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Analysis: Israel is attempting to frame efforts to evict Palestinian Bedouins from their land as a 'legal dispute', but displacing Palestinians has always been at the crux of its concerted and ongoing settler-colonial project.
Analysis: With house demolitions reaching record highs, the Bennett government has also advanced settlement plans which would be a death blow to the already slim prospects for a two-state solution.
Analysis: New York congressman Jamaal Bowman's trip to Israel last month has provoked serious debate on the US left. Some see these differences as part of a healthy discussion.
Analysis: With a focus on Russia and China, Biden's first year as US president has been marked by a largely passive approach to the Middle East aimed at managing the status quo.
Analysis: With little international resistance, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is seeking to deepen Israel's control of the Golan Heights in a way that marks Israel's presence there as a point of no return.
Analysis: Hisham Abu Hawash joins a long lineage of political prisoners in Palestine and across the world who use hunger strikes to reclaim their power over their bodies and bring awareness to their cause.
Analysis: With elections scheduled for late December, the visit to Israel by Haftar's son signals the Libyan general's intent to invest in a partnership with Tel Aviv if he were to become president.
Analysis: Opposition parties and political activists have for decades called for democratic reforms to strengthen the power of parliament, but recently unveiled constitutional amendments have proven controversial.
Analysis: Leaders in Riyadh and Tehran are starting to realise that their long-standing rivalry that has defined the region's recent history is no longer serving their countries’ interests.