Ali Abunimah speaks to The Real News about the Palestinian Authority leader’s dud speech. Read more about Mahmoud Abbas drops wet firecracker, not bombshell, at UN
An email from an Icelandic financier invoked fears that rich, powerful Jews would harm the country’s economy. Read more about How anti-Semitism helped Israel reverse Reykjavik's boycott vote
Activists urge Reykjavík city council not to back down under pressure from decision to boycott all Israeli goods. Read more about Israelis to Iceland: Please boycott our country
Effort to limit boycott to settlement goods comes after storm of protest and implied threats from anti-Palestinian groups Read more about Did Palestinian Authority help undermine Israel boycott in Iceland?
Supporters of Israel are trying to “sabotage” an effort to have the UN accept the cultural significance of Palestine-themed posters. Read more about PA refuses to defend bid for UN recognition of posters archive
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?
Forcing the PA to collapse would harm Israel’s security, a New York court has been told. Read more about Palestinian Authority needed to protect Israeli settlers, says US
Blackouts have caused sensitive machines to malfunction in Gaza’s hospitals. Read more about One year after shelling Gaza's hospitals, Israel starves them of power
The US government has signaled that it may request delays to financial penalties imposed on the Palestinian Authority by a New York court. Read more about Will US come to Palestinian Authority's aid in "anti-terrorism" case?
Video shows trucks bringing milk from illegal settlements to factory inside Israel. Read more about Milk firm may be flouting EU rules on trade with Israel's settlements
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