Mashaal: Accept a Palestinian State on ’67 Borders

 Posted By Zaheerul Hassan November 26, 2012 "Jerusalem Post" - November 22, 2012  - -Hamas leader says he'll move to a peaceful path contingent on the "end of the occupation" and Palestinian statehood. Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal declared a position on Palestinian statehood that is nearly identical to that of his Fatah rival, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, in an interview with CNN aired Wed ...

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Obama Surrenders To The Israel Lobby

By ŞAHİN ALPAY I wrote last week that the recent Israeli aggression against Gaza is a test for US President Barack Obama as to whether he will keep his word from 2009 and work towards a two-state solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict now that he has been re-elected. A cease-fire was reached once more, after scores of Palestinians were killed and Gaza was once more ravaged, but there is no indication ...

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Why Israel Didn’t Win

By Adam Shatz The ceasefire agreed by Israel and Hamas in Cairo after eight days of fighting is merely a pause in the Israel-Palestine conflict. It promises to ease movement at all border crossings with the Gaza Strip, but will not lift the blockade. It requires Israel to end its assault on the Strip, and Palestinian militants to stop firing rockets at southern Israel, but it leaves Gaza as miserable as eve ...

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Palestinians Genocide and World Silence

By Dr Zafar Nawaz Jaspal Since last week, Israeli air-force has been unleashed to carry out genocide of the innocent Palestinians residing in Gaza. The international community seems unmoved over these inhuman air raids of Tel Aviv. The Western advocators of the United Nations’ ‘responsibility to protect’ the human beings from the genocide policies of the aggressive regime, presently, are acting indifferent ...

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IDF: Are governments allowed to use Twitter that way?

Israel made history Wednesday when it began live-tweeting its own strike on the Gaza Strip. Now that the initial shock is over, the questions are setting in: Are governments allowed to use Twitter that way? And even if they can, should they? A rumor widely circulated Thursday morning claimed that the Israel Defense Forces’ Twitter account, @IDFSpokesperson, went down for a 40-minute period, but neither Twit ...

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Israel Brutal Attack on Gaza Widely Condemned

Israel on Wednesday launched the most ferocious & brutal assault on Gaza in four years, hitting at least 20 targets in aerial attacks that killed many innocent including children and women, damaged Israel’s fragile relations with Egypt and escalated the risks of a new war in the Middle East. The Israel Defense Forces coupled the intensity of the airstrikes with the threat of a ground invasion of Gaza, r ...

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