Ali Adam is a journalist and commentator on Arab affairs with a focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Opinion: The construction permits Israel announced for Palestinians are unlikely to materialise, and amount to little more than a distraction from the settler-colonial project, writes Ali Adam.
In-depth: With Palestinian legislative elections fast approaching, Israel has ramped up measures to sabotage the vote.
Comment: A Saudi-Emirati effort is underway to discredit Palestinian narratives of the conflict in favour of Israeli ones in order to pave the way for normalisation, writes Ali Adam.
Analysis: The Arab League's failure to condemn normalisation deals with Israel has soured already complicated ties with Palestine.
With the Palestinian national movement facing an existential crisis, political factions have embarked on the long road to unity.
Analysis: The truce reflects Israel's policy of maintaining the status quo in the Gaza Strip - a permanent blockade.
Fear has gripped Gaza after the first community outbreak of Covid-19.
Comment: Colonising Palestinian territories little by little is a tried tested formula that helps Israel avoid accountability. Annexation is no different, writes Ali Adam.
Comment: Israel's mainstream parties are on the same page when it comes to maintaining the occupation of the Palestinian territories, writes Ali Adam.
Comment: He has been a virtual subcontractor of the Israeli occupation, but Israel has still managed to make Mahmoud Abbas the poster-boy of 'terror-funding', writes Ali Adam.