Palestine's President Mahmoud Abbas declares three days of mourning as Israeli military kills many, including an elderly woman, in occupied West Bank's Jenin refugee camp.
Analysts say the policy aims spelt out by Prime Minister Netanyahu's coalition government make it clearer that it's eventual goal is the erasure of Palestinian society.
Sea of Palestinians converge in Gaza's Katiba Park to mark 58th anniversary of founding of Fatah party, whose leaders seek reconciliation between Palestine's factions in the face of most right-wing government in Israel's history.
The goal of the reconciliation deal between rival Palestinian factions is to give Palestinian people “proper elections” and a united political representation for negotiations with Israel.
Fatah says agreement was signed "to get rid of the malignant cancer of division that has entered the Palestinian body", and Hamas calls the event "a day of joy in Palestine and Algeria."
Palestinian politicians, including from Fatah, harshly criticised this week's meeting between Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz.
Fatah rejects allegations that its gunmen shot dead four Hamas members during a funeral at the refugee camp of Burj al-Shemali in southern Lebanon.
At least 250 prisoners held by Israel start a hunger strike to protest their relocation to isolated cells, officials say.
"Brother Ismail Haniyeh was re-elected as the head of the movement's political office for a second time," one official says. His term will last four years.
The recent show of Palestinian unity against the Israeli occupation not only solidified international support but also demonstrated to Tel Aviv that the resistance is taking a new political shape.
In the aftermath of a ceasefire in besieged Gaza and a postponed presidential election, some Palestinians say Abbas must go.
No matter how many Israeli missiles and airstrikes hit their houses and workplaces, Palestinians do not wave a white flag to Israel. Here is why.
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