All posts tagged Nathan Jeffay

Fears funding freeze is going too far

DONALD Trump is being accused of taking his squeeze on Palestinian funding too far, by stopping new grants to organisations that promote coexistence with Israelis.

Accords architect: Oslo is not dead

While many see the Oslo Accords as misguided and a failure, the man behind them says he still believes in them, reports Nathan Jeffay.

BDS ‘bullying’ derails Del Rey visit

BDS activists are delighted, after the line-up at an Israeli music festival was thrown into chaos by 11 cancellations, including the American singer Lana Del Rey and Australian DJ Mall Grab.

Israel pleased as US cuts UNRWA funding

There is dismay in the international community but delight in Israel, after America ended a funding to the UN’s agency for Palestinian refugees.

US moves to redefine Palestinian refugees

America is preparing to declare that most people deemed Palestinian refugees aren’t actually refugees, according to an Israel Television News report last Saturday.

Rajoub shown red card by FIFA

FIFA has suspended the top official in Palestinian football, because he "incited hatred and violence" when he tried to turn international players against Israel.

Tributes flow for Kofi Annan

Annan’s unshakable stance against anti-Semitism has dominated the tributes to him in Israel and the Jewish world since his death on Saturday, aged 80.

Hamas and PA clash over Israel talks

Palestinian politics has been turned on its head, with Hamas deep in negotiations with Israel and the moderate Palestinian Authority furious about the process.

Israeli Druze rally against ‘slap in face’ law

The relationship between Israel and its most loyal minority is in crisis, after it assembled a mass demonstration to decry the government's path.

Border clashes continue amid hopes of ceasefire

Hamas officials have spent days in intense meetings considering a long-term ceasefire, prompting speculation that a deal is near.