Despite the president's declarations, some in the West Bank believe not much will really change. The personal rivalries that won't go away will continue to be detrimental to the Palestinian struggle
Arab Israeli conflict
Representatives of the organization in the region cautioned Israel against trampling children's rights, calling on it to act responsibly with Palestinian minors as 'the occupying power'
Soldiers eventually intervened, but no arrests were made in what Palestinians claim is the latest incident of settler violence since this week's deadly terror attack that claimed a rabbi's life
I've believed in the two-state solution for over 40 years, but I fear it's fast becoming an illusion. Israelis and Palestinians are careening towards a one-state reality that carries extremely dangerous risks for both sides
When advertisers used Arabic to advertise a new season of Fauda, they confirmed a new clich – the greater the incitement, the better
Much-hyped anniversaries and events sank into obscurity last year; the Jerusalem issue triggered only rote responses. This year will be the same: the world is watching more incendiary conflicts elsewhere. It's us and the Palestinians, home alone
After all the talk of a geopolitical love affair, when Riyadh bans the entry of Israeli chess players, it's time to sober up: the Saudis aren't the saviors of Mideast peace - and they'll never normalize relations with the Jewish state
Palestinian president said Friday that he would not accept any American peace initiative due to Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital
In October 2016, Murad Rajbi hit one man with his motorcycle — breaking his ankle, thumb and hand — and looked for people with a religious Jewish appearance to stab
How Mike Pence's Mideast Trip to Help Embattled Christians Evolved Into a Visit Devoid of Christians
Pence originally said his trip to Israel and Egypt was envisioned as a show of solidarity with persecuted Christians. So why isn't there a single Christian on his itinerary?