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Double trouble Two new political initiatives emerge from the Israeli right: both aim to destroy the Palestinian cause and prospects of a Palestinian state, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   "You will hit several birds with one stone," asserted Tzachi Hanegbi, chairman of the Knesset's Foreign Relations and
Abbas must wait In rolling over before Netanyahu in Washington, Barack Obama has proven that he cares more about US mid-term elections than Israeli-Palestinian peace, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Laughter filled the large hall next to the home of Rabbi Ovadiah Yossef, the spiritual leader of the Israeli
Empty threats, lost hopes With reconciliation efforts stalled and being linked to negotiations with Israel, ordinary Palestinians are sinking deeper into despair, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Click to view caption Tourists from Uruguay, left, hold up signs as they briefly join a protest against the
Gaza's humanitarian catastrophe While Israel says there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza, in reality there is a catastrophe, writes Saleh Al-Naami Click to view caption Freedom Flotilla Passengers exchanged satirical remarks when they heard the news in the taxi they were riding Sunday morning; that the Israeli government decided for the first time since imposing
Awaiting a miracle The Palestinian political rift remains un-bridged, with the people suffering the consequences of their leaders' failures, writes Saleh Al-Naami Recently, Hamas submitted several requests to the Egyptian authorities to allow a number of its leaders to leave Gaza via the Rafah border crossing. Cairo's response was to ignore Hamas, one source in the group told Al-Ahram
Zero sum game Fatah and Hamas remain locked in contention, unable to resolve their differences and unable to move forward, writes Saleh Al-Naami At noon on 13 May the sounds of laughter and joviality could be clearly heard all the way at the end of the corridor leading to the large meeting room on the fifth floor at one of the major ministries in Gaza City. A number of leaders from Fatah
Taxing times Spurred on by Israel's three-year-long draconian siege, Gaza is now in the grips of a vicious liquidity crisis, writes Saleh Al-Naami Ghassan Ibrahim, 45, a teacher, was visibly desperate after some hours of scouring the stores for a pack of cigarettes. The price had suddenly shot up following the Ismail Haniyeh government's decision to levy a tax of three shekels per pack.
Meddling in Africa Israel is forging ever-closer ties in the Arab hinterland in Africa, virtually unopposed, writes Saleh Al-Naami All signs indicate that Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman remains keen on implementing his ministry's strategic priorities as set out from his first day in office, including pouncing on Africa. Lieberman's interest in Africa revives former prime
Despite the impression that some in the government are eager to convey, Israel is deeply divided over the prospect of any strike against Iran, writes Saleh Al-Naami Although many Israeli commentators have tried to explain Minister of Defence Ehud Barak's decision not to reappoint General Gabi Ashkenazi as chief of staff of the country's armed forces for a fifth year as a result of a
Society must be defended Unpopular with some human rights organisations, the execution of Israeli collaborators in Gaza highlights how deep Israel's intelligence war goes, writes Saleh Al-Naami For six years, the killing of Amr Abu Setta, one of the leaders of a Palestinian resistance group in southern Gaza, remained a mystery. While there were many tales about how he died, there was

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