Right now, Palestinians feel less motivated to take to the streets to protest Israeli or US policies as Fatah and Hamas leaders continue to engage in an incomprehensible struggle over money and power
In 2019 the Palestinian economy grew by only 1% due in part to low levels of investment, movement restriction, poor tax collection and a stand-off between the PA and Israel.
A trio of graduates in Gaza are marketing an innovative energy product, bringing sustainable, affordable energy to the region.
Al-Sheikh said on Twitter that he did not attend any meeting with Israeli officials regarding the calf imports crisis.
Football League warns season in jeopardy due to lack of funding
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
Palestinian Authority asks World Bank to monitor Jewish state’s policy of withholding tax transfers over PA payments for attacks against Israelis.
As Khaled Abu Toameh and Tovah Lazaroff reported in The Jerusalem Post this week, the PA is on the verge of financial collapse.
Monthly safety net agreed to again but there’s still no guarantees.
It’s high time for change. The Palestinian people deserve leaders who will give them not only jobs, healthcare and electricity, but sound governance – not bullets and incitement.