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Israel Accuses Turkey of Helping to Fund Hamas

The Shin Bet security service on Monday accused Turkey of aiding the Gaza-based Hamas terrorist organization raise and launder funds for its military activities against Israel, following the investigation of a Turkish national and an Arab Israeli citizen who were arrested in January.

A Palestinian supporter of the Islamic Jihad movement attends a protest calling for the release of Palestinians held Israeli prisons on March 31, 2008 at the International Red Cross offices in Gaza City. An Israeli minister today called for direct talks with the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas aimed at securing …

Watch: Israel Foils Attempt to Smuggle Wet Suits Allegedly to Hamas Naval Unit

Israeli officials thwarted an attempt to smuggle wet suits into the Gaza Strip, apparently bound for Hamas’s naval commando unit, the Defense Ministry said Monday, days after an Israeli official warned the terror group was increasingly exploring the possibility of seaborne attacks on Israel.

Hamas naval police show arms as they hold a ceremony for the nine victims who were shot dead during an Israeli raid on Gaza-bound aid ships in the Gaza City port on June 06, 2010, a week after an international aid flotilla was raided by Israeli commandos as the ships …

Palestinian Arrested in Connection with Fire Near Jerusalem

Police arrested a Palestinian man and handed him over to the Shin Bet security service for questioning Wednesday in possible connection with a fire that broke out last week near Nataf, outside Jerusalem, officials said.

A picture taken on November 24, 2016 shows a fire raging in the northern Israeli port city of Haifa. Hundreds of Israelis fled their homes on the outskirts of the country's third city Haifa with others trapped inside as firefighters struggled to control raging bushfires, officials said.

Nuclear Secret Spiller Vanunu Indicted For Israeli TV Interview

The Times of Israel reports: Mordechai Vanunu — who 30 years ago revealed Israel’s nuclear secrets to a British newspaper — was indicted Sunday over an interview that he gave to an Israeli television station last year, in violation of the terms of his release from jail.

Mordechai Vanunu