Israel has denied contacts with Hamas, but several initiatives seem to be underway. Read more about Are Israel and Hamas really talking about ending Gaza siege?
A new Amnesty International report details eight cases in which Israeli airstrikes targeted residential buildings and inflicted huge numbers of civilian deaths, among them children. Read more about Amnesty: Israel may be guilty of "war crimes" during Gaza massacre
Rebel and regime crimes against Palestinians in Syria detailed in latest edition of the Journal of Palestine Studies. Read more about Syria rebels and regime share blame for Yarmouk catastrophe
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine. Read more about The Month in Pictures: December 2012
Double standards mean that media will never talk about Palestine being “wiped off the map” even when its true. Read more about AP tries to put “wipe Israel off the map” into Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal’s mouth
Meshal did not say the words attributed to him. Read more about UK’s Observer adds “kill Jews” to Hamas leader Khaled Meshal’s Gaza speech when he did not say it
Khaled Meshaal’s U-turns make him sound like a broken record of Mahmoud Abbas. Read more about Will Hamas squander its Gaza victory?
In the worst-case scenario, the fate of the Palestinians in Syria could echo some facets of the fate of the approximately 30,000 Palestinian refugees from Iraq following the US occupation of that country. Read more about Uncertain fate for Palestinians in Syria
Israel’s monopoly over distribution of fuel to the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip has yet to be challenged by the Palestinian Authority. Read more about Palestinian Authority silent as Israel consolidates fuel monopoly
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
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