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The attack on the issue of refugees and Jerusalem comes in the context of implementing the mechanisms of the deal of the century.

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As Ive written in this column several times before, the Palestinian Authority is, at best, a misnomer. It is neither particularly Palestinian nor even remotely authoritative.

Within its long-term Judaization projects of the Jerusalem in general and the Old City of Jerusalem in particular, following the US administration's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the Israeli occupation State and move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the so-called Israeli municipality in Jerusalem accelerates it steps and plans to establish a park in the Mount of Olives to link the two Jews settlement in the Al-Toor neighborhood in the city.

Israel remains the only UN member state which has never declared where its borders are. In fact, it has refused to demarcate any borders due to the Zionist intention to colonize the whole of historic Palestine. For less desirable requirements, however, it does not hesitate to apply a temporary suspension of its agenda, recognize separate areas and impose additional hardships on Palestinians.

Israel remains the only UN member state which has never declared where its borders are. In fact, it has refused to demarcate any borders due to the Zionist intention to colonize the whole of historic Palestine. For less desirable requirements, however, it does not hesitate to apply a temporary suspension of its agenda, recognize separate areas and impose additional hardships on Palestinians.

Within its long-term Judaization projects of the Jerusalem in general and the Old City of Jerusalem in particular, following the US administrations decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the Israeli occupation State and move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the so-called Israeli municipality in Jerusalem accelerates it steps and plans to establish a park in the Mount of Olives to link the two Jews settlement in the Al-Toor neighborhood in the city.

Israel installs concrete checkpoints at Old City gate

  • 2018-02-15
  • By Mustafa Abu Sneineh
  • Reading : 30

Israel is installing permanent checkpoints at a key entrance to Jerusalem's Old City in order to keep Palestinians with already limited access out.

Shababeek: Opening the Window to Palestinian Refugees

  • 2018-02-14
  • By Ramzy Baroud
  • Reading : 45

Following the signing of the Oslo agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1993, Palestinian refugees vanished off the radar. The most pressing of all issues pertaining to the decades-long struggle and suffering of Palestinians became the least relevant, most marginalized.

The White House has dismissed statements by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding discussions with the US about Israels annexation ambitions. Within the larger framework, this latest diplomatic dispute does not carry much weight. In his usual vague commentary, US President Donald Trump has said he is not necessarily sure that Israel is looking to make peace. Between the denial of discussions with Netanyahu and Trumps statement there is merely a reflection of allowing the same violations to be repeated, while holding nothing of value for Palestinians.

In his address to the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, Guterres spoke a sliver of truth: As we all know, the question of Palestine is inextricably linked with the history of United Nations and is one of the longest unresolved issues on our agenda. Lest a sliver of false hope is ignited, Guterres reiterated that there is no plan B to the two-state compromise. His ending remarks comprise of: A two-state solution is the only way to achieve the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people and secure a sustainable solution to the conflict.

In August 2002, two years into the Second Intifada, Israeli forces closed in on a local Hamas leader in the West Bank village of Tubas near Jenin.