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Dispute over tunnels could fuel further confrontations between Hamas and Israel

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

GAZA: The next war between Israel and Hamas may be fought underground – in tunnels. Israel says Hamas uses these tunnels to kidnap or attack Israelis while Palestinians say they are used to bring much-needed supplies into the Gaza Strip. 447 more words

Current Affairs

"The good news is that Israel has the capacity to adapt and forge constructive strategies for weakening and dividing our enemies. The bad news is that we insist on obsessing over ourselves"

Liberman’s first challenge
by Caroline B. Glick
May 26, 2016

As the states around us collapse or struggle to survive, our media and our security brass spend the better part of their time telling us that Israeli society is dangerous… 76 more words

Israel & Middle East

BBC News fails to report another Gaza missile attack to English-speakers

At around 11 pm on May 25th missiles were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel with one projectile landing in open ground in the Sha’ar HaNegev district. 210 more words


UN Envoy Politely Asks Hamas Not to Hold Public Executions

After news broke that the terrorist organization Hamas was planning to instate public executions for criminals in the Gaza Strip, the United Nations’ envoy for the Middle East expressed “alarm” and politely requested that Hamas refrain from carrying out the brazen open-air killings. 143 more words


The U.S. is Learning from Israel Again

A few weeks ago, I noted that the UN and the rest of the world owe Israel an apology. Israel was criticized for making use of life-saving methods like knocking on roofs, a tactic that the… 203 more words


Hamas Diverts Most of the Civilian Cement Sent Into Gaza

Hamas is stealing nearly all of the cement Israel sends into Gaza for civilian reconstruction efforts in order to rebuild the organization’s terrorist infrastructure, the Jerusalem Post reports. 122 more words


UN alarmed by Hamas move to hold public executions in Gaza

The UN envoy for the Middle East expressed alarmed on Wednesday after Hamas authorities in the Gaza strip moved to hold public executions, and urged them to change course. 230 more words

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