Abbas may be losing his grip.
A complex battle for influence.
The only thing the two agree upon is destroying Israel.
Salam Fayyad’s bank accounts have been frozen.
The meaning of a landslide Hamas victory at a student-council election.
It’s thinking about declaring Gaza an independent state.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas joined numerous heads of state at the January 11 anti-terrorism rally in Paris. Hamas, for its part, also condemned the murderous. . .
According to the cease-fire agreement that ended the summer’s war, as well as the preconditions set by the states pledging to reconstruct Gaza, Hamas is. . .
The recent riots and violent attacks throughout eastern Jerusalem, well-planned and coordinated by Fatah and Hamas, could spell the beginning of a third intifada.
Hamas troops robbed a bank in Gaza City; Fatah and Hamas are squabbling over reconstruction funds. Is the Palestinian Unity government on the verge of collapse?
In endorsing the reconciliation of Hamas and Fatah, the American administration wasn’t hoping for more terrorism. But that is exactly what it got.
Upon reconciling with Fatah, will Hamas recognize Israel’s right to exist? The former says yes. The latter, emphatically, says no.