Senior official Moussa Abu Marzouk says it will be hard for the Palestinian group "to cope" without Tehran's backing.
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The military will now only permit Israeli-Arabs to visit their relatives in Gaza on humanitarian grounds.
Israel condemned the ruling, which it said distracted from the court's true purpose of investigating mass atrocities.
A year after the Gaza war, the Israeli government admits that two citizens are missing there.
Israelis felt that when they left Gaza, they became free to retaliate against rocket attacks. Not so, says the U.N.
U.N. investigators said Israel and Palestinian militant groups committed grave abuses of international humanitarian law during the 2014 Gaza conflict.
The team will investigate Palestinian claims of Israeli crimes in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said a forthcoming United Nations war crimes investigation was a waste of time.
Hamas ignored a 48-hour ultimatum calling on them to end the crackdown on ISIS sympathizers.
Amnesty confirms Hamas used al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City as its interrogation and torture center.
Was the Hamas rocket that landed 30 miles south of Tel Aviv a rogue or the first of many?
The pontiff has agreed to sign a treaty recognizing the state of Palestine.
"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.
The law was extended yesterday as Sisi tries to combat smuggling between Sinai and Gaza.
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Hacker collective strikes dozens of Israeli websites but fails to hinder government's online presence.
Security operation nabs infrared cameras and communications equipment heading into blockaded enclave, defence ministry says.
The Palestinian authority is seeking an inquiry into last summer's Gaza conflict, a move deeply opposed by Israel.