Articles in "Hamas"

IDF Airstrike Demolishes Hamas Building In Gaza City

IDF jets demolished a five-storey building in Gaza City used by Hamas’ internal security apparatus, a military spokesman said Thursday ...

Foreign Worker Wounded As Over 150 Rockets Pound Gaza Belt

Five people in the Gaza Belt region were wounded, including one seriously, as a missile barrage from the Gaza Strip that began Wednesday ...

After Massive IDF Retaliation Following Death Of Soldier, Ceasefire Holds

  A tense ceasefire held on the Gaza border Saturday following several waves of Israeli strikes on Hamas targets in the Strip in ...

IDF Launches Wave of Attacks On Hamas Targets Following ‘Grave Incident’ On Border

The IDF carried out widespread strikes on terrorist targets in the Gaza Strip Friday evening following what an army spokesman described as ...

Liberman: Israel Will Not Accept Ongoing Arson Attacks From Gaza

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman warned Sunday that Israel would not "learn to live" with ongoing kite-born arson attacks from Gaza, and ...

Erdan: Israel Should Return To Targeted Killing Policy

Israel should carry out targeted killings of Hamas leaders and Gazan terrorists launching flammable kites over the border to set alight ...

Netanyahu In Wake Of Gaza Violence: Those Who Test Us Pay Immediately

Israel’s operations in Gaza yesterday were the “severest blow” delivered to Palestinian terrorist organizations in the Strip in ...

Tense Calm Reigns in South, But Israel Says No Ceasefire Reached

Schools in southern Israel opened on schedule Wednesday as a tense calm reigned over the region following the largest cross-border exchange ...

Hamas, Islamic Jihad Fire 70 Rockets, Mortars At Israel

  Some 70 rockets and mortars were fired at Israeli communities by Palestinian factions in Gaza as of 8 p.m. Tuesday, including ...

IDF Shells Hamas Post After Gaza Infiltration Attempt; Troops Come Under Fire

The IDF shelled a Hamas observation post in the Gaza Strip Monday after a border patrol came under fire, a military spokesman said. ...