Saturday Nov 23
Did an Israeli Airstrike Just Kill These Adorable Newborn Lion Cubs?
The pair of lion cubs born on Monday in Gaza's Bissan Zoo were hailed as a triumph -- a rare optimistic sign in a region that has been devastated by militants within the Strip and a blockade along its borders.
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Gaza in Deep Sewage, under Egyptian Siege
Raw sewage has flooded streets in a southern neighborhood of Gaza City in recent days, threatening a health disaster, writes the New York Times .
A year after Gaza operation, little joy in Israel
A year after a bruising Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip, southern Israel has sprung back to life, and the frequent rocket fire that once plagued the region has nearly stopped.
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Hamas faces isolation and its own domestic 'resistance' movement
As the Palestinian Authority receives international plaudits for participating in peace talks with Israel and a domestic fillip for securing the release of a second batch of long-term Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails, Hamas, its Islamist rival in Gaza is at a low ebb, battling declining popular support and regional influence.
Four Hamas militants died in fighting with Israelis over tunnel complex
The violence was sparked by an Israeli move to destroy a tunnel network that the Israeli had discovered in southern Gaza last month.