The Palestinian Authority’s repression of protests follows a game plan hatched by the West. Read more about Cooperating with Israel: sacred or sinister?
Reports that Stephen Harper’s government is about to stop giving “aid” to the Palestinian Authority should be treated with skepticism. Read more about Canada's tax dollars aid Israel's divide and rule tactics
Many Palestinians and external experts say the developments inside the PA and its security services are worrying. Read more about Repressive PA police trained, equipped by Western donors
An Electronic Intifada blogger was forced to destroy photos he took of Palestinian Authority (PA) police violently attacking a protestor in Ramallah on Sunday. Read more about EI blogger who witnessed Palestinian Authority police beating protestor forced to destroy photos
The Palestinian Authority announced that Palestinian Prisoners’ Day would mark the start of a massive new wave of hunger strikes. But factionalism threatens the success of this movement, says Addameer’s Mourad Jadallah in an interview with The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Interview: "counterrevolution" threatens mass hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners
A new book on the Palestinian political party Hamas fails to accurately analyze the policies of the Islamic resistance movement. Read more about Factual errors undermine new book on Hamas
The Palestinian Authority (PA) will continue to cooperate with the Israeli occupation army even after a Hamas-backed “national unity government” is formed, Saeb Erekat, Palestinian chief negotiator has told The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Hamas-backed "unity government" to cooperate with Israel army, Erekat says
An initial reading of the Palestine Papers provides details of hitherto unknown secret, high-level “Quadripartite” meetings among Israeli, American, Egyptian and Palestinian officials whose explicit goal appears to have been to undermine the Palestinian national unity government. Read more about The Palestine Papers and the "Gaza coup"