two-state Solution


Total Capitulation

The 'Palestine Papers’ being published this week by al-Jazeera confirm in every detail what many Palestinians have suspected for a long time: their leaders have been collaborating in the most

Obama one year on, Muslims not so positive

Scholars attending a recent conference at the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy in Washington , D.C. discussed the outcome of President Barak's publicized speech in Cairo last

Israel warns PA of any step to declare Palestinian state without coordination

Israel warned officials of the Palestinian Authority (PA) in Ramallah of the repercussions of any intention to establish a Palestinian state without previous coordination with it.

Even the New York Times doesn’t believe Netanyahu

Alan Hart urges the New York Times to focus on how the logic of Zionism will manifest itself in Israeli policy: a new round of ethnic cleansing, “provoking an all-out

Netanyahu wants a piece of Palestine not peace

The adage “actions speak louder than words” may be a cliché but it is surely an accurate one when referring to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s sincerity in reaching a

The Decline of Israel and the Prospects for Peace

Israel is a democracy that historically gerrymandered its electoral constituency by expelling most of the indigenous population outside its borders – now referred to as the Palestinian refugees – to

US urged to push for two state solution

A senior Fatah leader has called on the US to push for the “1967 Two State Resolution” if it was really sincere to bring in lasting peace in the Middle

USF Student questions Obama on human rights in the Middle East

President Obama answered questions from the audience during his speech today at University of Tampa.

Imposing Middle East Peace

The continued expansion of Israeli settlements in the West Bank seems to have finally locked in the permanence of Israel’s colonial project.