The doublespeak of the Obama administration deals a slap in the face for the Palestinians and the UN resolution condemning Israel. What a shame.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
The Palestinian Authority maneuvers an obstacle course on the path to statehood, and today it goes to the United Nations with a vote against Israel. Question: Will the Americans help or hinder it?
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Father of microcredit and microfinancing Muhammad Yunus ended 2010 embroiled in a financial scandal. Is something wrong with Bangladesh's much-feted economist and his Grameen Bank?
REZWAN
They have released a manifesto. The language is crude and some may even be offended. But really, there are way more offensive things in Gaza.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
How does a nation so quickly forget the vile racism it endured for generations - which nearly drove it to annihilation - and inflict it carelessly on another?
DAN-CHYI CHUA
An Israeli satire show recently used the popular iPhone game to make fun of the peace process. In a way, it's the perfect crash course on the impossibility of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Is it a sign of the times when the Philippines' most famous fighter is pulling votes for a senior Democrat in one of the tightest races in the US midterms?
DAN-CHYI CHUA
As the president fought to avert his party's defeat in the US midterm elections, peace negotiations he was mediating between the Israelis and Palestinians were put on hold. For a moment there, it almost seemed like that was all that was keeping the two sides from resolving their conflict.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
So much for being the Middle East's only democracy. Pronouncements coming from Israel's political and religious leaders are starting to sound like they are being issued from Tehran, rather than from Jerusalem.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Prominent Palestinian Dr Sari Nusseibeh suggests what the US and the international community can do to end his people's conflict with Israel, and how wrong can sometimes be done, when they try to do right.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Against the backdrop of renewed violence and construction in the West Bank, all the words of the leaders in the so-called peace process are sounding hollow, compared to the arguments of an elderly Israeli who's almost seen it all.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
The government of Israel consistently speaks out against its enemies: Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran and so on. But does it actually know who its friends are?
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu insists the Palestinians acknowledge Israel as a “Jewish state”. The Palestinian Authority won't. Alright, let's now look at the facts on the ground.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
When the new lunar month begins this week, the holiday season will start for both the Jews and Arabs. But will there be the ultimate celebration, that of a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Faith says it should.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Before the Obama-mediated talks between Israel and the Palestinians can begin in Washington, they are already crying bloody murder in the holy land.
DAN-CHYI CHUA