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Author: Pinhas Inbari
Pinhas Inbari is a veteran Arab affairs correspondent who formerly reported for Israel Radio and
newspaper, and currently serves as an analyst for the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.
Is the Palestinian Authority Stable Enough for Peace Talks?
June 16, 2009 |
While Prime Minister Salam Fayyad’s stellar reputation in the West as a reformer-statesman continues to inspire confidence among U.S. security officials and donor nations, he does not have the political base to succeed in the long term. Moreover, Washington’s notion that reformed political power can be purchased is naïve. Furthermore, Fayyad has continued to pay monthly salaries to nearly 12,000 Hamas Executive Force members, the same force that fought IDF troops in the recent Gaza war.
Jordan’s Outreach to Hamas: The Politics of Distress
September 17, 2008 |
Hamas influence in Jordan and the West Bank is rising. Iran and Russia are moving to reshape the Middle East. At the same time, Jordan fears it cannot trust the political will of its traditional allies as Israel has diplomatically engaged Jordan’s adversaries – Syria and Hamas.
The Risks to Regional Security from International Forces in Gaza
June 24, 2007 |
With the total collapse of Fatah in Gaza and the territory’s takeover by Hamas, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has been giving serious consideration to the deployment of international forces in the Gaza Strip generally, and more specifically in the sensitive Philadelphi Corridor separating Gaza from Egyptian Sinai. A deeper look reveals that the international-forces idea is very dangerous with potentially grave results for Israel.
Brothers in Arms: Fatah and Palestinian Islamic Jihad
March 1, 2007 |
The Arab World’s Political Dilemma: Between Islamic “Resistance” and the Western State System
January 18, 2007 |
Will There Be a Palestinian Civil War?
June 25, 2006 |
The Murder of Musa Arafat and the Battle for the Spoils of Gaza
October 10, 2005 |
Are There Signs of a Jordanian-Palestinian Reengagement?
July 19, 2005 |