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Sheikh Jarrah: Palestinians offered way out from evictions

Israel's top court has proposed a plan to enable Palestinians threatened with eviction in East Jerusalem to stay, in a closely-watched and divisive case. The Supreme Court was expected to issue a ruling to end a long legal battle but urged the sides to compromise instead. It proposed the four families could stay in their homes in Sheikh Jarrah if they recognised the land was owned by a Jewish settlement company.

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Sheikh Jarrah: Palestinians offered way out from evictions

Hamas re-elects Ismail Haniyeh as supreme leader

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — The Islamic militant group Hamas on Sunday said it has re-elected its supreme leader. Ismail Haniyeh, who has been living in exile for the past two years, was given a new four-year term by the Shura Council, the Islamic group’s top decision-making body.

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Hamas re-elects Ismail Haniyeh as supreme leader

Israel and Hamas attacks in May could be war crimes, says rights body

HRW report focuses on three Israeli strikes that killed civilians during Gaza war Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas carried out attacks that could amount to war crimes during the latest round of hostilities in the Gaza Strip, a report from Human Rights Watch has found. The international rights watchdog’s investigation, published on Tuesday, focused mainly on three Israeli airstrikes that killed scores of civilians in areas where “there were no evident military targets”.

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Israel and Hamas attacks in May could be war crimes, says rights body

Israel-Gaza conflict: Apparent war crimes committed, says rights group

Israeli forces and Palestinian militant groups carried out attacks during May's Gaza conflict that apparently amount to war crimes, Human Rights Watch says. An investigation by the campaign group into what it says were three Israeli strikes that killed 62 civilians found no evidence of military targets nearby.

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Israel-Gaza conflict: Apparent war crimes committed, says rights group

Human Rights Watch Accuses Israel and Hamas of Apparent War Crimes

JERUSALEM - Human Rights Watch on Tuesday accused the Israeli military of carrying out attacks that "apparently amount to war crimes" during an 11-day war against the Hamas militant group in May. The international human rights organization issued its conclusions after investigating three Israeli airstrikes that it said killed 62 Palestinian civilians.

unitedkingdomnews.net ,  6d 1
Human Rights Watch Accuses Israel and Hamas of Apparent War Crimes

Ex-UN rights boss to head probe into Israel, Hamas alleged crimes

GENEVA, July 22 (Reuters) - Former United Nations human rights chief Navi Pillay will head an international commission of inquiry into alleged crimes committed during the latest conflict between Israel and the Islamist group Hamas in Gaza, the U.N.'s Human Rights Council said in a statement on Thursday.

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Ex-UN rights boss to head probe into Israel, Hamas alleged crimes

War's trauma apparent in portraits of Gazan children

Suzy Ishkontana clings to her new toys and clothes, but mostly to her dad. For hours, they were separated under the rubble of their family´s home. Now she cannot bear to be apart. More than two months have passed since rescue workers pulled the 7-year-old from the ruins, her hair matted and dusty, her face bruised and swollen.

dailymail.co.uk ,  12d 0
War's trauma apparent in portraits of Gazan children

Israel arrests dozens of Hamas-linked students in West Bank

JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel says it arrested "dozens" of Palestinian students in the occupied West Bank who are linked to the Hamas militant group. The military said late Wednesday that those arrested belong to a Hamas student group at Birzeit University and were "directly involved in terror activities, including money transfers, incitement and the organization of Hamas activities."

dailymail.co.uk ,  18d 9
Israel arrests dozens of Hamas-linked students in West Bank

Israel cracks down on Hamas's Bitcoin and Dogecoin wallets

Israeli says it is seizing cryptocurrency wallets owned by Hamas figures in the Gaza Strip Israel announced on Friday that it was cracking down on a "web of electronic wallets" used by Hamas in the Gaza Strip to raise cryptocurrency funds such as Bitcoin and Dogecoin. The Israeli defence ministry said that the Islamist group has been appealing for funds to rebuild "terrorist infrastructure" and its military assets in the wake of the Gaza conflict in May.

