"The Arab League not approving a condemnation of the UAE-Israel normalization deal doesn't mean or suggest a consent for member states to normalize relations with Israel," top Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told Newsweek.
A State Department spokesperson told Newsweek that U.S. officials "encourage the Palestinians to bring any concerns to the negotiating table within the context of direct talks based on the Vision," also known as "the deal of the century."
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced that he is "ready to go to negotiations under the auspices of the International Quartet and with the participation of other countries."
The normalization of ties announced Thursday is the culmination of a trajectory that has brought the Gulf states closer to Israel and sidelined the Palestinians.
A Palestinian government spokesperson called the Israel-UAE peace deal a "blow to the Arab Peace Initiative and the decisions of the Arab and Islamic summits, as well as an aggression against the Palestinian people."
The two-states solution long fed each side's fantasy of walling itself off from the other side. But we all belong here, in all of the land between the river and the sea—Palestinians and Jews, settlers and refugees, together.
Up until now, the Democrats' approach to Israel-Palestine all too closely resembled their Republican colleagues on gun violence: thoughts and prayers, smoke and mirrors, all talk, no action.
Israel claims the areas it covets weren't sovereign territory before the War of 1967, that this war was "defensive", and that the British mandate of Palestine afforded national rights to Jews alone. None of this actually matters.
The Anti-Defamation League, a U.S. non-profit, has long named Iran as a premier backer of global anti-Semitism.
The annexation of the West Bank pits two states against one state like never before. But the only way Palestinians can influence either is to have the right to vote for the only government in control of the entire area: Israel.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said he would leave "all agreements and understandings with the American and Israeli governments," including those pertaining to security issues.
ZOA representatives claimed that Biden's plan to economically re-engage with Palestine would be "partially illegal" under the 2018 Taylor Force Act.
Considered to be among the most significant archaeological finds of all time, the Dead Sea Scrolls contain some of the earliest versions of biblical texts.
Studies indicate that the Judean date palm was first cultivated around 7,000 years ago.
Iraq and Syria have come out against President Donald Trump's Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, further raising questions about Washington's foreign policies at a time of heightened tensions across the region.
Middle Eastern nations offered mixed reactions to President Donald Trump's long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, a framework negotiated without the participation of Palestinians.
President Donald Trump has unveiled his much-anticipated peace plan designed to resolve tensions between Israelis and Palestinians locked in a territorial dispute spanning eight decades.
Trump is expected to unveil his peace plan alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington, D.C.
The error came after an online Wikipedia user made changes to the Israeli president's article.
King Abdullah II said that he and other regional leaders are still waiting to find out what will be in the White House proposal.
A student's attorney said this should be a warning to all universities that the government is watching and will investigate claims.
The Democratic 2020 primary candidate told The Hill that "everything is on the table" should she become the next president.
The walkway would have linked the Pool of Siloam to Temple Mount and was built about 2,000 years ago.
The three Ds are demonization, delegitimization and double standards—and they can't be a path to a better world.
Netanyahu lost in April, forced a rerun and lost even worse. Now the only question is will he step away into retirement, or toward trial and potentially prison.
But President Trump and his cronies are pitting fellow Americans against one another, sowing division that undermines everything we're supposed to stand for as a country.
A Fordham University dean denied recognition of the Students for Justice in Palestine, saying its purpose pointed toward polarization and not dialogue.
We must start treating the other the same way we wish to be treated—be they Palestinian, Filipino, Central American migrant or Syrian refugees in Germany.
The inherited disorder, caused by chronic infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV), leads to unusual bark-like growths on the hands and other body parts.