Foreign Policy describes Sec. Kerry's efforts to prevent PM Fayed's resignation. (Foreign Policy)
Aid agencies in Gaza protest new Hamas travel restrictions. (New York Times)
Pres. Abbas says he will try to begin to form a new government soon. (Xinhua)
Israel's defense establishment reportedly wants closer ties to the PA. (YNet)
Israel tears down the fence of a major West Bank settlement, in accordance with a high court ruling. (Xinhua)
The US is moving forward with a $10 billion arms sale package to Israel, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. (New York Times)
Two rockets fired from the Gaza Strip reportedly land in southern Israel without causing any damage or injuries. (Reuters)
An Israeli delegation will visit Turkey next week in another sign of thawing relations. (Reuters)
Israeli forces demolish a store owned by Bedouin orphans. (Ma'an)
Egyptian officials pledge their country will never be a threat to Israel. (Jerusalem Post)
The death of a Jordanian policeman leads to threats against Israelis. (The Media Line)
UC Berkeley's student government passes a motion urging the university to divest from three companies doing business in the occupied West Bank. (JTA)
Nathan Thrall says the Palestinian leadership can't choose between cooperation and confrontation with Israel, and is thus paying the full price for both. (Foreign Affairs)
David Rosenberg calls Fayyad "the latest victim of the Arab Spring." (Ha'aretz)
The Economist says if Fayyad's departure leads to reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah, it may prove a good thing. (The Economist)
The BBC interviews PM Netanyahu, who says Israel reserves its right to defend itself. (BBC)
Samuel Lebens says he was inspired by the way Israelis and Palestinians commemorated their dead together on Memorial Day. (Ha'aretz)
George Hishmeh says Kerry's well-intentioned Middle East peace efforts require commitment and resolve. (Gulf News)
Akiva Eldar looks at strategies used by the Israeli settlement movement. (Al Monitor)
Asmaa al-Ghoul profiles Gaza's Christian community. (Al  Monitor)

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