of hundreds of thousands of Israeli citizens," president tells soldiers on the front lines.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Levitas, who made aliya from Uzbekistan at age 1 and resided in Jerusalem and Geshur, was killed by Hamas sniper fire Tuesday.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Spokesman for Elkin says MK is concerned because leaking sensitive information from committee, whose meetings are classified, harms national security.
By LAHAV HARKOV
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