The United Nations is expected to approve a series of projects worth $600 million in the Gaza Strip over the next five months.
Of course, what no Ramallah official would admit is the fact that once the chairman gives up the ghost, a civil war is sure to erupt in Judea and Samaria, among at least four private armies and the Hamas.
The Gazans crossed the border Tuesday morning...
A passing car with Palestinian Authority plates opened fire on Israeli vehicles.
If the ICC were to show intellectual honesty in this case, it could end up ruling that the Israeli settlements are not a violation of the convention and therefore not at all a war crime.
Erekat said that the Palestinian Authority is already in contact with several allies to advance with the necessary diplomatic steps against the "recent illegal moving of the embassies of Paraguay, Guatemala, and the United States, to Jerusalem."
The Palestinian Authority leader has experienced a variety of health problems over the past decade, including cardiac issues and prostate cancer.
If you read the "Days of Palestine" texts and follow their slogans, that's still the main bone of contention: in the end, Israel should not exist, it should be replaced by a Palestinian State.
Dr. Said Sarahneh said “the tests were necessary after the president's operation in his middle ear few days ago at the Istishari Hospital.”
The only problem is, the students were being asked to honor a bunch of vicious terrorists who died while attempting to kill Israelis as “victims of violence in Gaza.”
The last time an international UN force was posted between Israel and the Gaza Strip was in May of 1967, and it packed up and left as soon as Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser ordered it to scram.
Despite the high alert and the volatile atmosphere in Jerusalem, at present there is no intention to restrict the entry of Muslim worshipers to the Temple Mount, nor to screen the worshipers by age.
Recent surveys show that most Gazans still support Hamas, so they aren't likely to use this opportunity to leave Gaza forever.
Air Force officials say they'll bar civilian pesticide spray planes from coming within six kilometers of the border after bullets from Gaza hit Sderot on Wednesday. Israeli farms say, “This means all our crops will be lost."
“Haniyeh returned to Gaza, Hamas gave an order ... and miraculously, this spontaneous protest by a public that could not handle the situation any more dissipated.”
Dozens of acres of farmland went up in flames, as local farmers and firefighters battled the blaze.
The baggies received their name from their similarity in shape and texture to a popular Israeli chocolate milk drink, sold in plastic baggies. It's bathroom humor, admittedly, but it helps reduce real casualties.
Four different targets were attacked in the Hamas military compound, including buildings and terror infrastructure.
“Jews know what’s going on. We’ve heard the story too many times over the centuries; this is anti-Semitism.”
"We had a day of relative calm along the Gazan border... because of the determination of the IDF soldiers. They are not defending us from some civilian demonstrations."
"They tell the child to go forward and he does. They trick him... People wear out and get fed up and I am one of these people."
An IDF tank shelled two Hamas military posts in the southern area of the Gaza Strip.
The bullets were big enough, and deadly enough to penetrate the window frames of the homes and twist them like butter.
The day before, PLO envoy to the United States Husam Zomlot was recalled to Ramallah from Washington DC.
The terror group allowed a separate convoy of six trucks containing medical supplies from UNICEF and the Palestinian Authority to enter the enclave.
Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/report-arrangement-reached-to-allow-un-humanitarian-aid-projects-in-gaza-strip/2018/05/22/
Scan this QR code to visit this page online: