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EU nations urge Israel to reconsider Palestinian village demolition

21 September, 2018

Eight EU nations have said they will 'not give up' on a two-state solution despite Israeli plans to demolish a Palestinian West Bank village.

Hamas forced to adapt as Arab solidarity fades

20 September, 2018

Comment: After Hamas' 2006 election victory, its leaders discovered Arab support was not as forthcoming as they'd expected, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Israel releases Palestinian poet jailed for 'online incitement'

20 September, 2018

Dareen Tatour who was charged with incitement to violence for posting a poem online calling Palestinians to 'resist', was released on Thursday.

Israel's planned Bedouin village demolition 'a war crime'

20 September, 2018

EU lawmakers expressed their commitment to opposing the demolition of Khan al-Ahmar, stressing that Israel's destruction of the Palestinian village constitutes a war crime.

Israeli forces kill Palestinian teenager in Gaza Strip

19 September, 2018

At least five Palestinians have been killed by Israeli military forces in the besieged Gaza Strip since Monday.

Barack Obama, 'lackey' of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood

19 September, 2018

Book review: NYT correspondent David Kirkpatrick's book is a revealing look at an ill-informed and bitterly divided Obama administration in the aftermath of Egypt's Arab Spring, writes Alain Gresh.

Gaza protests escalate after deal to ease blockade fails

19 September, 2018

An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire was reached in August after one of the biggest flare-ups in violence between Israel and Hamas since the 2014 war.

Al-Masry's gifted Gazan: This week in Middle Eastern football

19 September, 2018

Also: the Saudis go on a sacking spree, and Middle Eastern football giants come to a head in the Asian Champions League.

Abusing state power to quash Palestinian activism on campus

19 September, 2018

Comment: Pressuring universities to shut down activism when it challenges Israel's human rights record is turning our institutions into sites of censorship, writes Sahar Aziz.

Gulf states using Israeli spyware to target activists, minorities

19 September, 2018

Israeli-made spyware is being used by Gulf states to crack down on dissidents, a new report by Citizen Lab has revealed.

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