Hamas's armed wing tortured and shot dead Mahmoud Ishtiwi for false allegations, his family says.
The political conflict between Hamas and Fatah appears intractable, writes Jonathan Schanzer.
The prisoner, released in 2011, is shown barbecuing and making coffee with his captors.
Those who blame Israel for the lack of a peace deal will likely pay no attention, but the facts are in.
Why Palestinian leaders are promoting attacks in some places but not others.
When the government is a terrorist group, diplomats must stay away. Enter the press.
Trump said he would learn the difference "when it's appropriate." No time like the present.
Senior official Moussa Abu Marzouk says it will be hard for the Palestinian group "to cope" without Tehran's backing.
The military will now only permit Israeli-Arabs to visit their relatives in Gaza on humanitarian grounds.
U.N. investigators said Israel and Palestinian militant groups committed grave abuses of international humanitarian law during the 2014 Gaza conflict.
Was the Hamas rocket that landed 30 miles south of Tel Aviv a rogue or the first of many?
Senior official says the plan was rejected because it attempted to separate Gaza from West Bank.
"We continue to strengthen our capabilities by producing more rockets," said Marwan Issa, leader of Hamas' military wing.
The former Palestinian strongman wants to become the next president of Palestine.
The biased investigation into Israel has once again revealed the world body’s lack of fairness.
A Palestinian journalist was kidnapped by a group claiming to be ISIS last week.
Avigdor Lieberman says Hezbollah and Hamas becoming stronger and bolder.
The programme aiding over 100,000 people made homeless will be suspended after donors pulled out.
The EU Moves to Put Hamas back on the Terrorism List
Eyal Yifrach, 19, and Gilad Shaer and Naftali Fraenkel, both 16, were shot dead while hitchhiking in the occupied West Bank in June.
Officials said the crossing would open for two days to allow Gazans with serious illnesses to travel for treatment, and to allow foreign nationals and students to travel.
Four Palestinians have been arrested on suspicion of plotting to kill Israel's foreign minister