Readers write about aid discrimination in Burma, President Bush's Mideast trip, and Jimmy Carter's Hamas talks.
Hamas officials in Egypt Monday considered terms of a possible 'tahadiyeh,' or calming, in recent fighting with Israel even as violence flared on both sides of the border.
In speeches during his Mideast swing, the president lectured Arab regimes but praised Israel.
In Sharm el-Sheik Sunday, the president chided Arab leaders for lagging behind on democratic progress, in sharp contrast to a speech in which he praised Israel.
Many Muslims believe that women should have the right to vote and to hold any job outside the home that they qualify for.
Colombia says the files show Venezuela supports the leftist rebels, a claim Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez calls 'ridiculous.'
At the Knesset on Thursday, the president spoke in visionary terms of Israel's future, saying that the core of the current regional conflict 'was an ancient battle between good and evil.'