Videos of purported confessions come amid steady deterioration in relations between Hamas and Palestinian Authority. Read more about Hamas says videos reveal PA collaborators who helped Israel kill resistance fighters
Why the Hamas-Fatah deal signed in Gaza today will not produce the national unity Palestinians crave. Read more about Another stillborn Palestinian “reconciliation”
Khaled Meshaal’s U-turns make him sound like a broken record of Mahmoud Abbas. Read more about Will Hamas squander its Gaza victory?
Counter-demonstrators outnumbered protesters renouncing Abbas’ comments over right of return. Read more about Palestinian protesters harassed, beaten by Abbas supporters in Jerusalem
Palestinian political prisoner Ameer Makhoul provides an insider’s take on the historic mass hunger strike in Israeli prisons. Read more about How hunger strikers "tied the hands of the occupation": a view from Israeli prison
Final preparations are underway for the next big flotilla to Gaza, which is scheduled to occur in late June. The US Boat to Gaza will take part in the largest planned fleet yet, with an estimated 1,000 passengers from an array of countries collaborating to break Israel’s blockade. Read more about US activists prepare to break Israel's blockade on Gaza
While the composition of the new Palestinian Authority technocrat government is meant to be announced on 6 June, on the ground, the Palestinian Authority collaboration with the Israeli occupation and the persecution of Hamas activists continues as usual. Read more about Persecution of Hamas activists continues in the West Bank
In an oped for Al Jazeera English today, The Electronic Intifada’s Ali Abunimah takes a deeper look at the “reconciliation” deal signed by Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah in Cairo last week and argues that contrary to the hopes of many Palestinians it may be a dead end: Read more about EI's Ali Abunimah on "reconciliation" deal in Al Jazeera English