Palestinian Arab and Israeli journalists met in Cyprus to discuss their competing narratives. The Arab journalists "took part at their own risk," as the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate bans such meetings as "normalization."
Hajj is coming up, and pilgrims from Gaza are trying to iron out their passport issues to be able to travel to Saudi Arabia. In the past, Hamas terrorists often used Hajj as a means to travel to Iran to get cash and weapons training.
The Libyan ship meant to break the blockade is scheduled to arrive in Gaza on Wednesday afternoon, according to a Hamas spokesman.
The Al Aqsa Foundation not only makes a stink when Jews peacefully visit the Temple Mount, but also when they stay outside the gates.
German journalists were given tours of the Hamas Koran-based summer camps.
Palestine Today has another news story about Islamic Jihad summer camps, where the kids are taught "the culture of resistance and resilience, and links to the land and holy places which are being Judaized and raped by gangs of Zionist terrorism."