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Reconciliation in limbo Saleh Al-Naami finds out that Hamas and Fatah are still deeply at odds On Sunday afternoon, Al-Amal district, west of Khan Younis in southern Gaza, was rife with commotion. It was rumoured that Fatah representative Mohamed Dahlan, who lives in the West Bank town of Ramallah, would soon be in town to take part in the funeral of his mother, who had passed away
Many strings attached The majority of Palestinians believe that restarting talks with Israel at present would be detrimental to their future, Saleh Al-Naami reports While Ismail Haniyeh's government and Hamas leaders in Gaza were recently busy receiving humanitarian aid caravans, as well as foreign and Arab supporters, their level of anxiety about a possible re-launch of negotiations
Come the iron wall Saleh Al-Naami finds that everyday commodities are what form the contraband passing through secret tunnels between Egypt and Gaza Maged Ibrahim hurried to his sister's house metres away from his own to fetch empty plastic containers. This university professor was out of time. As soon as his nephew, Adham, gave him three containers, Ibrahim sped away in his car to the
Total racism, total war On the first anniversary of Israel's war on Gaza, shocking revelations are appearing on the methods and reasoning behind the war, writes Saleh Al-Naami Mahmoud Hussein tries to hold back his tears as he looks at his 30-year-old brother Ahmed who suffers from colon cancer. The family is impatiently waiting for the Gaza border to open so Ahmed can travel abroad for
Building on extremism While there is an ideological shift in Israeli society towards the right, it is not the only reason why Jewish settlements are quickly being inhabited. Saleh El-Naami investigates One month ago, Shamon Kara, who lives in the Hatikva Quarter in south Tel Aviv, sold his apartment quickly and left. His relatives told neighbours that he has relocated to the settlement
Putting it to the test Palestinians mostly want Mahmoud Abbas to follow through on his "threat" to step down from office, Saleh Al-Naami finds out, though he is unlikely to Aides to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas went on the Arab media circuit to reverse the general impression that the president's announcement of his "inclination" to resign was merely a manoeuvre mainly aimed at
Out in the cold Saleh Al-Naami details the harsh conditions that Gaza residents will endure this winter Awatef Al-Assar filled bags of sand to hold down the sides of the tent in a failed attempt to stabilise it. Her children still remember how hard she tried to hold on to the pole of the tent that was sheltering her and her family last winter as the winds blew hard to uproot it.
Whistling in the wind Saleh Al-Naami wonders if anyone is convinced by inter-Palestinian reconciliation The anger was clear on Ahmed El-Geshi's face as he listened to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas explaining on Palestinian TV why his government had postponed voting on the Goldstone Report. "I can't listen to these lies anymore," El-Geshi said, turning off his television. "We've
Fayyad's pseudo state The West's preferred Palestinian announces that he will build a state regardless of the outcome of peace talks. But what kind of state, asks Saleh Al-Naami During his usual weekly meeting with leaders of his government, Salam Fayyad, prime minister of the Palestinian caretaker government, urged his ministers to help him realise his promise to the Palestinians to build
Playing for zero Hamas appears as softening to the West, but its flexibility will mean nothing unless the West -- particularly the US -- can rein in Israel, writes Saleh Al-Naami Ahmed Youssef, under-secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Hamas government in Gaza and the former political advisor to Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, is continually receiving European delegations

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