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The Mideast - every analyst’s worst nightmare

As conflicts in the region spill over into neighboring countries, Western experts are having a tough time keeping up with the dizzying pace of events.

Israel, PA compromise on frozen tax revenue

In end to crisis, Palestinians agree to sums withheld from tax revenues to offset debts to Israel Electric Company; the two sides will continue discussing future payment obligations.

A giant gap in Israeli consciousness

In 1951, a quarter of a million people were living in what was known as ma'abarot, 80 percent of them from Islamic lands. Most of the camps were dismantled by 1959. Ten forgotten years.

Sayed Kashua is back. And he has a credit problem.

In America you rent apartments through 'asset managers' who take money from you to check your credit history. If you have none, no lease.