Ali Abunimah, the founder of Electronic Intifada, quoted Israeli officer Anshel Pfeffer who said Hamas was no longer ”melting away like in the past,” but rather fighting with new equipment and tactics.
On Monday, US Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the United States is providing $47 million to help address the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
Palestinian Ambassador in Cairo Jamal al-Choubaki said medical patients, foreign passport holders and Gazans injured by Israel's ongoing onslaught will be allowed to cross the border.
In its statement, the Palestinian Journalists Union asserted that Israel had carried out 37 intentional attacks on journalists and media institutions since July 7, when it began its onslaught on the blockaded Gaza Strip.
Video footage shows Israeli snipers shooting at civilians and aid workers in the Gaza Strip.
At least 509 Palestinians have been killed and more than 3150 injured in unrelenting Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since July 7.
Qassam brigades spokesman Abu Ubaidah said that the group managed to hold soldier Shaul Aaron hostage during clashes in the Gaza Strip.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights has previously said Israeli strikes on Gaza may break international laws banning the targeting of civilians.
Historian Selim al-Mabyad said the Shujaya neighborhood in eastern Gaza witnessed the birth of most Palestinian resistance factions.
On Sunday, Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan fiercely criticized Israel's offensive in Gaza, comparing it to atrocities carried out by Adolf Hitler during World War Two.
The International Business Forum and Turkish conservative business bloc MUSIAD slammed the massacre of innocent civilians in the Gaza Strip.
Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian doctor who volunteers at the overburdened Shifa hospital in the Gaza Strip, has written a letter addressing US president Barack Obama.
The army said that its troops had targeted 1302 sites in the Gaza Strip since the beginning of its ground operation in Gaza on Thursday.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas arrived in Doha on Sunday.
Clashes were reported in the cities of Ramallah, Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus and Tulkarm, in addition to Qalandia and Jalazone refugee camps as well as East Jerusalem.
Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve justified bans in Paris, the Sarcelles suburb and the Mediterranean city of Nice by saying the security risk was too great, prompting outrage from left-wing and pro-Palestinian groups.
According to Israeli reports, 11 soldiers have been injured since the ground incursion of Gaza began.
The restrictions come as Israeli forces continued their ground assault on the Gaza Strip following eleven days of air and naval bombardment.
At least 260 Palestinians have been killed in the unrelenting Israeli airstrikes.
UEFA made decisions on the current security and political situations in Israel, Ukraine and Russia.
The culprits, all from the West Bank settlement of Adam, admitted to beating and burning 16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khdair to death in Jerusalem on July 2.