The NGOs have been helping Hamas claim that their dead terrorists were innocent civilians, or that civilians killed by Hamas were killed by Israel.
The Israeli government continues to resist the renewal of cash payments from Qatar to the tune of some $30 million a month.
Hamas wants the money transferred in cash, because, you know...
This marks the first time that the courts have found Iranian banks Markazi, Melli or Saderat liable for a terror attack by a foreign terrorist organization against a U.S. national.
Under the plan, "Qatari grant funds will be transferred through the United Nations to be distributed to poor families in the Gaza Strip."
Im Tirtzu advocates increased transparency and the passing of a UN equivalent of the Taylor Force Act.
Hamas is trying to refinance its military by raising money using bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
The Lapid-Bennett government must be challenged to show that it's not just code for cash to pay Hamas employees.
The two men also discussed ways to strengthen the security of the State of Israel in the face of terrorist threats.
"Terrorists must not be allowed to use schools, homes, and hospitals to shield their murderous activities."
The PA has no way to determine who in Gaza actually receives the Qatari money.
In recent years, Arouri headed a body known as the “West Bank Headquarters” that is responsible for terrorist activities in Judea and Samaria.
Watch: Among the targets was a weapons manufacturing facility.
"In response to the arson balloon fire towards Israeli territory today IDF fighter jets struck a weapons manufacturing site belonging to Hamas."
Perhaps Israel should set some of those cash suitcases on fire right outside the border fence.
Hamas has warned that should it receive a negative response from Israel, it plans to "put pressure on Israel." Here's hoping Bennett would respond "more lethally."
Is no one going to ask how blowing up some Hamas building is going to stop the next arson?
“A fire investigator … determined that all fires were caused by incendiary balloons.”
Hamas’s arrival in Cairo occurred as an Israeli delegation arrived in the Egyptian capital, for the second time in a week.
Ashraf Hassan took advantage of his Israeli citizenship to move around the country freely in pursuit of his plans to kidnap and kill an Israeli soldier, say military officials.
The sources pointed out that there are efforts by other parties, including the United Nations, Germany, and Qatar, to insure the success of these efforts.
Egypt has been mediating with Hamas.
“UNRWA is a very problematic organization."
“The decision was made following a security assessment . . . and is conditional upon the preservation of security stability,”
"Summers are for kids, not for terror."
There's no doubt Mondoweiss and the American left are angry. They were sure AOC's choice for Mayor, Wiley, would win the race.
Relaxation of civilian restrictions is conditioned upon the continued stability of the security environment.
The center said at least 48 percent of those killed in Gaza were associated with terrorist organizations.
A delay in receiving money would lead to a security escalation, said Yahya Sinwar during a meeting with the U.N.’s envoy to the Middle East.
DM Gantz: "What was, will not be. If Hamas has not yet understood this, we will make sure they do understand."