Topic:

Gaza Strip

Is Hamas Being Tamed?

| November 21, 2019

The wedge between Hamas and Islamic Jihad in the recent Gaza conflagration is a clear sign that Israel is deepening divisions between the two terror groups. Nevertheless, the payoffs to Hamas enhance its firepower in possible future rounds, meaning that Israel has to reduce the payoffs as much as possible rather than as the center-left suggests, show largess towards Gaza.

Lessons of the Gaza Conflagration

| November 14, 2019

The latest flare-up in Gaza – a direct corollary of the Oslo Accords and the 2005 unilateral withdrawal from the Strip – is a sad testament to the limits of Israeli power and a forewarning against repeating the same mistakes in the West Bank.

Gaza Conflagration Highlights the Differences between Hamas and Islamic Jihad

| November 13, 2019

Unlike Islamic Jihad, both Hamas and Israel have an interest in keeping the present round of hostilities short. The question is whether in the fog of battle, the two sides will succeed in achieving their mutual goal.

Palestinian Islamic Jihad Agitates for Violence in the Gaza Strip

| November 6, 2019

Israel seeks to prevent a powder keg from detonating on the southern border as it prioritizes the more threatening front up north.