'Layali al-Quds' is the first cultural festival in Jerusalem launched by 'Shafaq', also known as the Jerusalem Arts Network
Netanyahu tells security cabinet that Israel will not try to thwart the reconciliation pact, but will not recognize it either ■ Told Egypt, U.S. that deal doesn't change Israel's stance regarding peace talks
A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day. Who gets electricity and when?
While Gaza's electricity supply is still hostage to unresolved Hamas-Fatah tensions, the Al-Shifa hospital uses generators to keep its neo-natal intensive care unit operational. 'We've lost infants who could have been saved', its director says
The World Bank says it’s working with the Palestinian Authority to solve the problem, while the Israelis have built a dam in a stream in the south
The primary Israeli interest is the dismantling of Hamas’ military capability in Gaza. The question is whether Egypt is strong enough to help make that happen
Bennett has called for Israeli sanctions on the Palestinian Authority following the Hamas-Fatah deal, though it remains unclear whether Netanyahu wants to promote such a move
When Israel announces a lockdown of the occupied territories, it creates a false impression that the Palestinians normally have freedom of movement – that hasn't existed since January 1991
Opinion As Bethlehem's Mayor, I Ask: Why Are U.S. Christians Celebrating Israeli Policies Strangling Jesus' Birthplace?
The language of Netanyahu and his cabinet increasingly references a Bible-citing and religious, rather than political, war against the Palestinians. And American evangelicals are his enthusiastic foot-soldiers
Hamas and Fatah agreed to avoid unilateral actions that could disrupt their reconciliation – including terror attacks, rocket fire and diplomatic actions
Top Fatah committee to convene Sunday and discuss reconciliation agreement. Senior official: Deal will be implemented only if Palestinian Authority actually rules Gaza
Realizing plight of Gazans is hurting its standing, Hamas gives up administrative control, but until the occupation ends it won't lay down its arms
Thousands take to the streets of the Strip to celebrate but others wait, aware that Hamas and Fatah still need to reach agreement on several contentious issues
The desire not to return to an unstoppable deterioration in ties with Abbas, like the one that led to the 2014 war, is what led Hamas' decision on reconciliation
Analysis With Trump and al-Sissi Watching, Netanyahu Can Only Hope the Palestinians Will Thwart the Reconciliation Deal
The cautious restraint and diplomatic language of the Israeli response to the reconciliation deal between Fatah and Hamas are nothing less than amazing
Erekat, the secretary general of the PLO Executive Committee and a former chief negotiator, 'is in good condition,' Wafa reports
Palestinians across the political spectrum share celebratory words of hope, skepticism and plenty of kissy emojis
Palestinian Reconciliation Signed in Cairo: Abbas Hails Historic End of Division Between Hamas, Fatah
Palestinian Authority's Fatah will resume full control of the Gaza Strip by December in a unity government with Hamas
Israel Responds With Restraint to Palestinian Unity: 'We'll Follow Developments and Act Accordingly'
New Palestinian unity government must recognize Israel, disarm Hamas, as stipulated by Quartet, Israeli officials say, noting: 'Israel objects to any reconciliation that does not include these components'
Opinion In America, the Right to Boycott Israel Is Under Threat. This Is Why That's Cause for Concern
McCarthy era anti-Communist loyalty tests have been relegated to the dustbin of history. The same must apply to government requests that employees certify they're not engaged in a boycott of Israel