Like President Donald Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu is the typical right wing leader. He pretends to be a man of peace, while willing to bring the world to the boiling point for his political gain.
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News about the struggle for democracy in Palestine. Palestine is not a functioning democracy. According to Freedom House, Palestine has been "effectively split in two with the West Bank governed by the Palestinian Authority and the Gaza Strip governed separately by Hamas" but hope for a future state remains strong. Also see our articles on Israel, the Arab Spring, and the broader Middle East.
Palestinians across Gaza have taken to streets over past week to demonstrate spurred by taxes imposed by Hamas authorities on goods and high living cost.
Hamas is facing biggest demonstrations against its 12-year rule of the Gaza Strip, hundreds of Palestinians taking to the streets in recent days to protest.
Arab citizens of Israel have been expressing anger over recent comments by Israeli P.M Netanyahu, who said Israel “is not a country of all its citizens.
Traditional brightly embroidered dress of Palestinian women known as “thobe” was not the type of garment one would expect to become a pop political symbol.
A documentary called Gaza is hitting screens at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival, providing a glimpse of life in blockaded Hamas-ruled territory.
Palestinian factions forming a new political body in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, an attempt to break political duopoly of Palestinian President Mahmoud.
Citizens of Palestine, under either Hamas or Fatah rule, enjoy neither natural nor legal rights. They are not allowed to air out their opinions.
The Trump administration has cut funding to the U.N. agency that helps Palestinian refugees, calling the organization “irredeemably flawed.”
From my perspective, it seems Israel should go all in for the two state agreement followed up with humanitarian aid for Palestine. Israel may even gain some friends in the process.