Conflict With Israel
July 16, 2014
The number of Palestinians killed in Gaza has now reached over 200.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday that Israel would answer Hamas’s rejection of a truce with stepped-up attacks.
July 15, 2014
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to increase Tel Aviv's military campaign on Gaza yet again Tuesday.
An Israeli man was killed by a Hamas rocket attack Tuesday, representing Tel Aviv's first casualty since its strikes on Gaza began last week.
Palestinian protesters confronted and chased out a minister from Gaza at a border crossing Tuesday.
The United Nations' agency for Palestinian refugees told reporters that the damage in Gaza is "immense" from a weeklong Israeli air campaign that continued Tuesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the country's defense forces to resume strikes on Gaza Tuesday afternoon after Hamas launched rockets onto Israel under what was a so-called ceasefire between the two sides.
Hamas and the Islamic Jihad said they were not consulted over the terms of the ceasefire deal with Israel.
Israeli warplanes bombed three targets in Syria's Golan Heights Tuesday.
Israel deployed three new Iron Dome anti-rocket systems Tuesday, bringing the total number to ten.
Protesters across the world held rallies to condemn Israel's deadly attacks across the Gaza Strip as the death toll hit 190.
Israel's security cabinet accepted on Tuesday morning the ceasefire proposed by Egypt.
Israel shelled southern Lebanon early Tuesday morning. No casualties were reported.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, convened the security cabinet on early Tuesday morning to discuss Egypt's proposed ceasefire agreement to end Israeli-Palestinian hostilities in the Gaza Strip.
Saudi Arabia has criticized the United Nations Security Council for failing to meet member expectations in both its statement on, and action to prevent, Israel's military offensive in Gaza.