Columns

Given logistical and strategic challenges, IS is not likely to attempt an invasion of Lebanon any time soon

Sami Moubayed

A regime that has no support among its own population cannot survive years of civil war, no matter how powerful it is or how much support it gets from abroad

Edward Dark

Land Day highlights Palestinians' identity and their political struggle for equality against oppression and discrimination

Dr Marwan Darweish

Since the West reserves the word 'terrorism' for acts by Muslims, isn’t it obvious why so many Americans believe that all terrorists are Muslims?

CJ Werleman

Iranian leaders have been embracing anti-American rhetoric, even while their diplomats negotiate a solution to the nuclear issue. Those chants are, surprisingly, a good sign

Kayvon Afshari and Michael Brooks

It is heartening that so far, world leaders - including the US - are not buying his attempt to wriggle out of his offensive statements

Sharif Nashashibi

Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen’s Iranian-backed rebel Houthis have raised the stakes and could see the region erupt into a sectarian war

Bill Law

Nearly four decades after the 1976 seizure of Palestinians’ land within Israel, land lies at the heart of the unequal relationship between Arabs and Jews within the state

Hatim Kanaaneh

There is a possibility the Saudi air strikes in Yemen are destroying weaponry largely provided for by Riyadh

Andrew Hammond

Likud canvassers reportedly warned voters that Israel would be forced to take orders from 'Hussein Obama' if Netanyahu was not re-elected

Richard Silverstein