Columns

Proponents of Iranian regime change in Washington should look carefully at America's intervention track record over past 20 years

Adam Weinstein

Turkish bombardment of Kurdish strongholds in Iraq and Syria may be prelude to wider operations to reverse growing Kurdish autonomy

David Barchard

While many in Egypt's army milk the country’s economy, millions of Egyptians languish in poverty. This an army for the army – not the people

Amr Khalifa

A number of critics have grossly misrepresented Baroness Warsi's account of being a senior British Muslim politician

Peter Oborne

The unprecedented action is not just a bid for improved conditions, but a call for the most basic of human rights and treatment in Israeli prisons

Dr Inas Abbad

Trump's ban and the jizya system of the early Islamic caliphates are two different concepts from different political systems with different values

Mustafa Salama

As Palestinians face Israeli-imposed water hardships, an Israeli firm makes money off extracting water from air to 'quench global thirst'

Belen Fernandez

Dear readers, which of these headlines is actually real?

Katie Miranda

The machinations to install a 31-year-old prince to the Saudi throne is a Verdi Opera in four acts

David Hearst

Desperate for a win after several embarrassing fails with fewer than 100 days in office, Trump aggressively targets Iran

Shahir Shahidsaless