It has failed to create a broader uprising, but it has achieved some more limited goals.
Those fanning the flames should be held responsible.
On the one hand, a spate of murders; on the other, Jews living where the Biden administration believes they shouldn’t be.
The post-Abraham Accords era demands a new approach.
Economic investment is no antidote to ideological venom.
The wave of terror continues.
In the West Bank, it’s the ruler who matters, not the institutions.
The governing authority is in crisis.
The Palestinian Authority has not honored its pledge.
The Palestinian Authority president can incite his people against Israel and ignore threats to his legitimacy.
Mahmoud Abbas surrounds himself with loyalists while losing his authority.
Apologizing for crimes against Jews committed eight centuries ago, while slandering the Jewish state.
A Palestinian consulate may belong in Ramallah, but opening one now would only cause problems.
A cycle of competition between the Palestinian parties.