PM meets with Egyptian president; Egyptian officials tell Haaretz there is anger in Cairo over Lieberman's recent call to sever ties with Gaza.
Gaza's Hamas rulers claim that women smoking water pipes (nargilas) violates tradition and leads to divorce.
In Hamas negotiations, the most radical voice in the group dictates its position. Without the agreement of the military wing's chief, there's no possibility of a deal.
Mubarak is expected to stress to Netanyahu that Egypt will not accept any attempt to burden it with responsibility for Gaza.
Emine Erdogan tells PA paper that she is not usually prone to responding on political matters, but 'Peres pushed me to my limits, as he constantly lies.'
The multitude of car dealerships springing up in cities like Nablus and Jenin reflect the economic growth that is taking place in the West Bank.
Israel and Egypt say humanitarian supplies will be sent overland to Gaza Strip
The Palestine International Festival will kick off with British-Palestinian singer Shadia Mansour in Bethlehem on Monday.
What the PA may be doing to keep the darker side of its much lauded popular protest against the West Bank separation fence out of public view.