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The Gaza Strip has endured back-to-back wars and uprisings in recent years, but criminal violence has been relatively rare.
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6 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
Air defense chief Shohat says Israel likely to face tens of thousands of rockets of all types, and drones, from both Gaza and Lebanon.
Nobody has right to ignore "true, murderous actions of regime in Tehran," says Netanyahu, arguing that the international community should "refer to Iran's true policy, not its propaganda."
Cookies, coffee, soap and even hummus - these are just some of the Israeli products one can find on the grocery stores' shelves in Gaza, written in Hebrew just like the ones in the nearby Israeli retail chains.
A high-ranking Iranian military commander has roundly dismissed the recent Israeli allegation that Tehran sought to send missiles to the blockaded Gaza Strip as a dirty psychological operation against the Islamic Republic, Press TV reported.
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Except, that they are expressing their anger through music -without the music itself sounding angry.
Hamas police in the Islamist-ruled Gaza Strip have rounded up dozens of members of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's secular Fatah movement, Fatah said on Saturday.
A captured ship Israel says carried advanced rockets from Iran bound for Gaza militants arrived to port Saturday, where authorities prepared its cargo for a public display Israel hopes will step up pressure on world powers as they negotiate with Tehran over its nuclear program.
The military wing of Hamas said on Saturday evening that a field commander was killed in an "internal explosion" in the Hashashin neighborhood of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, while medical sources said that nine others were wounded.
Egypt deported Friday dozens of women activists, who had flown in to Cairo but been barred from entering the country in their bid to reach the neighboring Gaza Strip, an airport official said.
The capture of the Gaza-bound Iranian arms shipment by the IDF will not go unnoticed in the Islamic Republic, and is likely to strain relations between the moderates and conservatives vying for power in Tehran.