Palestinians

Peace? Sure. End of Conflict? Hardly

As the dust settles from the surprise peace accord between Israel and the Emirates, the new Middle East it promised looks surprisingly like the old.

The Israel-UAE Accord is a Mere Sideshow

The accord is not some miracle of biblical proportions. It is political theater in which Palestinians and the remains of their homeland offer a convenient backdrop.

Netanyahu Might Have Bitten Off More Than He Can Ch

The promise to annex parts of the West Bank might have helped Netanyahu hold on to power—but between opposition from his own coalition partners and the prospect of Trump losing in November, keeping it is a different matter.

Six Days and the Forever War

A retired U.S. Army colonel draws upon the anniversary of the Six Day War to discuss the forever war against radical Islamic terrorism.

It's Time All Palestinians Under Israeli Control Had the Vote

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.

Bernie Sanders Calls Israel's Netanyahu a 'Reactionary Racist'

Senator Bernie Sanders pledged to support Israel but called Isreali Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a "reactionary racist" that ignores the "suffering of the Palestinian people" during the Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina Tuesday.

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