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Is the third Intifada looming?


Young Palestinians are carrying out knife attacks against Israelis and clashing with Israeli soldiers on Israel's streets. This has prompted the military to seal off certain districts and destroy the houses of the attackers. Can this spiral of violence be broken?



La Repubblica - Italy | Thursday, 22. October 2015

Netanyahu exploiting the Shoah

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a speech to the World Zionist Congress on Tuesday that the then Palestinian mufti had urged Hitler to exterminate the Jews. He is distorting history, the centre-left daily La Repubblica writes in dismay: » more


Neue Zürcher Zeitung - Switzerland | Tuesday, 20. October 2015

Palestinians are a nation

The renewed violence between Israel and the Palestinians puts the question of a two-state solution firmly back on the agenda, the centre-right daily Neue Zürcher Zeitung observes, criticising those who claim the Palestinians are not a nation: » more



Le Jeudi - Luxembourg | Thursday, 15. October 2015

Palestinians fight against rogue state Israel

One reason for the repeated attacks by Palestinians on Israelis in recent weeks is that Israel has no constitution, the centre-left weekly Le Jeudi contends: » more


Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - Germany | Thursday, 15. October 2015

Palestine's Arabellion

Israel is not the only target of the Palestinians' anger, writes the conservative daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: » more


The Independent - United Kingdom | Wednesday, 14. October 2015

Threat of a third Intifada looms large

The Palestinians' frustration at Israeli occupation could explode in a new rebellion any time now, the centre-left daily The Independent warns: » more


ABC - Spain | Thursday, 15. October 2015

Peace not impossible

Despite the escalating violence the outlook there are signs that a peaceful turn in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians could be in the making, writes the conservative daily ABC optimistically: » more


Le Figaro - France | Saturday, 10. October 2015

Netanyahu must prevent the third Intifada

Israel responded to a missile attack from the Gaza Strip with airstrikes on Saturday, while last week saw at least four knife attacks by Palestinians against Israelis in Jerusalem. Prime Minister Netanyahu has every interest in curbing the violence, the Israeli political scientist Denis Charbit explains in the conservative daily Le Figaro: » more


La Repubblica - Italy | Thursday, 1. October 2015

Palestinian president alienating everyone

Palestinian president Abbas seems to lack any will at all to start a dialogue, the centre-left daily La Repubblica laments: » more


Kristeligt Dagbladet - Denmark | Friday, 2. October 2015

Responsibility for peace also lies with Israel

Israel urgently needs to change its settlement policy, the daily Kristeligt Dagblad writes commenting on Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas's announcement that the Palestinians would no longer be bound by the Oslo Accords: » more


Spiegel Online - Germany | Thursday, 1. October 2015

Nothing but empty threats

The threat of termination of the Oslo Accords won't have any repercussions, the news portal Spiegel Online believes: » more


 

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