|A light unto the nations?
Various episodes this week have underlined the violence and hypocrisy of Israel's treatment of the Palestinians, writes Khaled Amayreh in occupied Jerusalem
Losing the Al-Aqsa Intifada
The Palestinian factions have not always paid sufficient attention to the lessons of the Al-Aqsa Intifada. Could strategic failings be to blame, asks Saleh Al-Naami
Mannah from Heaven
The outpouring of world concern for the beleaguered Gazans continues, as Lifeline 5, the latest Viva Palestina convoy, nears its goal. Led by British former MP George Galloway, the convoy began its journey to Gaza Strip last month from the British House of Commons, crossing into Turkey on 27 September...
More false witness fall-out
The gulf over Al-Hariri tribunal widened further this week, as Syria made clear it would not sit on the sidelines, reports Lucy Fielder from Beirut
Oula Farawati in Amman analyses the cautious official response to Al-Jazeera's charges
Israel losing its appeal for Jews
Signs are strong that Israel could collapse from within as support amongst the Jewish Diaspora wanes dramatically, writes Saleh Al-Naami
Challenges for Al-Maliki
For Nuri Al-Maliki to remain Iraq's prime minister, he will need more than the uncertain support of his Shia allies, writes Salah Hemeid
Taha must try harder
Sudanese political bigwigs give little away in remarks regarding January's referendum, writes Gamal Nkrumah