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By Hasan Abu Nimah - Sep 02,2014
Signs of cracks in the short-lived Palestinian reconciliation are appearing too soon. The agreement reached between Palestinian rival factions, Hamas in Gaza and the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah last April fell instantly under attack.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Aug 26,2014
Not once in the last seven decades were observers right when concluding that the situation in the Arab world was too bad to get worse.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Aug 19,2014
The very simple reason for believing that the Cairo talks are not likely to succeed is that the Gaza siege will not be lifted the way the Palestinian resistance factions demand. Objections to this particular demand do not come only from the Israelis.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Aug 12,2014
The two sides locked in a tough fight in Gaza seem to be eager for a truce, but not at any price.  For the heavy life loss and massive destruction the Palestinians have suffered under a vicious and a cruel Israeli army onslaught, bent largely on revenge and collective
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Aug 05,2014
The latest Israeli onslaught on Gaza is nearly over. The obvious outcome is massive killing and indiscriminate destruction on the Palestinian side. That is the visible part of it.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jul 22,2014
For the second time since the Israeli onslaught on Gaza two weeks ago, the UN Security Council has failed to act in accordance with its duties as defined by the UN Charter.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jul 15,2014
When I first learned about the “Hundred Years War” in the 14th century between England and France, it sounded like fiction.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jul 08,2014
On June 12, three Israeli teenagers went missing.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jul 01,2014
As the situation continues to worsen in many major Arab countries, overwhelmed Arabs continue to wonder on how worse matters would have to get before turning better. So far, there are no signs of a promising reversal. More than two weeks after the fall of more than one third of
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jun 17,2014
Although we’ve become accustomed to astounding political occurrences in the region, the latest developments in Iraq are by far the most spectacular. It was hard to believe that the entire province of Nineveh and its capital, Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, could f

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