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Rival Palestinian Leaders Agree to Agree, but Not on the Details

Rival Palestinian Leaders Agree to Agree, but Not on the Details

Mahmoud Abbas, left, with the emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, center, and Khaled Meshal during a meeting in Doha, the Qatari capital, in 2014.
The Saturday Profile: Once Devoted to Suicide Bombing, She Now Embraces a Peaceful Jihad

The Saturday Profile: Once Devoted to Suicide Bombing, She Now Embraces a Peaceful Jihad

Shifa al-Qudsi holding a picture of her brother, Mahmoud Adnan al-Qudsi, at her home in Tulkarm, in the northern section of the West Bank.
Op-Ed Columnist: Why Israel Still Refuses to Choose

Op-Ed Columnist: Why Israel Still Refuses to Choose

One of the largest Israeli settlements on the West Bank, Maale Adumim, rising in the distance over the Palestinian village of Zaim.
In Muhammad Dahlan’s Ascent, a Proxy Battle for Legitimacy

In Muhammad Dahlan’s Ascent, a Proxy Battle for Legitimacy

Muhammad Dahlan in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in October. He dismisses his reputation as a ruthless former security chief but is unsparing in condemning Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the
Court in Israel Sentences Palestinian Teenager to 12 Years for Stabbings

Court in Israel Sentences Palestinian Teenager to 12 Years for Stabbings

Ahmad Manasra, center, at a court in Jerusalem on Monday, after he was sentenced to 12 years in prison for a stabbing attack in October last year.
Museum Explores Arafat’s Legacy but Leaves Unanswered Questions

Museum Explores Arafat’s Legacy but Leaves Unanswered Questions

Visitors to the Yasir Arafat Museum in the West Bank stood outside the Palestinian leader’s tomb Wednesday, a day before the museum’s public opening.

Bill to Legalize West Bank Settlements Advances in Israel

If approved by Parliament, legislation would transfer the rights for the use of private land into Israeli hands and force Palestinian landowners to accept compensation.
Editorial: Israel’s Alarming Settlement Bill

Editorial: Israel’s Alarming Settlement Bill

An Israeli settlement surrounded by a defensive wall near the West Bank city of Ramallah.
Donald Trump and the U.N.: Signs of Clashing Views on Many Issues

Donald Trump and the U.N.: Signs of Clashing Views on Many Issues

The Security Council chamber at the United Nations building in New York. The United States’ allies are trying to learn how Donald J. Trump will approach the pressing crises that are sure to come up
Mahmoud Abbas, Re-elected as Fatah Leader, Moves to Solidify Power

Mahmoud Abbas, Re-elected as Fatah Leader, Moves to Solidify Power

Mahmoud Abbas, third from right, the Palestinian Authority president, at a Fatah party conference on Tuesday in Ramallah, West Bank.
Mahmoud Abbas Proposes Palestinian Unity Government With Hamas

Mahmoud Abbas Proposes Palestinian Unity Government With Hamas

Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority, center, was greeted by fellow Fatah members on the second day of the Fatah party conference, in Ramallah, the West Bank, on Wednesday.
In Harsh Terms, Kerry Says Israel Is Undermining Peace Efforts

In Harsh Terms, Kerry Says Israel Is Undermining Peace Efforts

Secretary of State John Kerry with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel in New York in September. At the Saban Forum in Washington on Sunday, Mr. Kerry called the building of Israeli
Facebook Struggles to Put Out Online Fires in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Facebook Struggles to Put Out Online Fires in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Israeli firefighters trying to extinguish a blaze last month in Nataf, near Jerusalem. When recent fires erupted, some Palestinians celebrated on social media.
Buoyed by Donald Trump Win, Jerusalem Mayor Hopes to Get U.S. Embassy

Buoyed by Donald Trump Win, Jerusalem Mayor Hopes to Get U.S. Embassy

Mayor Nir Barkat of Jerusalem says he is optimistic that when Donald J. Trump is president, he will move the United States Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, whose status is contested by Israel and
Israel Reaches Agreement to Relocate Amona Settlers

Israel Reaches Agreement to Relocate Amona Settlers

Jewish settlers ate lunch in Amona on Sunday. The settlers have accepted a government proposal to evacuate and move to a nearby location, but critics have decried the solution as just as illegal.
Op-Ed Contributor: Israel Is Ready for a Reset at the U.N.

Op-Ed Contributor: Israel Is Ready for a Reset at the U.N.

Benjamin Netanyahu, prime minister of Israel, speaking to the United Nations General Assembly in September.
In Israel, Arrest of Arab Lawmaker Stokes Debate on Loyalty

In Israel, Arrest of Arab Lawmaker Stokes Debate on Loyalty

Basel Ghattas, an Arab member of Israel’s Parliament, in 2015. Mr. Ghattas was accused of smuggling cellphones to Palestinian prisoners.
Rebuffing Israel, U.S. Allows Censure Over Settlements

Rebuffing Israel, U.S. Allows Censure Over Settlements

Construction at an Israeli settlement in the West Bank in 2015.
For Obama and Netanyahu, a Final Clash After Years of Conflict

For Obama and Netanyahu, a Final Clash After Years of Conflict

President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel in the Oval Office in November 2015.
U.S. Transition Puts Israeli Focus Back on Palestinians

U.S. Transition Puts Israeli Focus Back on Palestinians

The Israeli West Bank settlement of Maale Adumim, background, overlooking the Palestinian village of Al Z’aim.