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The official leadership has begun a new chapter of free concessions in a futile bet that the solution is coming from Trump's administration.

The costs of Israeli- Palestinian conflict pdf

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Trump's return to the previous administration's files, confirms the extension of the US track on the settlement.

The 66 anniversary of Nakba

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A recent poll revealed moderation on short-term political issues, but persistent maximalist aspirations against Israel in the long term, so the Trump administration should shape its engagement accordingly.

Surprising results from a highly credible new survey in the West Bank and Gaza conducted May 16-26, 2017, demonstrate that Palestinians are often more moderate than their leaders on short-term political issues -- such as "pay for slay" bonuses for terrorists, a U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem, or Hamas attacks on Israel.

THE SURPRISING OPINIONS OF PALESTINIANS

  • 2017-06-11
  • By David Pollock
  • Reading : 30

New polling data indicates that West Bank and Gaza residents are not as hostile to President Trump's posture as Americans probably assume.

It is still not clear how difficult the Gulf crisis will be now that Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have started their boycott of Qatar, but it is clear that developments are unprecedented, rolling and open to all scenarios. It is also clear that Hamas and the Palestinian cause are at the heart of the storm.

Tracking the trends of the Palestinian cause since 1967: Looking forward

  • 2017-06-08
  • by Al-Shabaka Executive Director Nadia Hijab and policy adviser Mouin Rabbani
  • Reading : 46

This is the second part of a report, written by Al-Shabaka Executive Director Nadia Hijab and policy adviser Mouin Rabbani, looking at the future of the Palestinian cause 50 years after the Six-Day War and the Naksa.

What the Palestinian people should forget

  • 2017-06-08
  • By Hossam Shaker
  • Reading : 31

The Israeli government led by Benjamin Netanyahu has celebrated the 50th anniversary of the occupation of East Jerusalem and large parts of the Palestinian territories. The scene looked like a party aboard a pirate ship as the cutthroats celebrated the theft of a precious treasure. We heard everything from the prime minister and his cronies, except the words justice, human rights and freedom. Furthermore, no one mentioned Palestine or the Palestinians.

Tracking the trends of the Palestinian cause since 1967: Looking back

  • 2017-06-07
  • by Al-Shabaka Executive Director Nadia Hijab and policy adviser Mouin Rabbani
  • Reading : 30

This is the first part of a report, written by Al-Shabaka Executive Director Nadia Hijab and policy adviser Mouin Rabbani, which looks at the history of the Palestinian cause following the Six-Day War and the Naksa. The second part of this report will be published on Wednesday. The report can be read in full here.

Can the 1967 War Offer Opportunity for Peace?

  • 2017-06-07
  • By Ramzy Baroud
  • Reading : 31

There is a saying that goes: Be careful what you wish for, for you may get it. This has been Israels dilemma from the very beginning.

Remembering the Naksa

  • 2017-06-06
  • Nasim Ahmed
  • Reading : 53

Fifty years ago this month, Israel launched a war against its neighbours and took control of the parts of Palestine which it had failed to capture during its 1948 War of Independence.

Israeli expansionist, colonial settlements are illegal

  • 2017-06-05
  • Hanna Eisa
  • Reading : 37

Discussing the issue of Israels colonial settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories has become a familiar topic as the harsh and brutal complexity of the occupation intertwines with the practical political approach imposed on the Palestinian people.