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Palestinian factions: Temporary ceasefire ‘fragile,’ rests on Israel abiding by agreement to ease blockade
Ahmad Shehada and Marwan Mostafa | A fragile Egypt-brokered ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian factions in Gaza took hold Monday
Hamas rejects Egypt-brokered ceasefire terms ahead of Great March of Return anniversary
Ahmad Shehada and Thaier Oun | The Egypt delegation left Gaza on Thursday to deliver Hamas’ rejection of ceasefire terms to Israel
Hamas and Israel reach 10-day deescalation agreement to ‘test’ will for further negotiations
Ahmad Shehada and Marwan Mostafa | Hamas and Israel agreed to a 10-day deescalation on Friday after Egyptian mediation efforts
Egypt pushes for return to Hamas de-escalation in exchange for release of 4 Qassam Brigades members ‘missing’ since 2015
Ahmad Shehada and Thaier Oun | The development is a stark reversal, as Egypt has long refused to recognize the men's disappearance
As Egypt defends control of crumbling mediation efforts in Palestine, Hamas escalates on Israel border
Ahmad Shehada and Thaier Oun | Any hopes Hamas had for Egypt as a mediator were dashed after last week's visit to Cairo
Egypt expected to vote against US-drafted UN resolution condemning Hamas
Asmahan Soliman | Cairo intends to vote against an unprecedented US-drafted resolution, a source tells Mada Masr
After Gaza ceasefire, Egypt works to alleviate Hamas skepticism of Israeli commitment to truce
Ahmad Shehada and Thaier Oun | Hamas informs Egypt of its skepticism of Israel’s commitment to last week’s ceasefire agreement
Egyptian delegation to oversee Gaza-Israel de-escalation, monitor March of Return protest camps
An Egyptian delegation is set to head the weekly Great March of Return protests in Gaza on Friday
Last minute Egyptian delegation visit subdues Friday marches, de-escalates potential for war in Gaza
Ahmad Shehada | An Egyptian delegation's Thursday meeting with Hamas officials curbed likelihood of war in Gaza
 
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Opinion
Mohamed Seif El Nasr
On the psychology of Arab crowds and the ethics of boycott
Popular boycott and public opinion in the Arab world matter
Sahar Mandour
‘Treachery isn’t a perspective’: Boycotting Israel in Lebanon
The issue is not about feeding a burning desire to communicate with the enemy
Nael El Toukhy
We just feel it: On Jerusalem and the power of ideology
"We feel Jerusalem is our capital, so it is. Other people and complex narratives do not exist."
 
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News
Egypt hands over four Qassam Brigades members ‘missing’ since 2015 to Hamas
Impatient with temporary deescalation deal, Hamas demands immediate Qatari funding in meeting with Egyptian delegation
Egyptian state, media personalities deny authenticity of New York Times’ Jerusalem tapes
Activists call for Facebook blackout after accounts of Palestinian journalists disabled
Sisi’s interview with state newspapers: Economy, HR and Israel-Palestine
Israel shells Hamas positions in Gaza
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