Hamas

Open mouths but closed eyes

By Geoffrey Alderman, December 4, 2012

OK. I agree that the semi-hysterical revelries commissioned by Hamas once its cease-fire with Israel had been announced reflect a kind of madness. Much of the Hamas infrastructure is in ruins. A number of key Hamas operatives have succumbed to their wounds. Neither Iran nor Hizbollah came to Hamas's aid. Nor did its Egyptian godfathers of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Hamas arms network down but not yet out

By Anshel Pfeffer, November 29, 2012

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh denied over the weekend that the terror group would agree to stop smuggling arms and missiles to Gaza through the tunnels under Rafah. Israel is demanding an end to the smuggling in the ongoing talks in Cairo over the terms of the ceasefire agreement.

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Surbiton mum’s terror after son injured in Hamas missile attack

By Ben Hartman, November 22, 2012

As missiles flew this week out of Gaza, one British-Israeli soldier received treatment to repair his eyesight, damaged in a Hamas strike on his jeep.

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Israel-Hamas truce agreed starting from Wednesday evening

By Jennifer Lipman, November 21, 2012

Israel has agreed to halt its action in Gaza a week after the latest bout of fighting began.

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Israel and Hamas may announce ceasefire tonight

By Marcus Dysch and Zoe Winograd, November 20, 2012

American and Egyptian officials may announced the signing of a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas tonight, according to reports.

It is thought the final wording of an agreement is being worked on, and German officials are working to mediate between the two conflicting groups.

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Israeli official: 'We would prefer a diplomatic solution'

By Jennifer Lipman, November 19, 2012

Calls for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas are increasing after six days of fighting, with the UN Secretary General arriving in Egypt on Monday evening to encourage a resolution to the conflict.

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Islamic Jihad leader killed in Gaza strike

By Jennifer Lipman, November 19, 2012

A leader of Islamic Jihad is believed to have been killed in a strike on a building in Gaza City.

According to the Associated Press, the IDF struck the media centre used by Hamas' communications wing for the second time on Monday.

The news agency named the assassinated terrorist as Islamic Jihad's Ramez Harb, a key figure in the Al Quds Brigades.

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Uncertainty in Israel as rockets and Gaza fighting continue

By Jennifer Lipman, November 16, 2012

Friday closed on a note of uncertainty after three days of fighting in Gaza and sustained rocket fire from Hamas reaching as far north as Tel Aviv. The IDF has confirmed that a rocket fired from Gaza has struck outside Jerusalem.

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Tel Aviv beach after a rocket is fired at the city

By Orlando Radice, November 16, 2012

JC Foreign Editor Orlando Radice is on the scene after residents flee a rocket fired from Gaza toward Tel Aviv.

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Hamas targets Tel Aviv for second day running

By Jennifer Lipman, November 16, 2012

Rockets from the Gaza Strip have been sent to Tel Aviv for the second day running, sending Israelis running for bomb shelters.

This week marks the first time rockets have been directed at the city since the Gulf war.

According to Micky Rosenfeld, spokesman for the Israeli police, the rocket sent earlier today landed in the sea and nobody was injured.

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