Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed his country will not tolerate the firing of rockets from Gaza into Israeli terrority. He has even threatened to expand operations despite warnings from regional leaders.
A study by Tel Aviv University has shown rising anti-Semitism in some European countries, notably the UK. DW asked Jonathan Boyd, a UK expert for Jewish affairs, whether he could confirm its findings.
Despite Israeli premier Netanyahu's comparisons between IS and Hamas, Gaza's armed groups reject the prospect of the militant organization's growth in the narrow coastal enclave. Patrick Strickland reports from Gaza.
Benjamin Netanyahu says the Palestinian Authority should cut out Gaza Strip rulers Hamas and engage Israel in "genuine" peace talks. The prime minister has begun laying the groundwork for forming his next government.
The US and Israel have boycotted a UN Human Rights Council session on the Palestinian territories. The council is probing a 50-day war in Gaza that killed more than 2,200 people, mostly Palestinian civilians.