Recent surveys show that most Gazans still support Hamas, so they aren't likely to use this opportunity to leave Gaza forever.
“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.”
As the tank rolled down the incline, it reportedly began to slip down and then fell -- and a shell being carried within the tank exploded.
The site of the attack was quite far from Islamic State's usual attack zone -- and quite close to Israel's southern border with Sinai.
The low turnout defied a state law imposing a $28 fine on each eligible voter who fails to cast his ballot.
Senior Hamas figures who recently visited Egypt were exposed to heavy pressure from Egypt to agree to the proposed Israeli-American draft of a peace agreement.
Delegations from Saudi Arabia, Israel and Egypt reportedly met to discuss economic issues, particularly those affecting the Red Sea region.
The cellular phone service blackouts, which have been taking place for the past two weeks, are likely to continue, an IDF source said.
El-Sisi said the agreement furthers his vision of transforming Egypt into a regional energy hub.
Let's watch the effect of taxes from the deal on Israel's own energy market. At the moment, a gallon of gas still costs Israeli motorists around $6.8 – most of which are taxes.
The new Egyptian dependence on Israel to maintain the integrity of their borders is diminishing Egypt's role as independent broker in the Middle East peace negotiations.
Israel offered to provide technology and knowledge for the host of projects necessary to create new infrastructure for the enclave, but funding and materials must come from the international community.
The Israeli forces lay in ambush until dozens of smugglers arrived at the border fence, placed ladders against the fence and began to dump to the Israeli side bags that contained very large quantities of drugs.
“The United States of America remains committed – if the parties agree – to a two-state solution,” Pence told Jordan's King Abdullah II.
Egypt's El-Sisi continues to insist the only solution to the Israel-Palestinian Authority conflict is the "two-state solution."
“We stand shoulder to shoulder with you in Egypt in the fight against terrorism,” Pence said.
“Jerusalem would be a gate for peace, only when it’s the capital of Palestine. But it is also a gate for war, insecurity and instability if it isn’t. Trump has to choose."
"You’ll have the son of ISIS and the grandson of al-Qaeda that will be fighting [for] this new Shi’ite force."
National Election Commission Chairman Ibrahim vowed to run elections "in accordance with the highest standards of fairness and international transparency."
"Only in Israel can Arab students shout at an Egyptian lecturer that he is a traitor for coming to a Zionist university. And what exactly are they doing at a Zionist university?"
“We should have buses pick up all the people who say they want to go fight for Jerusalem and actually drive them to Jerusalem. Go fight if you are so tough."
"This stinking researcher came to talk about normalization with Israel. He thinks he's talking to small children."
In mid-December, the heads of the Knesset coalition parties approved the demand of Yisrael Beiteinu chairman Avigdor Liberman to support a death penalty for terrorists bill, which should be submitted in the new year.
The resolution ... "calls upon all States to refrain from the establishment of diplomatic missions in the Holy City of Jerusalem..."
At least two of the rockets was identified as having been launched from a site in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.