Rocket attack from Gaza starts off the morning in southern Israel to show the new PA unity government is the 'same old thing.'
Reports on Palestinian infighting becoming daily feature. Today's segment: Fatah attacks Hamas in Ramallah, banks still closed in Gaza
US Secretary of State John Kerry continues 'peace talks' in Washington today (Tuesday) with a PA unity go'vt team.
Palestinian unity continues to crumble: Palestinian Authority security forces detained 16 Hamas supporters and issued summons to seven others across the West Bank, the...
“You know what Mahmoud Abbas says behind closed doors? He says: ‘Guys, let me [continue] saying what I say to the media. Those words are meant for the Americans the occupation (i.e. Israel), not for you [Hamas],” wrote al-Ghussein.
Conventional wisdom says bringing Hamas into government will 'moderate' terror group. But they are more likely to influence Abu Mazen
Shomer Chadash group says it had to stand up to defend Jewish farms in the Galilee because calls to police go nowhere.
The coalition sharks are smelling blood - not from Israel's enemies, but rather from PM Netanyahu.
A Gaza-based PA official claims he wanted to travel to Brazil for the World Cup, but Israel has blocked him from going.
The "only sane plan" is to annex Area C in Judea and Samaria, says Economy Minister Naftali Bennett. Coalition crisis ahead?
Omar Barghouti, one of the leaders of the BDS movement, said "If the four men are brought before a court, then we should prosecute the Palestinian Authority for serving the Israeli occupation's project."
Arab media are salivating over Jewish squabbles about internal Israeli divisions on policy reported by wire services.
Serry promised more U.N. money for Gaza and called for lifting the legal blockade of Gaza's borders.
Session to take place in garden without Christian symbols; int'l media misses irony of Peres and chief PA Holocaust denier gathering to pray
In Gaza, Hamas beat back Fatah workers at local ATM machines. In Judea and Samaria, PA cops continue to arrest Hamas members.
The Prime Minister didn't mince words at Sunday's cabinet meeting, slamming the int'l community for embracing the Hamas government, while praising Australia for its moral clarity.
While Netanyahu weighs Israel's options, Yesh Atid ministers are threatening to quit the coalition.
PUG Calls for Reevaluation of the Arab Relationship with Australia
Nine years ago Condoleezza Rice demanded Abbas disarm Hamas for peace, not anymore. Now Israeli ministers are making it a core requirement for the PUG.
Unlike their PA colleagues, disappointed Hamas employees had discovered that they were not paid salaries from the new Palestinian Unity Government (PUG).