Tuesday, 26 May , 2020

Arabs

How Netanyahu’s Father Adopted the View of Arabs as Savages

Benzion Netanyahu, the late father of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, looked to historian Joseph Klausner as his intellectual mentor and fully embraced his view...

Instead of Turning East, Turkey is Going It Alone

By Nick Danforth February 13, 2018 Since Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) came to power in late 2002, there’s been talk about the...

Hezbollah’s Hassan Nasrallah vows to focus on Palestine

The leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah has said his group and its allies in the region would renew their focus on the Palestinian cause after...

last straw | By Mazin Qumsiyeh

Trump’s decision dropped the last fig leaf and added the final straw that will indeed reshape Western Asia and Probably the world but not...

From Syria to Indonesia: Protests over Jerusalem spread

Anger about the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital is escalating, with protests in several major cities around the world. There have been...

Provoking Arabs and Islam to Launch a World “War of Civilizations”

The Importance of the City of Jerusalem in Islam In Arabic, Jerusalum is called "Al-Quds"—the Noble, Sacred Place Jerusalem is perhaps the only city in the...

Social media reaction: Arabs helpless and hopeless

After US President Donald Trump ignored warnings from the international community and formally recognised Jerusalem as the Israeli capital, some Twitter users focused on...

How colonial violence came home: the ugly truth of the first...

The Great War is often depicted as an unexpected catastrophe. But for millions who had been living under imperialist rule, terror and degradation were...

The Destruction of Yemen and Its Cultural Heritage

Lamya Khalidi Published online: 16 October 2017 After losing control of the capital Sanaa to Yemen's northern Houthi movement, which is aligned with forces loyal...

Why Palestine is Still the Issue

By John Pilger When I first went to Palestine as a young reporter in the 1960s, I stayed on a kibbutz. The people I met...