Tensions between West Bank's Fatah and Gaza's Hamas mar first Palestinian exercise in democracy in a decade.
A jury last year awarded $218 million to Americans affected by Palestinian terror attacks that have killed Americans. The award was automatically tripped under the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Nearly a decade and a half after he began serving multiple life sentences for his role in the killings of the second intifada, Marwan Barghouti is still seen – among most Palestinians, many Israelis and world leaders – as the man who could lead his people to independence. Through a mediator, Barghouti tells Haaretz that he remains a staunch proponent of the two-state solution and that he intends to run for Palestinian president should elections be held.
Sources close to Abbas says Israel is too busy worrying about PA not condemning recent terror attacks instead of preventing them.
In a statement, the PLO says it has become clear the accusations against the rabbis are 'baseless,' and the Palestinian president didn't intend to offend Jewish people.
PLO condemns construction plan for some 15,000 housing units over the Green Line. Municipality: Project involves employment zone, not homes.
Israel's testosterone-happy generals are inculcating their legacy of mostly needless operations to fifth-graders. The results? Maybe by 18 they won't ask any questions.
Allegations that former Swiss minister covertly offered diplomatic assistance to PLO for halting attacks on Swiss targets is untrue, according to an investigation.
Yossi Beilin is enthusiastic but twists facts. The Palestinian leadership will not entertain the idea of interim borders that would allow Israel to continue its process of annexing occupied territory.
Italian politicians who viewed sealed diplomatic cables say they could shed light on 1980 train-station bombing and plane explosion.