The newly elected Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is likely to part ways with his predecessor's harsh Iran policy and align his administration with Washington's less confrontational approach.
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.
From religiously-minded Hamas and Islamic Jihad, to secularist Fatah and socialist Popular Front, there are various political groups that oppose Israel.
Israeli occupation reduced one of the Middle East’s oldest cities, with at least 4,000 years of history, into a packed Palestinian enclave besieged from all sides — sea, land and air.
Israeli army and Hamas have faced each other on many occasions since the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in 2005. Here is a quick look at some of the major battles.
With Israel preparing for a ground invasion, the besieged enclave is bracing for more casualties and damages after facing days of escalating and deadly violence.
Israel has one of the world’s most modernised armies equipped with a nuclear arsenal. On the other hand, Palestinians, having no real state and regular army, don’t have much to defend themselves.
There is not a single extremist Israeli position which the US has not adopted or embraced in its so-called 'peace plan'.
So how do Gazans cope with the constant threat and violence of Israeli aggression?
Two Iranian-backed Islamic Jihad members among the fatalities as rocket fire towards Israel resumes after brief overnight lull in what is the heaviest round of fighting in months.
At least ten Palestinian were killed during Israeli air strikes shortly after an earlier air raid that killed senior Islamic Jihad member Bahaa Abu al Atta, his wife and the son of Akram al Ajouri.
Israel has targeted high-ranking Palestinian figures using different assassination techniques, from strikes to shootings, since the 1970s. The latest target was a powerful Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza.
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