The American warning to shutter the Palestinian mission in D.C. unless Ramallah enters negotiations with Israel is 'unprecedented,' Nabil Abu Rudeineh says
While disagreements over the Strip's security arrangements remain, the crossing has been opened temporarily for 'humanitarian reasons'
Majid Faraj's meetings with Hamas officials concern PA demands for security control of the Gaza Strip, including border crossings
When Jerusalem Needs to Talk to Riyadh: This Saudi Newspaper Is Israel's Backchannel to the Arab World
London-based Saudi news site has interviewed a handful of Israelis on Iran and regional issues, most recently bringing the head of the Israeli army to Gulf readers
Senior Hamas official says Mohammed Zawahri was under close Mossad surveillance for four months before he was killed in December 2016
Wednesday was set to be the reopening of the Strip's main crossing with Egypt, an unlikely event given Hamas and Fatah remain in deadlock over security issues
Bentzi Gopstein is head of extremist group Lehava who gained notoriety for using threat of violence against Arab men they suspected of having relations with Jewish women
OECD's Angel Gurria told Arab lawmakers that he was worried by the slow progress of attempts to integrate Arab women and young Arab men into Israel's job market
Embroiled in a dispute with Hamas over control in Gaza, the Palestinian president is trying to drum up support and economic aid from the Saudis, official tells Haaretz
Tearful Saad Hariri promises to return to Lebanon: 'I am here with the clear message that Lebanon comes first'