Israel is averaging two to three invasions of Palestinian population centres a day. The shattering of Palestinian lives, reports Khaled Amayreh from Hebron, is now routine
A conference too far?
What could Arabs get out of the proposed conference on the Middle East? Dina Ezzat looks for an answer
Document:'Appalled and horrified'
A group of prominent Middle East scholars at American, British and Israeli universities issued the following statement after attending an academic conference recently held at Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey.. --read on--
Palestinian tragedy with a Greek ending
When Bethlehem deportees Mohamed and Mamdouh arrived in Athens, little did they know that they were arriving in Europe's most pro-Palestinian country. They gave an exclusive interview in Athens to Iason Athanasiadis
Cabinet under curfew
As Israeli troops reinvaded Ramallah, the first meeting by the 'reformed' Palestinian cabinet was cancelled. Khaled Amayreh reports from Jerusalem
For the past few weeks Israelis have been fed a diet heavy with revelations of plans by the Arab population to overthrow the Jewish state. Jonathan Cook reports from Arrabe
The wife of the European Central Bank president sparked a controversy and started a trend in the Netherlands when she hung a Palestinian flag outside her home. Judit Neurink reports from Amsterdam
All in the family
A by-election for an Orthodox parliamentary seat in Mount Lebanon has precipitated a new political battle between the government and the opposition. Zeina Abu Rizk reports from Beirut
Washington's winsome policy
Washington warms up to Khartoum, but a humanitarian catastrophe, in the wake of intensified fighting in southern Sudan, is in the making, writes Gamal Nkrumah
Conflicting official statements about Al-Qa'eda's presence in Yemen have become a source of concern for Yemenis, Nasser Arrabyee reports from Sana'a