Rights groups say that life in the coastal enclave has become "unlivable."
Gaza's health system has been on the brink of collapse for years. Now it has reached crisis point.
While the opposition elects an outsider, Netanyahu insiders face corruption charges.
The Indian leader is in Israel for a three-day trip, the first time an Indian prime minister has visited the country.
Netanyahu's message to diaspora Jews: You no longer have a seat at the table.
The country is allegedly giving rebels cash as well as food, fuel and medical supplies.
State Department announces the Palestinians' policy change but Israel has expressed skepticism.
Protests against the city's gay pride celebrations are way off the mark.
The U.S. must follow Arab nations and take a stand against Qatar for hosting and funding terrorists.
Fifty years after the Israelis routed a joint Arab force, peace remains elusive.
Are the U.S. Navy as relaxed about repression in Bahrain as the White House appears to be?
The militant group hanged two men and killed a third by firing squad on Thursday.
Polls show Palestinians are the most radicalized, anti-peace population in the Muslim world.
The Palestinian militant group said the president had distorted its image by linking it with terror and said it showed his bias toward Israel.
Both Trump and Netanyahu are already under a cloud of investigations and suspicion.
Hamas believes that the Israeli intelligence agency killed Mazen Faqha, a commander in the group's military wing, in March.
The Israeli leader says Hamas has not changed its stance after attempt to soften image.
The leaked information concerning the militant group's charter doesn't change its commitment to wage jihad on Israel.