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Qatar agrees to buy $12m in fuel for Gaza power plant - The Times of Israel

The Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, center, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, left, and Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, right, arrive to sign an agreement in Doha, Qatar, February 6, 2012. (AP/Osama Faisal, File). Qatar has agreed to ...and more »

Hamas, Islamic State resume close cooperation despite pressure from Cairo - The Times of Israel

Hamas security forces patrol along the Gaza-Egypt border, April 14, 2016 in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip. (Said Khatib/AFP). Cooperation between Gaza's Hamas rulers and Islamic State's affiliate in Sinai has decreased noticeably in recent weeks ...and more »

Gaza energy crisis: Arrests and rallies as Hamas and Fatah trade blame - Middle East Eye

Hamas authorities in Gaza reportedly arrested 30 people on Friday morning following Thursday's angry protests against weeks of electricity shortages, and held counter-demonstrations blaming Fatah for the crisis. Hamas on Friday organised its own ...and more »

Mass protest in Gaza against Hamas amid electricity crisis - Ynetnews

Severe electrical shortages in Gaza energizes thousands to take to the northern streets of strip, sparking arrests and prompting Hamas to respond with live rounds fired into the air; Residents currently receive just 3-4 hours of electricity per day ...and more »

Angry protests in Gaza over crippling power shortages - BBC News

This week security forces of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas have arrested dozens of Gaza residents for participating in protests against cuts to the electricity supply. Tensions and anger are now rising in the Gaza Strip as many are without ...and more »

Gazans Struggle in 10th Year of Israeli Blockade - Truth-Out

Young men watch the sunset from a destroyed building situated near the Mediterranean Sea in the Gaza Strip, May 29, 2015. (Photo: Wissam Nassar / The New York Times). A father and his two daughters were three of the first Palestinians to suffer ...and more »

Eyeing Northern Front, Israeli Army Sets Up 'Hezbollah Units' - Haaretz

Israeli training bases now have tunnels to simulate combat situation in Gaza, while 'red forces' will be armed to look and act like Lebanese terror group, in order to train troops to fight Hezbollah. Gili Cohen. Jan 16, 2017 1:01 AM. 0comments Print ...and more »

10000 Gazans Defy Hamas In Rare Protest Against Electricity Shortages - Newsweek

Hamas protest Palestinians chant slogans in protest at the ongoing electricity crisis in Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip on January 12. Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty. Share. World Hamas Gaza. Thousands of Gazans took to the streets on ...and more »

Hamas to Blame for Gaza Electricity Crisis, Top IDF General Says - Haaretz

Coordinator in the territories Maj. Gen Yoav Mordechai says Israel supplies Gaza with 122 megawatts of power and 350 million liters of fuel on an ongoing basis. Jack Khoury. Jan 13, 2017 2:46 PM. 0comments Print Zen Subscribe now · Shareshare on ...and more »

Latin America's turn to the right: implications for Palestine - Open Democracy

Over the past year a number of Latin American elections resulted in victories for the right. What does this political change mean for the Palestinian cause? Aymara women march holding posters with a message that reads in Spanish; "Bolivia condemns ...and more »