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On April 7, The New York Times called the Hamas-led weekly riots at Israel’s border fence “a tentative experiment with nonviolent protest.” A week later, the Times noted the incongruity of Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, a terrorist group known for using “suicide bombs, rockets and attack tunnels” to attack Israel, standing...

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Following the deaths of a reported 62 rioters, 50 of whom were claimed as members of Hamas, during riots on Monday, the United Nations Human Rights Council voted to initiate an investigation into the killing of the rioters by Israeli forces, The Times of Israel reported Friday. Twenty-nine council members voted for the...

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In an interview with Al Jazeera, the Gaza head of Hamas, Yahya Sinwar said that the point of the Great March of Return, the name Hamas has given to the weekly riots at the border fence with Israel, was “to turn that which is most dear to us – the...

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A Gazan, who infiltrated into Israel and was captured, told his interrogators that Hamas would deliberately send women and children to the front line with the sole purpose to maximize civilian casualties and deflect from the poor leadership in the coastal enclave, Ynet reported Thursday. The man said the reason...

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Israel’s intelligence minister said that Egypt warned Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh during a brief visit to Cairo on Sunday that Egypt “knows and has proof” that Hamas was funding the Gaza riots and sending civilians to the border fence to serve “as living ammunition, women and children instead of shells...

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In a clip released by Israel, an official of Hamas, the terrorist group that exercises complete political and military control over the Gaza Strip, acknowledged that 50 of those killed during Monday’s violent riots belonged to Hamas. Salah Bardawil told an interviewer that of the “62 people martyred, 50 were...

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Over 50,000 Gazans participated in Hamas-led riots along the Israeli-Gaza border on Monday. In the chaos of events, and in response to blatant violations of Israel’s sovereignty, Israel was forced to defend her border, resulting in the deaths of dozens of Palestinian rioters. The death toll rose to 60 overnight,...

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The White House has blamed Hamas, the terrorist organization that exercises complete political and military control over the Gaza Strip, for the deadly clashes along the Israeli-Gaza border on Monday, The Times of Israel reported. The Trump administration fully backed Israel’s response to the riots, describing the deaths of 52...

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Some of the estimated 15,000 rioters threw rocks and grenades at Israeli troops near the border fence with Gaza in the seventh straight week of Hamas-led riots, The Jerusalem Post reported Friday. Rioters near the border fence with Israel reportedly threw grenades, pipe bombs, and rocks at soldiers. The IDF...

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In an apparent threat to Israel, the leader of Hamas, the Gaza-based terrorist organization, said that next week’s riots at the border fence with Israel would be “decisive,” The Times of Israel reported Thursday. The Hamas-led riots, which had originally been described as non-violent, involve rioters attempting to tear down the...

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