Artist Ai Weiwei says Gaza key part of refugee crisis

Artist Ai Weiwei says Gaza key part of refugee crisis

The Gaza Strip is home to more than 1.7 million people, over 1.25 million of whom are refugees, according to the United Nations.

Israel targets Hamas sites in Gaza after rocket fire: Army

Israel targets Hamas sites in Gaza after rocket fire: Army

Israeli aircraft targeted two Hamas sites in southern Gaza early Saturday in response to a cross-border rocket attack, the army said, as tensions along the Palestinian territory`s border simmered. 

Israel blocks off Gaza Strip and West Bank for Passover

Israel has announced the closure of all points of entry between the occupied West Bank, the Gaza strip, and Israeli territory today and tomorrow for the Jewish holiday of Passover.

Israel says finds tunnel from Gaza into Israeli territory

The tunnels toward Egypt are generally used for smuggling into and out of the Gaza Strip.

Five militants killed by army in Egypt

Five militants were killed in an exchange of fire with Egyptian army in the restive North Sinai province, army said today.

Gaza tunnel collapse kills two Hamas militants, say reports

The collapse of a tunnel in the Gaza Strip has killed two militants from Hamas's armed wing, officials said today, as concern grows in Israel over the rebuilding of tunnels that
can be used for attacks.

8 Hamas men missing after Gaza tunnel collapse: Security

Eight members of the Palestinian militant group Hamas were missing on Wednesday after the collapse of a tunnel in the Gaza Strip caused by rain and flooding, a security source said.

Rocket fired from Gaza hits Israel: Army

A rocket fired by militants in the Palestinian Gaza Strip enclave hit southern Israel on Sunday without causing casualties or damage, the Israeli Army said.

Israeli air raid in Gaza Strip kills one, wounds three

An Israeli air raid on Wednesday in the northern Gaza Strip targeting alleged militants killed one Palestinian and wounded three others, the Israeli army and a Palestinian official said.

Gaza journalist says he was tortured in Hamas jail

Palestinian journalist Ayman al-Aloul frequently writes about the hardships of life in the Gaza Strip, and is one of the few voices willing to publicly criticize the rule of the Islamic Hamas movement.

Gaza journalist says he was tortured in Hamas jail

Palestinian journalist Ayman al-Aloul frequently writes about the hardships of life in the Gaza Strip, and is one of the few voices willing to publicly criticize the rule of the Islamic Hamas movement.

Egypt opens Gaza border crossing for first time in months

Thousands of Palestinians are lining up on Thursday at the Rafah crossing in hopes of leaving the isolated enclave.

Muslim-majority countries 'hate' Islamic State, see it as threat to their community

Muslim-majority countries 'hate' Islamic State, see it as threat to their community

As per a report publish in The Independent, a new poll says that since Muslims have been their primary victims, ISIS are seen as a threat to their communities across the Arab world.

Israel strikes Gaza in response to rocket fire: Sources

The army said it was the 20th rocket fired from the territory, which is controlled the Islamist movement Hamas, since the start of the year.

More bloodshed as bid to ease tensions over Jerusalem

More bloodshed as bid to ease tensions over Jerusalem

Fresh anti-Israeli violence saw three Palestinians shot dead in the West Bank while efforts to douse tensions over Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound by installing cameras at the site ran into trouble.

Two Palestinians killed in Gaza by Israeli army fire: Medics

Two Palestinians killed in Gaza by Israeli army fire: Medics

Two Palestinian died after being shot by the Israeli military in the Gaza Strip on Friday, the enclave's health ministry said, the latest such incidents in more than two weeks of clashes and attacks.

Palestinian killed in Gaza by Israeli Army fire: Medics

A Palestinian died after being shot by the Israeli military in the Gaza Strip on Friday, the enclave's Health Ministry said, the latest such incident in more than two weeks of clashes and attacks.

Three dead as Jerusalem sees bloodiest day in rising unrest

Jerusalem suffered its bloodiest day yet on Tuesday in a wave of unrest, with at least three people killed and many wounded in shooting and car-and-knife attacks on Israelis.

Netanyahu vows to defeat 'knife terror' after three new attacks

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Monday that Israel would not bow to "knife terror" as three new stabbings in Jerusalem spread more fear among Israelis and Palestinian unrest showed little sign of slowing.

Palestinian rocket hits Israel: Army

On September 30, Israeli warplanes hit four training camps of Hamas's armed wing, the Ezzedine Al-Qassam Brigades, in response to a rocket fired from the Palestinian enclave that was intercepted by Israel's Iron Dome missile defence system.