A new agreement aims to mend the rift between Fatah and Hamas — but the wounds may run too deep.
But eight months in, the U.S. president is still playing nice with Israel — thanks to a moribund peace process.
The Trump administration defies Bibi in hopes of restarting peace talks and averting upheaval.
Whatever faint hopes there were of a breakthrough in the Israel-Palestine conflict are beyond reach right now.
The epicenter of the Arab-Israeli crisis will always be the Temple Mount, where both sides struggle over ancient history and modern-day politics.
Washington wants to stop the Palestinian Authority from incentivizing violence. But if it's not careful, it could push the region further into chaos.
As tensions simmer in Jerusalem, a linchpin of Israel’s security relationship with the Arab world is put to the test.
Both Israelis and Palestinians are chafing under the Trump administration's plans to revive the long-moribund peace process.
The Islamist movement's Arab neighbors, together with Israel, are cutting off its few remaining lifelines — and hoping not to spark a war.
Why build a seaport in Gaza when you could build a brand new island? Security, that’s why.
American presidents have generally been pretty good at botching things in the Middle East, but this one is winning at it.
If only the president were willing to put some effort into it.
On his first visit to Israel, the president stressed his “personal commitment” to ending the country’s conflict with the Palestinians but did nothing to prove it.