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Future of PA tested in West Bank’s lawless alleys

Mahmoud Abbas' beleaguered authority in the crosshairs.

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Fatah votes to keep its head in sand

Mahmoud Abbas consolidates grip on movement as looming crises facing Palestinians are left unaddressed. 

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Blaming Palestinians for fires part of Netanyahu’s “strategy of incitement”

Israeli prime minister tries to shift responsibility for firefighting failures.

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Are Palestinians ready for Trump?

Fatah and Hamas face leadership transitions and dearth of ideas.

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Israel uses Facebook “likes” to convict astrophysicist for “incitement”

More than 1,000 Palestinian children arrested by Israel so far this year.

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Mahmoud Abbas runs scared of democracy

What is the real reason for the cancellation of elections in the West Bank and Gaza?

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Will Obama’s final act be the liquidation of Palestinian rights?

Push for UN resolution before president departs presents grave danger for Palestinians.

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Why is Mahmoud Abbas boasting of jailing Palestine’s youth?

Six men jailed by PA without charge since April launch hunger strike.

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Israel using basic needs to blackmail Palestinians

Israeli human rights groups decry vilification of aid agencies in Gaza.

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Israeli leaders vow revenge after Tel Aviv attack

Cousins from Hebron area are suspected of opening fire in busy square, killing four.

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