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The Mubarak regime has been a tool with which Israel and the US have pressured Palestinians.
Will the pan-Arab intifada reignite Palestinian streets or is the challenge facing Palestinians just too great?
Ahmed Moor
Did the PA know about the Gaza war in advance? That's a question raised by several exchanges in The Palestine Papers.
David Poort
Clayton Swisher reports on the PA's surprising suggestion that Israel reoccupy the Philadelphi crossing.
Clayton Swisher
PA negotiators are increasingly proposing an idea that's met with derision from Israelis, sharp criticism from the US.
David Poort
Playful banter, inappropriate jokes and bizarre rants: We take you through the "lighter side" of The Palestine Papers.
Laila Al-Arian
Al Jazeera receives numerous mentions, none of them flattering, in this trove of Palestinian documents.
PA is bluntly critical of many Arab states, particularly Egyptian efforts to broker a deal between Hamas and Fatah.
Amira Howeidy
Documents include handwritten notes of 2005 exchange between PA and Israel on plan to kill Palestinian fighter in Gaza.
David Poort
For Fatah, the Annapolis process seems to have been as much about crushing Hamas as about ending Israel's occupation.
Laila Al-Arian
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