Columns

Last year Trump attacked Syria at a time when he was facing a domestic crisis, a conundrum he also faces now

Ibrahim Al-Marashi

For those accustomed to miscalculation, it is not easy to discern wrong from right

Basheer Nafi

The unhealthy obsession with the year of the invasion effectively writes out subsequent, and still unfolding, history

Fanar Haddad

Criticising the Israeli propaganda tactic does not get in the way of activism against society's many other oppressive systems

Nada Elia

It is appalling to use accusations against the Labour leader to cover up UK support for the dispossession of Palestinians

Ilan Pappe

Giving the UK a seat on the UN Security Council is like employing a gangster to serve as a judge

Mark Curtis

Admission that the state was likely in contact with Libyan groups linked to Manchester bombing raises fundamental questions about British links to terrorism

Mark Curtis

Nearly half of Americans still believe the war was legal - and it's easy to see why

CJ Werleman

Equating Lebanon with Hezbollah is a merely a way to pre-emptively excuse Israel for the impending mass slaughter

Belen Fernandez

Jews from Arab and North African countries suffered systematic discrimination when they arrived in Israel as a new documentary Salah – Here is Eretz Yisrael by David Deri explores

Ali Haider