The Arab-Israeli conflict defies solution. It is time the West recognised that the differences are irreconcilable -- and the sooner the better
It is difficult to believe that the Palestinians really want peace. But when will the “international community” recognise the true purpose of Palestinian roadblocks to the peace process?
As the doomed-from-the-start Israel-Palestinian talks finally crumble into dust, some good decisions have finally come from all sides, from Israel and, strangely and perversely, the Palestinians too
In Jerusalem, the reality is that people will get on with each other if you let them. The hope may lie at the bottom not the top
Obama gets a dose of good, old-fashioned Middle-Eastern hospitality. And he's not even there yet...
Enjoy your trip to the Holy Land, Mr. President. Just don’t expect to succeed where others have failed
Isn't it about time you hopped on a plane to the Middle East, Mr Prime Minister?
The Middle East peace process is not, nor was it ever, being stopped by the presence of Jewish settlements
Mahmoud Abbas is right - education can incite. In which case, he may want to take a closer look at what Palestinian children are learning in their classrooms
Documents seen by The Commentator have revealed disturbing attitudes towards the Israeli Prime Minister and the British Government’s analysis of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
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