‘In the name of Fatah’
Tayseer Abu Sneineh killed six people before winning the mayorship
‘If tomorrow you shoot, they’ll say you signed an agreement’
Israel’s neighbors are using the death of her children as an excuse to break out into song and dance.
Given John Kerry’s dithering, the House needs to send a strong message to the administration.
‘What the Palestinian people really want is a genuine end to the division’
The Palestinian President warns he may dissolve self-rule and ask Israel to resume full control of the West Bank if peace talks fail
Stephen Schwartz, executive director of the Center for Islamic Pluralism, said many Muslims question the placement of the mosque
Rep. Doug Lamborn is gathering signatures to prevent the deportation of the former spy for Israel to the West Bank
Huddled in a tent near the mound of rubble that used to be his home, Eissa al-Sidudi says out loud what many Gazans would only mutter in private: Hamas has gone too far
On April 19, Pakistan’s president signed into law sweeping constitutional reforms that will strip him of many of his powers. It was a bold move aimed at restoring a healthy balance of power and thus strengthen the voice of the people through the elected National Assembly
Violence has spread across both Palestinian territories in recent weeks. A new Palestinian intifada, or uprising, may be under way. If it takes off, Washington’s policymakers must know that it is ultimately Iran that will benefit
When the subject of Iran arises, there is a final consideration one hopes Prime Minister Netanyahu will bring up with President Obama tomorrow
Obama admits his administration overestimated its ability to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to engage in negotiations which run contrary to each side’s domestic politics