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Israel cracks down on Hamas's Bitcoin and Dogecoin wallets

Israel says it's targeting Hamas' cryptocurrency accounts

JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel said Thursday it will begin seizing cryptocurrency accounts used by the Palestinian Hamas group to raise money for its armed wing. Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz ordered security forces to seize the accounts after a joint operation "uncovered a web of electronic wallets" used by Hamas to raise funds using bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, the ministry said.

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Israel says it's targeting Hamas' cryptocurrency accounts

'World's first' AI drone swarm 'hunted down terrorist targets with no human input'

Military drone swarms developed by Israel were reportedly sent out to target Hamas terrorists during the recent 11-day conflict that saw 256 people killed in Gaza and 13 in Israel Israel has deployed the world's first-ever drone swarm in battle with the robots seeking out Hamas terrorists with no human input, claims say.

dailystar.co.uk ,  27d 2
'World's first' AI drone swarm 'hunted down terrorist targets with no human input'

Israel uses first-ever AI drone swarm in battle to hunt down and blitz Hamas terrorists with NO human input

ISRAEL used the first ever drone swarm deployed in battle to hunt down Hamas terrorists, it was reported. The drones have no human input but instead link together using artificial intelligence to seek out their targets. Hamas began firing rockets into Israel after protests by Palestinians in May, prompting an 11 day conflict in which 256 people were killed in Gaza and 13 in Israel.

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Israel uses first-ever AI drone swarm in battle to hunt down and blitz Hamas terrorists with NO human input

Palestinian political chaos prevents the potential for peace

Unfortunately, this interest doesn’t jibe with reality. The Palestinian political structure is in chaos. And it might soon get even worse. Fatah, the political movement that dominates the Palestinian Authority, rules those parts of the West Bank, known by some Israelis as Judea and Samaria, where the majority of Palestinians live.

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Palestinian political chaos prevents the potential for peace

Israel strikes Hamas sites in Gaza after renewed arson balloon attacks in south

After incendiary devices spark 2 fires on Friday and Saturday, the military targets a rocket launcher and a weapons factory in Palestinian enclave Israeli warplanes struck a Hamas rocket launcher and a weapons factory in the Gaza Strip Saturday night in response to a wave of arson balloon attacks launched at Israel from the coastal enclave over the weekend, the Israel Defense Forces said.

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Israel strikes Hamas sites in Gaza after renewed arson balloon attacks in south

Palestinian killed in W.Bank clash, retaliatory Israeli strikes in Gaza

JERUSALEM, July 3 (Reuters) - Israel's military said on Saturday that its aircraft launched retaliatory air strikes in the Gaza Strip and that its troops in the occupied West Bank shot a suspected Palestinian assailant, whom Palestinian officials said had been killed. An Israeli military spokesperson said that soldiers had been trying to disperse confrontations that erupted between Israeli settlers and Palestinians from a nearby village in the West Bank.

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Palestinian killed in W.Bank clash, retaliatory Israeli strikes in Gaza

Israel strikes Hamas site in Gaza over fire balloons - military

TEL AVIV/GAZA, July 2 (Reuters) - Israeli aircraft bombed a Hamas site in the Gaza Strip overnight in response to incendiary balloons launched from the Palestinian enclave, Israel's military said on Friday. There were no immediate reports of casualties from the Israeli strikes, which the military said targeted a weapons manufacturing site used by Hamas, Gaza's Islamist rulers.

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Israel strikes Hamas site in Gaza over fire balloons - military

Israel hits Gaza with airstrikes after more incendiary balloon launches

Hamas, the Islamist group that runs Israeli-blockaded Gaza, said the strikes hit training sites A g e n c e F r a n c e - P r e s s e Thu 1 Jul 2021 22.34 EDT Israel hit Islamist militant sites in Gaza with airstrikes on Friday in retaliation for incendiary balloon launches from the Palestinian enclave, in the latest unrest since a ceasefire ended May’s conflict.

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Israel hits Gaza with airstrikes after more incendiary balloon launches