"We reject the cycle of ceasefire and negotiations," said Hamas' political chief Khaled Mashal on Wednesday night [July 23] at a press conference in Qatar. "We rejected it today and we will reject it in the future."
The United Nations Relief Works Agency (UNRWA) has again discovered Hamas rockets stored in one of its Gaza schools. In a statement released on Tuesday, UNRWA said the weapons were discovered during a routine inspection of the facility.
DNEPROPETROVSK, Ukraine—The Lazaurenkos are among hundreds of Jews made refugees by the fighting in eastern Ukraine, part of a larger movement of tens of thousands of people who have fled since pro-Russian militias—some toting heavy caliber machine guns and mortars—took up arms against government troops in March.
Amid pressure from the United States for an “immediate ceasefire” in the fighting between Israel and Hamas, [Egypt] the traditional mediator between the groups has said the deal rejected by Hamas isn’t changing.
NEW YORK—The attacks and incitement against Jews have reached an alarming level not seen in many countries since World War II, the head of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) said on Tuesday [July 22]. WJC President Ronald Lauder reacted to a series of reports from Jewish communities about anti-Semitic incidents carried out by opponents of Israel’s military operation against Hamas in Gaza.
Within a week of the fatal crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 17 that was presumed to have been shot down by a surface-to-air missile as it entered into Ukrainian air space, Gazan terrorists were able to shoot a missile relatively close to Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.