For the first time, Hamas has published information on an Israeli-Bedouin held in captivity since 2015 in an effort to revitalize negotiations of a prisoner swap with Israel.
On Saturday, Hezbollah claimed responsibility for launching three drones towards the disputed Karish gas field.
Ismail Haniyeh and other Hamas officials met with Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah to discuss strengthening ties between the two Iran-backed militant organizations.
Renewed clashes in the West Bank Friday morning resulted in the deaths of militants belonging to al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
A rising trend in Palestinian militant activity in the West Bank has been ongoing since last year. Nascent organizations have been established as a method to counter IDF troops operating in the West Bank.
On Tuesday the U.S. Treasury targeted a Hamas official and other key financial facilitators in a move to limit the jihadist organization’s illicit financial networks around the globe.
An IRGC colonel reportedly involved in plans to kill Israelis abroad was assassinated Sunday afternoon in Tehran.
Host Bill Roggio is joined by FDD Senior Vice President for Research Jonathan Schanzer and Long War Journal’s Joe Truzman to discuss some of the latest and most pressing news from Israel — including the death of Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh.
According to the Associated Press, the United States is set to delist several terrorist organizations from its list of FTOs. The delisting includes a Gaza-based Salafist-jihadist organization called Mujahideen Shura Council of Jerusalem.
An Al-Jazeera journalist and a YAMAM counter-terrorism officer are the latest victims in clashes between Palestinian militant groups and Israeli security forces in the West Bank.
After six weeks of high-profile terrorist attacks in Israel that have left 18 dead, Hamas’ role in the wave of terrorism is becoming increasingly prominent.
Adding to the uptick in rocket fire from Gaza, suspected Palestinian militants fired a projectile from Lebanon that exploded in northern Israel Monday morning.
Amid clashes at Al-Aqsa Mosque and curbing the recent wave of high-profile terrorist attacks, Israel responded with airstrikes in Gaza after two nights of rockets attacks by Palestinian militant groups.
Hamas and other Palestinian militant groups provoked clashes at Al-Aqsa Mosque in order to destabilize the already tense security situation left in the wake of four high-profile terrorist attacks in Israel.
Palestinian militant factions in the West Bank have responded aggressively to IDF raids and have exploited recent terror wave in Israel.
A string of high-profile terrorist attacks continues in Israel as a gunman kills two people and injures others on a busy street in Tel Aviv Thursday evening.
Israel deals with its third attack in seven days in what appears to be the beginning of a new wave of terrorism.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a shooting attack in Hadera, Israel that left two Israeli border patrol officers dead.
Despite the DOJ and Israeli government efforts to curb Hamas’ cryptocurrency network, the organization continues to solicit donations online from its supporters.
The IRGC claimed in a statement that it attacked a “Zionist” site in Erbil, Iraq Sunday morning as a response to previous Israeli operations against its interests.
Iran-backed Houthis published a Hezbollah-style video warning Israel and demonstrating military training that its militants undergo.
West Bank militant groups have reorganized and established the Hizam al-Nar Joint Operations Room to disrupt IDF military activity.
Australia announced its intent to designate Hamas in entirety as a terrorist organization.
Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip launched military maneuvers this week to strengthen its coordinated attacks against Israel.
Al-Nasser Salah al-Din Brigades’ spokesperson talks about the support the group receives from Iran, Hezbollah and the IRGC.
Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades’ spokesperson, Abu Jamal, describes the group’s relationship with Iran and the IRGC.
Hamas acknowledges three militants killed during the Gaza conflict in May were members of a specialized naval unit.
Suicide bombers from al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades make an appearance at a ceremony in the West Bank Friday night.
The May conflict in Gaza and the recent escape of militants from an Israeli prison have spurred militant groups to become more active in the West Bank.
Under the guise of civilian protest, Palestinian factions have waged a military campaign at the Gaza border for more than three years in order to pressure Israel into financial concessions.