Columns

The only response to Trump's Jerusalem decision is by dissolving the PA thus restoring the conflict to its basic and clear expression: the people versus the occupation

Basheer Nafi

One of the most significant structural threats to the post-revolutionary Tunisian state is its approach towards its economic origins

Max Gallien

Despite all the political hype and media fanfare about the growing Iranian threat in the region, Saudi Arabia has virtually been left on its own to deal with Tehran

Maysam Behravesh

Netanyahu prepared Israel for a historic event with Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as its capital. The result was much less triumphant

Meron Rapoport

Lineker, by expressing outrage at the Israeli treatment of Palestinian children, has empowered the narrative of the oppressed - and inevitably brought wrath on himself

Arzu Merali

The Somali-born anti-Islam mouthpiece has praised Saudi Arabia's crown prince for his reforms - while out-Trumping Trump in her calls to ban Muslims

Belen Fernandez

A New York bookstore had to issue a grovelling apology after it stocked a sellout ABC book that celebrates Palestine and its central place in Christianity

Nada Elia

For once the Jordanian king and Palestinian president have earned their position as Arab leaders

David Hearst

Decades of US foreign policy in the region offered the Arab world ample reason to engage in anti-Americanism - recognising Jerusalem as Israel’s capital is the straw that broke the camel’s back

Madawi Al-Rasheed

A new regional axis spearheaded by Turkey and Iran aims to put the Palestinian question at the forefront of its priorities

Nabil Ennasri