Ali Adam is a journalist and commentator on Arab affairs with a focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Comment: Mohammed bin Salman and Brazil's Bolsonaro are two leaders hoping that warmer relations with Israel will be their ticket to currying favour with Trump's White House, writes Ali Adam.
Comment: If a 'peace plan' does in fact exist, it will be rejected if it calls on Israel to make even the tiniest of concessions, writes Ali Adam
Comment: As long as Palestinian reconciliation efforts go unresolved, there's not much hope for Gaza, writes Ali Adam.
Feature: Thousands of Gazans hit hard by the sharply deteriorating economic and living conditions rushed to leave the Gaza Strip, after Egypt opened the crossing, writes Ali Adam.
In-depth: Egyptian-brokered reconciliation talks between Fatah and Hamas left divisions in the Palestinian national movement even more entrenched, reports Ali Adam.
Israeli crop sprayers are frequently targeting Palestinian farmland in Gaza, leading to medical problems for locals and devastating crops, reports Ali Adam.
A new movement aims to inspire masses of Palestinians to take direct action, reports Ali Adam.
In-depth: The situation in Gaza is getting visibly worse every single day, and the people of Gaza are not going to be able to handle the grim conditions any longer.
Comment: While Arab leaders pursue ties with Israel for their own self-interest, popular outrage will eventually turn the tide in favour of the Palestinians, writes Ali Adam.