Martin Indyk, the US official in charge of the Palestinian-Israeli “peace process” has publicly ridiculed the notion that Palestinians have rights or are seeking justice. Read more about Obama “peace” envoy ridicules notion that Palestinians have “rights”
How can the Palestinian leadership agree to a vague term that Israeli lawmakers cannot define? Read more about The Palestinians and the "Jewish state"
Another young Palestinian murdered in cold blood by Israel. Read more about Muataz Washaha
A satirical solution to the Palestinian refugee crisis. Read more about Conflict resolution: the game show!
Palestinians celebrate the freedom of prisoners, despite Palestinian Authority efforts to use them to gain legitimacy for futile negotiations. Read more about Israel’s prisoner release doesn’t legitimize “negotiations”
The new “peace talks” are a sham. Read more about We'll squeeze the peace out of you
Jamal al-Dalou lost ten members of his family during Israel’s attack in November. Read more about "Peace" talks are meaningless, says survivor of Gaza massacre
A first-hand account of the Palestinian Authority forces’ violent assault on protestors, including the writer. Read more about First-hand: Ramallah protests against Mofaz meeting attacked by PA police, thugs
In a recent op-ed, the New York Times’ Thomas Friedman smugly offers the Palestinians how to settle their “conflict” with Israel: accept the settlements and the violent settlers, give up a large part of East Jerusalem, and forget about the refugees’ right of return. Read more about Tom Friedman's latest advice to Palestinians: accept a farce of a state
The official Palestinian position on the release of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails serves to undermine their cause, which is a central component of the Palestinian people’s liberation struggle, comments Ameer Makhoul from Gilboa prison. Read more about Waging liberation in and outside Israel's prison walls