If the so-called 'Deal of the Century' goes through bearing any resemblance to the details that have been leaked - it won't be the first time the region's borders have been drawn with complete disregard for the region's inhabitants.
Some journalists in Riyadh are defending Israeli actions against Palestinians and their allies, even rejecting the two-state solution.
While politicians in Tel Aviv claim the latest ceasefire deal with Hamas was at its own request, a concern that participants may not attend or even boycott Eurovision meant that Israel wanted hostilities to end quickly.
The occupied Palestinian territories continue to be one of the most dangerous places for journalists to operate thanks to Israel’s steadfast aggression against the media.
Israel can operate with impunity in Gaza and its allies will file it under its 'right to defend' itself without anyone extending those same rights to Palestinians.
Gaza’s residents survey the damage after a weekend of Israeli strikes, which left dozens dead.
The media often distorts the Palestinian struggle for self-determination against the occupation, and the recent Israeli bombardment of Gaza provides one such damaging example.
The ceasefire agreement mediated by Egypt and the United Nations comes after Israel's fatal bombardment kills at least 25 Palestinians.
Millions more, however, in India, Pakistan, and Iran, will likely be marking the start of the lunar month on Tuesday based on moon sightings there.
Imad Mohammed Nesir, 22, was killed in the north of the blockaded enclave, Gaza's health ministry says, adding four others were wounded in the raid.
Two Palestinians were shot dead during clashes along the frontier during the Great March of Return protests while two others were killed in an air strike, the health ministry in Gaza said.
Paper by military insiders at the University of Tel Aviv’s Institute for National Security Studies, says that targeting the PA economically will result in increased in civil disturbance and the empowering of Hamas.
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