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Palestinian factions gathered in Cairo announced their commitment to a time table for presidential and legislative elections.  They also confirmed that the elections will take place in Jerusalem, the West Bank, and Gaza without exception and promised to respect and accept the results. 
During his visit to Ramallah, Chief of the Egyptian Intelligence Agency Major General ʿAbbās Kāmil has relayed a message from Egyptian President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī to his Palestinian counterpart Maḥmūd ʿAbbās. Major General ʿAbbās Kāmil conveyed Egypt’s insistence that a just solution to the...
Egyptian actor and singer Muḥammad Ramaḍān sparked controversy, after a picture of him seemingly embracing Israeli singer Omer Adam, while on a trip to the UAE was posted online.  Egyptian and Arab intellectuals and actors criticized Ramaḍān, stressing that normalization is a disgrace and betrayal...
In 1943, commenting on an accusation made by a British court about Zionist leaders smuggling weapons to gangs in Palestine, David Ben-Gurion said, “From now on, to be anti-Zionist means that you are anti-Semitic.” This was an early attempt to displace the concept of ‘anti-Semitism’ that was...
August 29 marks the anniversary of the death of Palestinian cartoonist Nājī al-ʿAlī, who is considered one of the most important Palestinian artists able to express the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in art.
The Archbishop of Sebastia Atallah Hanna [ʿAṭā Allāh Ḥannā] commented on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s decree which paved the way for the Cathedral of Holy Wisdom (Hagia Sophia) to be converted into a mosque. The Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem criticised this...
Portuguese Cartoonist Vasco Gargalo has been subjected to an Israeli campaign accusing him of anti-Semitism and demanding that he be dismissed, because of a caricature in solidarity with Palestine.  This caricature coincided with the publishing of the American plan known as “the Deal of the Century...
Dr. P.B. Dirksen is very pleased with the translation of Cornelis Hulsman’s 1982 booklet Oz Ve-Shalom, an Orthodox Jewish Peace movement in the 1980's which, he writes, comes at the right time. After forty years the text has lost none of its significance and is completely relevant to the current...
Cornelis Hulsman became interested in the Israeli movement for peace between Israelis and Palestinians early on in his career. He was born into a Dutch Christian Reformed family deeply interested in Israel and convinced that the modern State of Israel was based on Biblical prophecies that God would...
In the United States, "dramatic" shifts and changes in American society and politics are affecting Jewish Americans and Israel, according to a study published by the National Security Research Institute at Tel Aviv University last week.

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