Documents obtained by Al Jazeera confirm previous revelations of Palestinian Authority’s work to foil the Goldstone report at the UN. Read more about Sex, blackmail and theft: leaks detail Israeli spy operations
The Palestinian Authority’s foreign minister prevented the International Criminal Court from going forward with a requested prosecution of Israel. Read more about Palestinian Authority foils new Gaza war crimes probe
A paper arguing that desalination would “legitimize” Israel’s theft of Palestine’s natural resources has been mysteriously deleted. Read more about PA pressure censors criticism of Gaza water management
Abbas’ words demonstrably represent long-standing Palestinian Authority and PLO policy of giving up refugee rights. Read more about There’s nothing new in Mahmoud Abbas’ and the PLO’s renunciation of Palestinian refugee rights
After Zionism: One State for Israel and Palestine is a significant contribution to the literature on the one-state/two-state debate. Read more about "After Zionism" puts forth debates on one-state solution
Controversy over a desalination plant in Gaza highlights the role of aid agencies in subsidizing the occupation and letting Israel off the hook for destroying Palestinian infrastructure. Read more about Water desalination projects to solve Gaza’s problems: a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
Israel has announced it plans to deport thousands of refugees from South Sudan. The reasoning behind the move suggests it could be a rehearsal for the expulsion of Palestinian citizens of Israel if an independent Palestinian state is ever established. Read more about Rehearsal for mass expulsion of Palestinian citizens? Israel's deportation of South Sudanese
While he held the job of President Barack Obama’s peace process envoy, former US Senator George Mitchell generally maintained a good reputation. He came into the job with high regard because of his role in Northern Ireland. During his Middle East tenure, Mitchell was notoriously tight-lipped, allowing people to believe that behind the stony face was a tough and fair “honest broker” who would privately take Israel to task in ways that the US could not do publicly. Read more about Former Obama envoy George Mitchell comes out as 'Israel's lawyer'
The UK broadcasting regulator Ofcom has rejected a formal complaint by PLO “chief negotiator” Saeb Erekat that Al Jazeera English had treated him unfairly in its programs on the Palestine Papers, broadcast over four consecutive nights from 23-26 January. Read more about UK TV regulator rejects Saeb Erekat complaint of unfair coverage of Palestine Papers
Palestinian officials in Ramallah have condemned Israel’s recently announced decision to expand by 1,100 Jewish-only housing units the illegal settlement of Gilo built on land stolen from the occupied West Bank villages of Beit Jala, Beit Safafa and Sharafat. But what they say in public is at odds with their private willingless to hand the settlement over to Israel in its entirety. Condemnation from “chief negotiator” A 27 September press release states: Read more about Palestinian officials who decry Gilo colony in public, offered it to Israel in negotiations
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