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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: 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: 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 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.
Stefan Malul has said that he will purchase notorious Israeli owned Beitar Jerusalem football club, as legal troubles persist for the current owner.
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.