New poll shows that Palestinians are becoming more radicalized by Israeli policies, say experts.
The Turkish leader says relations with Israel could be healed with the lifting of the Gaza blockade.
More violence erupted in the Gaza Strip, where Palestinians were massed at the border lobbing rocks at Israeli forces on the other side.
Electricity has been restricted to as little as four hours a day in the enclave.
The Israeli leader will discuss a range of issues with his British counterpart, including the Iran deal.
A new UN study has revealed the "alarming" results.
Israel permits Hebron's Al-Ahly to play Gaza's Shejaia in Palestine Cup final after Palestinian FA complain to FIFA.
Senior official Moussa Abu Marzouk says it will be hard for the Palestinian group "to cope" without Tehran's backing.
Israel condemned the ruling, which it said distracted from the court's true purpose of investigating mass atrocities.
Hamas ignored a 48-hour ultimatum calling on them to end the crackdown on ISIS sympathizers.
Was the Hamas rocket that landed 30 miles south of Tel Aviv a rogue or the first of many?
No damage or injuries were reported.
"We were firing purposelessly all day long. Hamas was nowhere to be seen," one tank sergeant said.
Mohammed Deif, survivor of numerous Israeli assassination attempts, is again involved in the militant group's decision-making.
Mohammed Dahlan mediates dam agreement between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan ahead of future challenge to Mahmoud Abbas.
The U.N. also blamed Hamas for putting other U.N. schools at risk by storing weapons inside them.
Elbit Systems and the Israeli defence ministry successfully tested the mechanism to prevent militant tunnel attacks.
Out of the 19,000 homes destroyed in last summer's conflict, not a single one has been rebuilt.
Security operation nabs infrared cameras and communications equipment heading into blockaded enclave, defence ministry says.
Senior diplomat meets with top Israeli and Hamas officials to broker five-year truce.
The IDF opens six criminal investigations into its conduct nine months after Gaza conflict.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry accused the forum of being obsessed by allegations of Israeli abuses.
The former Palestinian strongman wants to become the next president of Palestine.
The heaviest gunfight for years reveals deep disillusionment with the Palestinian leadership.
"But why do we go to school and study? We will only be killed in the next war."