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Palestinian women take part in a rally of Hamas supporters to commemorate the 27th anniversary of the Islamist movements creation and to ask for the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip on December 12, 2014 in Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip.

Hamas Forces Block Women from Attending Soccer Match

Police blocked dozens of women from attending a soccer match Sunday in the Gaza Strip, in what activists said they hoped would have been the first such permission under Hamas’ rule.

Ismail Haniyeh

New Hamas Leader Vows ‘Liberation of Jerusalem’ in Extremist Speech

Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh on Wednesday, in his first speech as head of the terror group’s political bureau, hailed an era of new relations with Cairo that would ease the blockade of Gaza, and made clear that Hamas has not changed its goal of liberating all of historic Palestine.

An Israel soldier prepares to launch an Israeli army's Skylark I unmanned drone aircraft, which is used for monitoring purposes on July 14, 2014 at an army deployment area near Israel's border with the Gaza Strip.

Palestinian Sentenced for Hacking into Israeli Drones

A court in Israel on Thursday sentenced a Palestinian computer engineer from Gaza to nine years in prison for hacking into Israeli drones for the terror group Islamic Jihad, the Justice Ministry said.

A Palestinian paramedic wheels a wounded man into the emergency ward of a hospital in the northern West Bank city of Nablus, following a shooting spree by Jewish settlers on Palestinian villagers in the nearby village of Ourif on April 24, 2009. Israeli settlers opened fire and wounded seven Palestinians, …

NGO Slams Hamas’ Obfuscation Of Data On Suicides

TEL AVIV – A 24-year-old Palestinian man has been fighting for his life at a Khan Younis hospital, south of Gaza City, after he tried to kill himself by drinking pesticides and other chemicals.

Palestinian boys stand on a flooded street after heavy rain in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on October 7, 2015.

‘Gaza Sewage Crisis A Ticking Timebomb For Israel’

The Jerusalem Post reports: Gaza could be a ticking timebomb of disease for the region if a serious sewage issue is not fixed, an Israeli environmental group warned on Thursday. Gidon Bromberg, founder and Israel director of EcoPeace, told the Jerusalem