“I fired my shots, I threw my bomb, I detonated, detonated, detonated my belts . . .”
And to court votes in the upcoming elections.
The electoral odds favor Hamas.
They might not happen—but if they do, the terrorist group has an advantage.
Outlandish libels with bloody consequences.
Both sets of leaders can comfortably rake in donations while maintaining the status quo.
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.