Two infiltrators were arrested in southern Gaza; both were handed over to security personnel for interrogation.
This is a second complaint filed by JIJ against Haniyeh, after a complaint a year ago regarding Haniyeh's war crimes during the 2014 Gaza war.
IDF soldiers responded with standard riot control measures.
"If you try to damage the border fence you might get hurt," Abu Ali mused.
An IDF force identified a number of suspects crawling towards the border fence.
An explosive device that was found during the week by IDF soldiers near the security fence in the southern Gaza Strip was neutralized on...
Many Arab demonstrators are expected to respond to calls from the mosques in Gaza urging them and to hold violent riots at the border
The IDF Coordinator for Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) has released a video on its Arabic-language Facebook page showing what life in Gaza...
Incendiary balloons and firebomb kites are continuing to be launched at southern Israel from across the border from Gaza by Hamas terrorists.
Each of the three leaders of Hamas were named because they have Jordanian citizenship; Jordan is a member of the ICC, thus ensuring jurisdiction.
"For four years I did not talk to the media because I could not deal with the pain emotionally, and today, too, I sit here in pain, and worse – I'm angry," Ofek said a month ago.
However: "We left the meeting today with a strong feeling that behind the prime minister's statements ... there is a sad reality that nothing has been done."
Abbas will use his speech to the United Nations General Assembly next month to announce his categorical rejection of President Trump's offer of the "Deal of the Century."
"The number of tunnels and waylays prepared by the resistance forces is greater than that faced by the occupation (that's Israel) in the previous war, and the missiles' capabilities have improved."
It was discovered that Hamas was using women to transfer messages and instructions, transfer funds to finance terrorist operations and coordinate operations with the Hamas command centers.
The loans have been donated by the Ness Foundation – funded by the Jewish communities of Metrowest and Miami in the US.
Abu Mazen is working to create bloody riots in Gaza, so that Israel can hit Hamas – Abbas's enemies, and then Abbas can travel around the world and denounce Israel.
The Palestinian Authority first wants reconciliation with Hamas, before Hamas reaches an agreement with Israel.
Hamas is holding Israeli citizens captive while sending Hamas family members to Israel for medical treatment.
Bennett compared Hamas to the Mafia, demanding protection money.
At least 5,000 rioters gathered at various points along the security barrier in renewed attempts to breach the border and attack IDF soldiers and other area Israelis.
"If there's no terror, there will be an economy. There has to be a direct connection . . . If there is no quiet, it will be closed."
Erekat blamed the US administration for encouraging Israel to expand its settlements.
Residents in southern Israel reported numerous incendiary balloons flown across the border.
No one in Israel doubts that the Netanyahu government has been in negotiations with Hamas for some time now, and reaching agreements Israelis will only find out about later, or right now—from Ismail Haniyeh.