Just in case you missed these on the website this week, here are a few items of particular interest:

Khaled Abu Toameh, discussing a possible coup in Fatah, reports that "Fatah gunmen have returned to the streets of some West Bank cities and refugee camps are openly challenging Abbas's leadership."

Yaakov Lappin warns that, should Iran come near the nuclear mark, Israel has the right to self-defense. To the U.S., we hear, this mark comes when Iran can put a nuclear warhead on a missile; to Israel, nearer Iran and smaller, this mark comes when it is no longer possible to stop Iran from putting a nuclear warhead on a missile.

Douglas Murray reminds us that violence against us must be be our fault: if we would just stay quiet and accept abuse, there would not be any, right?

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