These elections, the first national balloting since 2006, are the most significant in a generation for us Palestinians.
Abbas’ government endlessly waits time and again for a messiah to do its work and set the Palestinians free.
Ashwari’s resignation is emblematic of a decline in the decency, strength and relevance of the PLO.
One can easily say that Saeb embodied the peace process itself: imperfect, frustrating at times, yet still essential and indispensable.
Rabin’s legacy that he is most remembered for is breaking a taboo by acknowledging the Palestinians as partners engaged in negotiating a solution.
A democratic change of Palestinian leadership is now of paramount importance as the main option left to move the Palestinian struggle forward.
What is needed instead of shunning one another is to bridge the gap and transcend the us vs. them mentality. AOC should start there.
Israelis: Do not be deceived. We are like you. We want only a dignified life, and a future for ourselves and our children.
The road to Ramallah to make peace with Palestinians is far shorter than the path to Dubai or any other capital where Netanyahu can enjoy a photo op.
The longer we indulge in these bubbles the more we fuel and perpetuate the conflict and the more death and pain we bring on ourselves.