To Palestinian leaders, anything is better than a peace plan.
From Paris in 1982 to the Achille Lauro.
Meet Muhammad Shtayyeh.
Fatah doesn’t want the UN to condemn its bitter enemy, Hamas.
Mahmoud Abbas cracks down on the very possibility of democracy.
Why Fatah denounces any cease-fire between Hamas and Israel.
A tale of two Palestinian women.
The U.S. and Israel can help by encouraging realistic expectations.
He is more openly skeptical of the peace process, and the two-state solution, than his patron.
Describing the burning alive of 38 Israelis as a “barbecue.”
Once Hamas gets what it wants, it can resume extorting money from its subjects.
Borrowing a page from Yasir Arafat’s playbook.
Both Hamas and Fatah need to start complying with the Oslo Accords.