Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas lashed out at Jews, Israel, Europe's leaders and U.S. President Donald Trump in a two-hour speech full of bile and embittered regret.
It is another anxious Christmas for the inhabitants of Bethlehem. This is the time of year when they have a chance to break out of an isolation enforced in concrete since Israel enclosed the town with a "separation wall" more than a decade ago.
The US has maintained the fiction for decades of being an even-handed mediator between Israel and the Palestinians. This week, President Donald Trump finally junked this tired, old canard by agreeing to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem from its curre
Zionist righteous indignation would be a lot more convincing if it wasn't covered with so much crap.
The reconciliation agreement signed between rival Palestinian parties, Hamas and Fatah, in Cairo on October 12 was not a national unity accord – at least, not yet.
International police organisation backs Palestinian membership by 75-24 votes despite determined Israeli opposition
The cynicism displayed by Mahmoud Abbas' recent visit to Washington, DC can only be appreciated when considering the incredible acts of self sacrifice taken by Palestinians imprisoned in Israeli jails who at the time of writing this, have been on a
I have a confession to make: I like Marwan Barghouti.
----as he tries to jump-start Middle East peace process
The report comes as Israeli officials have been warning of the likelihood of another round of hostilities
During World War II, when German bombers terrorized Britain, a small group of gallant airmen faced them every day. Their life expectancy was numbered in days.
So how could Trump as president benefit Palestinians in any way? Simply put: clarity. And end to Washingtonian doublespeak would be good for Palestine.
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When my parents married in Germany, just before World War I, among the gifts was a document attesting that a tree had been planted in their name in Palestine.
Zionism was a revolutionary idea. It proposed that the "Jewish people" should create a new Jewish entity in the land of Palestine.