Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Strip have announced two days of strike in protest at a recent Israeli act of aggression, which sank a fishing boat and left one of their fellows missing.
Egyptian military forces have demolished a dozen tunnels between the country's Sinai Peninsula and the Palestinian Gaza Strip, which have been used by Gazans to bring basic needs into the blockaded territory.
Israel's spy agency Mossad has been accused of masterminding the assassination of a Tunisian aviation engineer with reported ties to a Palestinian resistance group.
A court in Turkey has ruled that litigation must be dropped against four Israeli military officials over a commando raid that killed 10 Turkish humanitarian aid workers in 2010.
The Palestinian Fatah movement has re-appointed President Mahmoud Abbas as the head of the political party during a congress in the West Bank city of Ramallah.
Palestinian people have burnt pictures of US President Barack Obama, Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu and Shimon Peres in Gaza Strip.
The President of the Palestinian Authority (PA) Mahmoud Abbas and the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shook hands and exchanged brief words at Shimon Peres’ funeral on Friday.
Shimon Peres, who passed away Wednesday aged 93 after suffering a stroke on 13 September, epitomized the disparity between Israel’s image in the West and the reality of its bloody, colonial policies in Palestine and the wider region.
Israeli military aircraft have carried out three air strikes against areas in the Gaza Strip in yet another act of aggression against the besieged coastal territory.
Israeli forces fired shells in the northern Gaza Strip on Tuesday, targeting what they claimed were Hamas positions.