So far today, six Qassams were fired from Gaza into Israel, but at least one of them landed near Gaza's Beit Lahia, seriously injuring a 65-year old man.
A leader of the Army of Islam in Gaza was abducted by Hamas two days ago, tortured and killed.
Egyptian president Mubarak was revealed to have referred to Rafah a few weeks ago as "Egypt's border with Iran."
The International Federation of Journalists condemned Hamas for intimidating journalists and restricting freedom of the press.
Gaza bakeries went on strike today, demanding to be able to raise the price of bread.
The 2006 Palestinian Arab self-death count has risen to 46.
UPDATE: Two more terrorist bodies were found from a tunnel collapse last week. 48.