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Palestinian Deception Government

Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Ishtayeh tendered his resignation to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas after serving in the position for five years.
Ishtayeh’s government will continue to function as a transitional administration until a successor is appointed.

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The Illusion of Reforms in the Palestinian Authority

The Palestinian Authority (PA) recently announced reforms to its governing mechanisms, purportedly in response to the Biden administration’s request.
However, these changes appear to be merely cosmetic, casting doubt on the viability of the Biden administration’s vision for a “Revitalized PA.”

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Clan Rule in the Gaza Strip Poses a Threat to Israel’s Security

The prospect of implementing clan rule in the Gaza Strip stands out as one of the worst options that could undermine Israel’s security.
It is imperative for the political echelon to align with the Biden administration, supporting the idea that a “Revitalized PA” should govern Gaza after undergoing comprehensive reforms.

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The Biden Administration’s Vision for Resolving the Conflict Faces Challenges

The Biden administration is grappling with significant challenges in realizing its vision of achieving a political agreement between Israel and the Palestinians immediately post-war, focusing on establishing an independent Palestinian state. However, this vision is deemed impractical by the administration. The establishment of an independent Palestinian state is seen as an existential threat to Israel, making it unwilling to agree to such terms.

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Reconsidering the Prospects of Israel-Saudi Arabia Normalization

Amid ongoing conflicts in the Gaza Strip and along Israel’s border with Lebanon, diplomatic discussions between the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia have resumed, aiming at a potential tripartite normalization agreement. However, several significant concerns surround this proposed deal, casting doubts on its potential benefits for Israel’s security.

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Palestinian Deception Government

Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Ishtayeh tendered his resignation to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas after serving in the position for five years.
Ishtayeh’s government will continue to function as a transitional administration until a successor is appointed.

Read More >>

The Illusion of Reforms in the Palestinian Authority

The Palestinian Authority (PA) recently announced reforms to its governing mechanisms, purportedly in response to the Biden administration’s request.
However, these changes appear to be merely cosmetic, casting doubt on the viability of the Biden administration’s vision for a “Revitalized PA.”

Read More >>

Clan Rule in the Gaza Strip Poses a Threat to Israel’s Security

The prospect of implementing clan rule in the Gaza Strip stands out as one of the worst options that could undermine Israel’s security.
It is imperative for the political echelon to align with the Biden administration, supporting the idea that a “Revitalized PA” should govern Gaza after undergoing comprehensive reforms.

Read More >>

The Biden Administration’s Vision for Resolving the Conflict Faces Challenges

The Biden administration is grappling with significant challenges in realizing its vision of achieving a political agreement between Israel and the Palestinians immediately post-war, focusing on establishing an independent Palestinian state. However, this vision is deemed impractical by the administration. The establishment of an independent Palestinian state is seen as an existential threat to Israel, making it unwilling to agree to such terms.

Read More >>

Reconsidering the Prospects of Israel-Saudi Arabia Normalization

Amid ongoing conflicts in the Gaza Strip and along Israel’s border with Lebanon, diplomatic discussions between the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia have resumed, aiming at a potential tripartite normalization agreement. However, several significant concerns surround this proposed deal, casting doubts on its potential benefits for Israel’s security.

Read More >>