Thousands of Palestinians attended the funeral of Arafat Jaradat, who died in Israeli custody, with some political factions promising bloody vengeance. Nigel O'Connor reports from Ramallah.
Nuclear proliferation in the Middle East is still a key element for the hopes of a peaceful settlement, writes Antoun Issa. The view is a solution cannot be imposed from outside.
After losing some of the limelight in the past fortnight due to the Israel-Hamas deal for the release of Gilad Shalit, the "official" Palestinian leadership of Fatah and Mahmoud Abbas bounced back yesterday.
A group of 12 young Palestinian calling themselves Eyes of Resistance have acted as a rapid-response team to attend the scene of settler violence, writes Nigel O'Connor, a freelance writer in Ramallah.
Australian authorities, even when armed with the Goldstone Report, will not lift a finger to take action against someone who is suspected of committing war crimes.
A new survey on Australian and New Zealand Jewry raises some questions on the disaffection of Australian Jews towards Israel and Zionism. Where are the non-Zionist Jewish voices in the mainstream media?
Despite the best intentions at the Fatah convention in Bethlehem, negotiations and peaceful coexistence between Fatah and Hamas seems unlikely, writes The Jerusalem Post.