editorial

BACK TO THE FUTURE: THE LATEST HAMAS-FATAH RECONCILIATION DEAL

BACK TO THE FUTURE: THE LATEST HAMAS-FATAH RECONCILIATION DEAL

Despite the ambiguities in the new agreement, the uncertainty of its actual implementation, and the lack of clarity about what it might mean for Gaza, neither Hamas nor Fatah have an interest in aborting the reconciliation effort at the moment

Immigration to Exile

Immigration to Exile

From the major results of Nakba 1948, the birth of the issue of the Palestinian refugees who mostly have been displaced inside Palestine and in its neighboring countries especially Jordan, Syria, and lower rates in other Arab countries Egypt and Iraq, while a minority of them immigrated to farther exile especially North and South America

LET'S BE REALISTIC IN PARTNERING WITH SAUDI ARABIA AGAINST ISI

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This week is the thirteenth anniversary of 9/11, when al-Qaeda killed 3,000 people in New York, Washington and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Fifteen of the nineteen hijackers of the planes used in the strikes were Saudis. So was al-Qaeda's leader, Usama bin Ladin. Since then, the United States has applied considerable pressure on the kingdom to combat support for terrorism.

When UNRWA uses Kerry to flex its muscles

When UNRWA uses Kerry to flex its muscles

The long strike in the Palestinian territories of workers in the United Nations for Relief and work Agency (UNRWA), which lasted for more than two months, carries significant implications, we will stop at some of them.

Right of return or a security matter

Right of return or a security matter

Both the Israeli and the American sides work with remarkable effort to turn the case of Palestinian refugees from a case related to the right of return for Palestinian refugees to their land and propriety

Hamas must choose: Palestine or the Muslim Brotherhood

Hamas must choose: Palestine or the Muslim Brotherhood

all that necessary for the Palestinian case should be required from Hamas as part of this case

The anniversary of another Nakba

The anniversary of another Nakba

16th of December 2012, a date of another Nakba for Palestinian when they were forced out of Yarmouk Camp, a scene resembles in their memories when 65 years ago they were forced out of Palestine.

Save the Palestinian Refugees in Syria

Save the Palestinian Refugees in Syria

Over 75% of the Palestinian refugees in Syria are displaced, either inside Syria after they have lost their homes and were forced out to leave because of the war situation. Or they were displaced outside Syria to Lebanon or Jordan and other countries.

Palestine After Fayyad: The Choice Between Cooperation and Conflict

Palestine After Fayyad: The Choice Between Cooperation and Conflict

Palestinian leaders first embraced armed struggle and then turned to negotiations. Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has now initiated a third, pragmatic stage of Palestinian nationalism by building institutions and counting down to statehood. Fayyad's vision is a promising one, and Israel should help him achieve it.

What next for Venezuela?

What next for Venezuela?

Following his election victory, Nicolas Maduro is expected to be sworn in as president of Venezuela later this week.