Tag Archives: Palestine

Fifty Years of Immoral Occupation of Palestine

If the Israelis and the Palestinians learned to live in peace, it would usher in a renaissance the likes of which has never been seen before.

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Amidst the War, Find Music on the West Bank

Hidden within Palestine’s contested West Bank, one man brings joy through music to the local people.

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The Truth About Israel’s National Security

There can be no safety without a peace deal.

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Who Bosses Whom? Israel Vs. the United States

The problem today is that the United States has too much influence on Israel, not the other way around.

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Israel: No Crystal Ball for Election Outcome

Who joins Israel’s next coalition might matter more than who leads it.

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Francis as the First Post-Western Pope

What is the new Pope’s strategy for the Middle East?

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EU Can’t Sanction? Try Israel

The BDS movement has raised a serious prospect of European sanctions against Israel.

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Gaza: Scenes of Human Tenacity

Young people hold on to the future, even as conflict surrounds them.

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The U.S.-Israel-Iran Triangle

What options do the United States and Israel have for dealing with a nuclear Iran?

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Palestine and the Fayyad Difference

Does Salam Fayyad’s plan for Palestine offer an exit from the Israel-Palestine conflict?

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