Fatah

Hamas Gives Up Control of Rafah Border Crossing

November 4, 2017

The move is a key step in the reconciliation process between Hamas and Fatah. Hamas scholar Imad Al-Soos discusses what to expect as the process moves forward

US and Israel Show UNESCO their Anti-Palestinian Bias

October 14, 2017

The U.S. and Israel are pulling out of UNESCO over what they call an ‘anti-Israel bias,’ but the move may actually underscore their bias towards basic Palestinian rights. Meanwhile, Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas have reached a new unity deal

Hamas and Fatah​ Meet in Gaza: Will They​ Strike a​ Unity​ Deal?

October 3, 2017

A number of regional changes have weakened Hamas, making the group more open to reconciliation with its Fatah rivals, says award-winning journalist Daoud Kuttab

Isolating Qatar and the Implications for Hamas and the People of Gaza

June 18, 2017

Qatar is an important supporter of Hamas and as the friction against Qatar grows in the region it will be difficult to deliver aid, the consequences for Hamas and the Gaza Strip will be severe, explains Imad Alsoos of the Free University of Berlin

Palestine

June 17, 2017
Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu says the power cut to Gaza is fault of Palestinian Authority, but actually is result of a power play between Abbas and Netanyahu in the run-up to peace negotiations explains TRN’s Shir Hever

Ceasefire between Israel and Gaza Extended but Talks Stall on Lifting Blockade

August 13, 2014

Journalist Allison Deger explains what Israel and Hamas expect to achieve from the negotiations and why Israel continues to fear a unity agreement between Hamas and Fatah

Yousef Alhelou Reporting From Gaza

September 17, 2013
Palestinians are united in opposing any foreign-led intervention in Syria, including a possible US actions

Religious Fundamentalism Growing in Gaza

May 6, 2013

Hamas is under extreme pressure from small Salafi extremist groups to impose Islamic and Sharia law