Arikat is the Washington Bureau Chief for the Jerusalem-based Palestinian newspaper al-Quds.
Comment: The latest uprising of Palestinian teenagers believes that Israel is no longer the only target of resistance, writes Said Arikat.
Comment: Democratic Party senators are lining up behind the US president's nuclear deal, and the Israel lobby knows it, says Said Arikat.
Comment: Abu Nadeem found evidence showing his son died by an Israeli bullet. That work led to a court case. His story is an example to all, says Said Arikat.
Comment: Billed as a serious grilling over one of the most historic geopolitical agreements of recent years, the US secretary of state's appearance was more like a parlour game.
Analysis: The Iran nuclear deal now faces a tough test to win domestic US approval, but the experts are lining up to endorse a victory for diplomacy.
Comment: With all the efforts to fight it, outlaw it and shut it down, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement must be doing something right, writes Said Arikat.
Comment: The US president is riding high after a series of political victories, but more work remains in the months he has left in office, writes Said Arikat.
Comment: By rejecting any suggestion that Israel may have been wrong in waging war(s) on Gaza, the United States is losing what credibility it had in the Middle East.
Comment: Expending more blood and treasure will compound the disaster in the Middle East. Only long-term co-operation from a stable Iraqi government will solve its problems, says Said Arikat.
Comment: Under US pressure, the UN omitted Israel from its 'list of shame' of violators of children's rights during conflict. What legitimacy does such a list have, asks Said Arikat.