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Palestinians hold signs as they rally in the centre of the West Bank city of Ramallah demanding an end to the split between the Gaza Strip and the West Bank and calling for political reconciliation between the Fatah party and the Islamist movement Fatah, on February 24, 2011.

Senior Fatah Official: U.S. Is No. 1 Enemy of Palestinians

JERUSALEM – A senior official from Fatah, the party of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, called the United States “the number one enemy of the Palestinian people” in a recent television interview. Jamal Muhaisen, a member of the Fatah Central Committee, made the comments in an interview aired on official PA TV on March 23.

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Iran Banks Not Ready For Business Following Sanctions Relief

Iran knows full well that the end of international sanctions will only translate to more foreign trade and investment if major global banks re-connect with the Islamic republic. But of all foreign companies, banks are the most reluctant to resume

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Iran Deal: Obama Surrendered to Ahmadinejad

New details of the history of the Iran deal talks that the Obama administration eagerly sought talks with the Iranian regime, granting it the “right” to enrich uranium at the outset.

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A ‘Terrible Deal’: Nuclear Agreement Reached with Iran

While President Barack Obama claimed that the deal will prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, and European Union leaders hailed a “new chapter in international relations,” Israeli leaders said that the deal will guarantee the emergence of a nuclear Iran. One Israeli opposition leader said: “We thought it was a bad deal, but it is in fact a terrible deal.” Indeed, the deal is weaker than the provisional arrangement the White House announced this past April.