Columns

For years, Israel’s Palestinian minority has been outside the political game. The Joint List is poised to change the rules.

Meron Rapoport

To fight jihadism, Islamophobia needs to be curbed, something that many world leaders have spoken publicly about. But Harper has remained silent, at least on that aspect of jihadism

Mersiha Gadzo

Banksy tricks us with the cult of celebrity into believing he is the star attraction, when in reality it is actually Gaza

Charles B. Anthony

‘Jihadi John’ was able to join IS for one simple reason: from Quilliam to al-Muhajiroun, Britain’s loudest extremists have been groomed by the security services

Nafeez Ahmed

The sanitised mass murder of American Sniper and video drone strikes are in a continuum with IS’s YouTube horror videos

Neve Gordon and Nicola Perugini

The official Libya government joins the anti-AKP axis, banning Turkish firms that are among the biggest foreign investors in the country

Ozan Serdaroglu

Will the Houthis realise they may be overreaching and take a more conciliatory approach or continue in their all-or-nothing game?

Sharif Nashashibi

Revelations about the ‘sex-mad’ depravity of ISIS puts them on par with war crimes from Bosnia to Abu Ghraib

CJ Werleman

Like the farm-to-table production of Palestinian olives, journalists, editors and publishers are required to harvest stories and turn them into relevant news

Sam Bahour

The row over a ban on Iranians studying sanctions-related engineering and science harks back to the heyday of McCarthyism

Belen Fernandez