Columns

The number of settlements and settlers continues to rise at an alarming rate adding unnecessary nails to the coffin of the two-state solution

Kamel Hawwash

As Yemen’s Houthis fire another ballistic missile at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s ability to prosecute the war with impunity diminishes

Mahan Abedin

The UN General Assembly resolution condemning the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital was passed with votes from 128 member states

Ahmed Ramadan

The UAE ambassador stormed out of a UN human rights session last week as criticism mounts over human rights abuses

Joe Odell

People are fed up with images of explosions and destruction that are devoid of humanity yet there are countless tales of hope, love and sacrifice that live amid the rubble

Rola Hallam

With the spotlight on Jerusalem, it is an opportunity for unified, effective, and decisive EU action

Rami Saleh

In order to have an honest debate about sexual violence, we need to stop sensationalising it and expressing outrage only when the perpetrators are brown and the victims white

Siema Iqbal

One of the best ways to show resolve against Trump's blundering Israel policy is to recognise East Jerusalem as capital of Palestine

Richard Silverstein

Presenting themselves as shocked bystanders to the growing famine in Yemen, the US and UK are in fact prime movers in a new strategy that will massively escalate it

Dan Glazebrook

It takes little imagination to realise that when adults reward anti-Muslim animus at the ballot box, school age kids will likely replicate that behaviour by punishing Muslims in the playground

CJ Werleman