Israelis are outraged as Hamas again violates an Egyptian-brokered cease-fire extended to reach an agreement intended to end bloodshed.
Hamas politburo chief Khaled Mashaal and Fatah and PA leader Mahmoud Abbas are set to meet Thursday in Qatar.
Israel waited 12 hours to deny an agreement. Abbas talked with Mashaal while Shin Bet busted coup plot.
Gazans are beginning to comprehend the damage Hamas rained down on them, as there are talks of PA forces to be deployed in Gaza.
10:50pm A child was killed and two other children were injured from a 9:57pm rocket launch from Gaza, according to a Reuters report. The rocket...
Hamas claims that even providing information about the bodies of the dead IDF soldier they are holding hostage is too much to give.
Cease fire talks in Cairo appear deadlocked so far due to the issue of disarmament.
The Israeli cabinet meeting has been cancelled today as apparently the ministers are demanding updates and answers regarding the negotiations with Hamas.
11:48pm Be'er Sheva 11:45 Rocket Alert Ashdod.. Ashkelon...Shafir... Kiryat..Malachi 11:44pm Ashdod, Ashkelon, Ashdod, Ashkelon 11:26pm Eshkol x2 10:55pm Eshkol 9:59pm Ashdod 8:12pm Sdot Negev, Shaar Negev 7:55pm Ashkelon Coast 7:47pm Rocket Alert...
This one to begin at midnight, preceded by the expected rocket barrage.
“Oh the games people play now/…Never meaning what they say now/Never saying what they mean” – “Games People Play” by Joe South.
Palestinian Arab factions are growing impatient waiting in Cairo but Israel says truce talks are over until rocket fire stops.
Hamas is like the boy who murdered his parents and then cries because he is an orphan.
Arab sources reported on Thursday, that former Hamas spokesman Ayman Taha was executed by Hamas for spying on them, for Egypt.
Hamas is playing its usual game. Best bet is no ceasefire and a couple of mortar attacks on the Gaza Belt.
Hamas plans to return to war on Friday, while US President Barack Obama says it’s time to “open Gaza.”
Egypt has proposed extending the 72-hour cease fire between Israel and Hamas currently in force, to 120 hours.
Hamas says could consider extending current ceasefire to longer-term truce, but says no chance terror group will disarm
Representatives of Palestinian Arab factions are in Cairo trying to put together an extended cease fire plan, but the demands are high.
Palestinian Arab factions have been streaming to Cairo to form a cease fire proposal over Gaza for Israel but the deal is not realistic.