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Hezbollah isn’t ready for a fight
Today, less than 15 percent of the organization's fighting force is ready and available for a military conflict with Israel.
Hamas’s troubles could be Israel’s gain
Despite Hamas’s efforts to project unity, it’s no secret that an epic struggle for control is raging within its ranks.
Knocking on Cairo’s door
Indeed, not only did the rocket fire take Hamas by surprise, the terrorist organization was also forced to pay a steep price for Iran’s capriciousness.
The facts belie the claims of ‘siege’
Despite declaring Gaza “hostile territory,” despite the military conflicts Israel waged against Hamas and other armed factions in Gaza, despite the unceasing terrorist activity waged from Gaza, Israel took care to allow 100 trucks carrying goods and fuel into Gaza every day.
Egypt holds the key
Egypt has managed to keep another war in the Gaza Strip at bay, despite Hamas and the other Palestinian factions’ repeated provocations and the growing number of Palestinian casualties in the weekly border-fence riots.
Umm al-Fahm, a capital of terrorism in Israel
Much like the funeral of other terrorists who came from the northern Israeli town, Ahmed Mohammed Hamid’s funeral was led by members of the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement, who incited the 1,000-strong crowd to riot.
Hamas got the message
As for deterrence, Hamas has come to understand that it cannot rely on kite terrorism and incendiary balloons forever, and as a result, has decided to suffice with the “achievement” of killing an IDF soldier on the border with sniper fire.
Hamas has failed
Many in Hamas admit the failure of the “March of Return” is directly related to Iran's sway.
Palestinian unity deal could allow Hamas leader to become PA president