In the most widespread attacks so far in the coastal enclave, IDF reports 70 targets were struck in Gaza through the night.
30 people were killed in the assaults from air, land and sea, according to Gaza residents.
By Yoav Zitun
The IDF renewed airstrikes and artillery fire at the Gaza Strip Tuesday, hitting the Strip’s main power plant and cutting electricity to many parts of Gaza, indicating hopes of a swift end to 22 days of fighting were unlikely to actualize.
Haniyeh: ‘My house is not more valuable than the houses of other people.’
IAF aircraft hit Tuesday the house of Hamas Gaza leader Ismail Haniyeh before dawn on Tuesday, causing damage but no casualties, Gaza’s interior ministry said, as well as government offices and the headquarters of the Hamas satellite TV station. Continue Reading »
Palestinian parliament member says on Al Aqsa TV that Allah commands Muslims to kill all infidels when you can’t subjugate them.
By Israel Today Staff
A Hamas member of the Palestinian parliament said in a recent televised address that Palestinian Muslims must either subdue or massacre the Jews, and that genuine, long-lasting peace with the infidels is not achievable.
Hamas supporters rally in Gaza to mark the 10th anniversary of the assassination of the group’s founder, Sheikh Ahmed Yassin – Photo source: Israel Today
Speaking on Hamas’ Al Aqsa TV, MP Yunis Al-Astal explained that in the Quran, Allah taught the Muslims that “they [the Jews] are the ones with whom you made a covenant, but they break their covenant every time.” Continue Reading »
NEW YORK – The Newseum, a media museum in Washington D.C., has stood by its decision to include two Palestinian ‘terrorists’ on its list honoring journalists killed in the line of duty.
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Newseum upholds Palestinian terrorists decision. – Photo: JTA
A spokesperson for the museum said the two, who died in an Israeli airstrike on their vehicle in Gaza last November, would remain on its roll of slain reporters despite protests from Israel’s embassy in Washington.
“Hussam Salama and Mahmoud Al-Kumi were cameramen in a car clearly marked “TV.”’