Israeli forces arrested 64 leaders of the Hamas-led Palestinian government and 23 members of other factions Thursday, days after Palestinians abducted an Israeli soldier and Israelis launched a retaliatory attack on Gaza.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Israeli troops attacked parts of Gaza in response to the Palestinian abduction of an Israeli soldier. After destroying three Palestinian bridges, forces crossed into Gaza for the first time since the Israeli withdrawal 10 months ago.
In the wake of violent confrontations between security forces loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and members of the militant Hamas group, Palestinian leaders on Monday chose to table a decision on whether to pass a controversial referendum recognizing Israel's…
By PBS NewsHour
The Israeli Army reopened the Gaza Strip's Jewish settlements area Friday.
Israel killed 12 Palestinians in southern Gaza Thursday in retaliation for back-to-back ambushes this week that left 11 Israeli soldiers dead.
Israeli warplanes and helicopters attacked targets in the Gaza Strip in separate strikes on Monday, reportedly killing 11 Palestinians, including two members of the militant group Hamas. The raids reportedly wounded some 90 others.
Israeli forces dispatched to destroy tunnels used to smuggle weapons raided a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip Friday, killing at least seven Palestinians and wounding up to 55.
After the official release of the U.S.-backed "road map" to peace in the Middle East, at least 10 Palestinians were killed and some 65 wounded during a gun battle after Israeli troops swept into the Gaza Strip in a search…
Israel stepped up its incursion into Palestinian-controlled territory Monday as Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon announced his country's military is "preparing massive activity" against the Hamas militant group in the Gaza Strip.
In a further move to crack down on Palestinians, Israeli bulldozers and tanks damaged the runway of the Palestinian airport today in the Gaza Strip.
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