Prisoner swap could free
kidnapped Israeli soldier
held by Hamas
Flotilla crisis: Cairo reopens Gaza border but continues its underground wall
Dozens of Palestinians have clashed with Israeli police after tensions in East Jerusalem came to a head
Robert Fox on the parallels
between this assassination
and the 1997 attempt to
kill Khaled Mashal
As Hamas and Israel negotiate the finer details of his release, why is Gilad Shalit so important?
Despite rave reviews in the US, Paul McGeough’s book about a failed Mossad assassination attempt has been ignored by British media
Gaza could have been a ‘Dubai on the Mediterranean’ with its huge gas reserves if Hamas had not been frozen out of a deal
The ultra-right-wing tough-talking ex-bouncer could force his way into Israel’s government
Israel’s ban on journalists in the Gaza Strip has led to skewed information on both sides in the crisis
The Battle of the Blogosphere has seen both sides in the Gaza conflict use hoax videos to show the ‘beastly’ behaviour of their enemies
Despite international calls for a ceasefire, Israel’s campaign against Hamas has intensified
At least 40 people die after Israelis strike a UN-run school in Jabalya
After a week of air attacks on Gaza, Irsaeli forces swept into the territory on Saturday night.
The promise to bring all their soldiers home hampers Israeli war tactics and makes the invasion of Gaza a huge political risk
Israeli soldiers mass on the border with Gaza on Saturday night as the much anticipated ground offensive against the region's Hamas rulers began.
By condoning this assault, Western governments are once again colluding with Israeli atrocities and inviting further atrocities in the future
Israel has the unimpeachable right to defend its citizens in the firing line. To demand that it should refrain from doing so is callous and cruel