Cracking down on the press is becoming the norm
Donald Trump’s presidency was bookended by the White House pushing “alternative facts” about the size of the crowd at Trump’s...
10 Years on the assassination of Osama bin Laden
The terrorist organisation that changed the trajectory of global politics through its spectacular attack on September 11, 2001 has survived...

Opinion

Egypt has witnessed many train accidents in recent weeks, with dozens of people being killed. The first accident was in late March and was due to a collision between two ...
Indeed, we no longer know whether we are living in a circus or in a country that we owe to more than it owes us. We no longer know if ...
A series of momentous social and economic reforms has seen Saudi Arabia evolve faster in the past few years than it has in decades. Women have been freed to drive ...
Last week, Jordan celebrated the centennial of its establishment. Despite watered-down ceremonies due to the pandemic — and despite a recent rift within the Hashemite Royal Court — Jordan has ...
It's clear that Israel does not want the Iran nuclear deal to be salvaged, but provocations may speed up re-negotiation. Located around 250 kilometres south of Tehran is Iran’s key ...
Tyrants in any part of the world have not reached the degree of love, deification and power over a long period of time except in our Arab region. We are ...
Since March 29, in Washington, D.C., Iman Saleh, age 26, has been on a hunger strike to demand an end to the war in Yemen. She is joined by five ...
A truly dismal saga is playing out in Jerusalem District Court. Not just as regards Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but also relating to parts of Israel’s media landscape. And although ...

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