Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas agreed on the make-up of a national unity government on Tuesday in the most significant step yet toward healing their seven-year rift.
A negotiator said Monday he expects a Palestinian unity government to be announced later this week in what would be a first significant step toward ending the crippling rift between Hamas and Fatah.
The Palestinian Authority and Hamas continue to actively educate their children to ignore Israel's existence, emphatically reject Israel's right to exist, and anticipate its eventual destruction and replacement by "Palestine."
Hamas officials met with EU representatives, sense that US is slowly 'coming around' on unity pact, deputy leader claims.
Although a tense ceasefire is in effect, the friction is far from over. On Al-Aqsa TV, Hamas' official media outlet, continued its call to kill Jews and such acts were a form of worshiping Allah according to Palestinian Media Watch.
The day after Hamas agreed to a ceasefire with Israel, the terrorist group's TV station aired "Death to Israel!" on its station according to Palestinian Media Watch.
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Masab Hassan Yousef, the son of a prominent Hamas leader who became a Christian, is facing a deportation hearing on June 30 in San Diego because the U.S. Department of Homeland Security views him as "a threat to America’s national security", Worthy News learned Monday, June 14.
The United Nations announced Friday, February 6, it has stopped sending humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip after militants of the Hamas group apparently seized 300 tons of supplies, in the second such incident this week.
United Nations aid workers said Thursday, February 5, they were struggling to provide aid to the desperately needy in the Gaza Strip after police forces from the ruling militant Hamas group stormed a U.N. warehouse.
The top official of Hamas publicly thanked Iran Monday, February 2, for helping his militant group to achieve "victory" over Israel in the Gaza Strip but said his group would need more support to "liberate" all Palestinians and Jerusalem.
The militant group Hamas admitted Thursday, January 15, that Israel had killed one of its key ministers in a major air strike in Gaza City, while the United Nations expressed outrage that Israeli forces attacked a U.N. compound used by refugees.
The director of the Gaza Strip's only known Christian bookstore was found dead Sunday, October 7, shortly after being abducted near his home, officials said.
â€œCaught amid the infighting between Hamas and Fatah and Israelâ€™s retaliation for rockets launched at its southern cities is an easily overlooked segment of the population: Christians number only 2,000 among 1.5 million in the Gaza Strip -- less than 1 percent of the population.â€
As a teenager, they trained him to kill Christians and Jews as Beirut dissolved into the chaos of civil war. Before his 17th birthday, his fellow street warriors credited him with 223 kills -- mostly against rival militias. Then a missionary witnessed to him in the streets about one who could remove the bloodguilt that drenched his hands. He listened long enough to lay his guns down forever.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday, February 18, asked the militant group Hamas to form the next Palestinian government but warned he would not accept attacks against the Christian minority.
Armed Islamic groups angered by cartoon drawings depicting the Prophet Muhammad in European media, threatened to attack churches and closed down the European Union Commission office in Gaza Thursday, February 2, as anger over the published caricatures spread across the Muslim world.
The body of a Muslim convert to Christianity who went missing in mid-July, has been returned to his family, slaughtered and cut into four pieces by Islamic extremists, according to a report from the Barnabas Fund which monitored the incident.
In his weekly op-ed, Dr. 'Atallah Abu Al-Subh, a columnist for the Hamas(1) weekly Al-Risala (Gaza), writes open letters to prominent figures, ideologies, and events. His most recent letter, No. 163, was titled "To Anthrax":