Despite Israeli claims that they have withdrawn from Jenin, nothing has changed on the ground, Michael Jansen
reports from the devastated refugee camp
Unperturbed by global uproar, the Israeli army continued to terrorise the Palestinians of the West Bank. Khaled Amayreh reports from Jerusalem
Torture en masse
Palestinians captured during Israel's invasion of the West Bank are being held in conditions that breach international human rights law. Jonathan Cook listens to the accounts of the released
Israel is still exploring the kind of court in which to try Marwan Barghouti, the leader of the Fatah organisation in the West Bank and a prominent symbol of the Intifada
The struggle for a true peace
The old Israeli peace camp may be dead; but a new one is being born, writes Yehudith Harel
'Where are they all?'
A visit to Bethlehem was not an easy thing to do despite the Israeli army lifting the curfew. Michael Jansen visited Jesus's shattered birthplace
Not dazed and not confused
America's apparently contradictory attitude towards the Israeli invasion is not as messy as it first appears, argues Mohamed El-Sayed Said
Enough is enough
The godfather of the Palestinian cause, Haidar Abdel-Shafi, told Sherine Bahaa that the minimum he expected from those Arab countries that neighbour Palestine was that they severed ties with Israel
The outside world is watching
While more international peace activists joined colleagues at Arafat's besieged headquarters in Ramallah, Amnesty International issued a report accusing Israel of committing war crimes in Jenin, reports Khaled Dawoud
'The tip of the iceberg'
Arabs are making their voice heard to counter Israel's lobbying of international complicity in a sustained campaign against the Palestinians. Dina Ezzat reports
Iason Athanasiadis on the week the Middle East conflict washed up on Europe's shores
Setting an example
The foreign ministers of Turkey and Greece are planning an unprecedented joint visit to Israel and Palestine to tell Sharon that even bitter enemies can make peace, writes Gareth Jenkins from Istanbul
Protégé or patron?
'We are all Palestinians'
Having a rogue for an ally is undermining Washington's ability to strike at its roguish enemies. David Hirst writes
Tens of thousands descended on the streets of Washington to protest this week against US-backed Israeli aggression, Anayat Durrani reports
A tribunal of conscience
Can international law be used to bring recent Israeli war criminals to book? Prominent Egyptian lawyers are meeting on the case, reports Aziza Sami
The Tao of Oslo
Oslo preached that the way to peace was a peace in itself, but a new report issued by the Brussels-based International Crisis Group suggests that it is time to look to the end, not the means, of a peaceful resolution, reports Nyier Abdou
The Israelisation of America's war
As the US forges its new creed of "asymmetric warfare," Washington's eyes are trained on the Israeli invasion of Palestinian areas as a perfect case study, writes Marwan Bishara
Israel in danger
If we are to achieve peace, the Arab world needs to confront the myths of the Israeli national narrative, writes Saleh Abdel-Jawad