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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: The academic and cultural boycott recognises that Israel uses both of these areas as a means to carry out and whitewash violations of Palestinian rights, in breach of international law.
Analysis: The UK government's decision to outlaw Hamas could weaken moderates, empower hardliners, and effectively end track two diplomacy. It could also hinder humanitarian work in the besieged Gaza Strip.
Analysis: It is difficult to see Manama reversing course on diplomatic ties with Israel, but the Palestinian cause still retains significant mobilising power in Bahraini society.
Analysis: Israel's improved ties with Gulf countries have alleviated India's hesitation to pursue open bilateral relations with Tel Aviv, as both countries look to diversify their alliance systems.
Analysis: For those uninitiated with the shadow boxing of the Palestinian Authority, Abbas's comments at the recent UNGA meeting may cause surprise. The reality however is that it is far less of a departure in Palestinian diplomacy as one may think.
Analysis: Palestinians in Israel see the 1956 massacre as a painful event representing both their historic dispossession and the ongoing reality of being a second-class minority.
Analysis: After their escape from Gilboa Prison, the 'Jenin 6' and the wider community have faced various forms of collective punishment by the Israeli authorities. Is it therefore yet another case of "freedom next time" for the Palestinians?