Columns

Changing the name of Cairo's Selim I Street will not change the past, and is nothing but a naive and barbaric measure

Basheer Nafi

Fallout from the US assault continues to deform and kill Iraqis long after the conflict has seemingly ended

Belen Fernandez

Now is the time to look beyond the icon, beyond the symbolism, into the real struggle of the Palestinian people, because Ahed Tamimi can only be free, and live in dignity, when all Palestinians live in dignity

Nada Elia

If Syrian President Bashar al-Assad remains in power, he will perpetuate the very conditions that first paved the way for foreign meddling, violence and suffering

Rifaie Tammas

US hardliners' real goal isn't the mere scuttling of the nuclear deal, it is regime change

Shahir Shahidsaless

The visit was supposed to lend credibility to the international stature of a crown prince aspiring to one day rule the world's leading oil power

Nabil Ennasri

Let’s start by viewing the Muslim community as an asset rather than a liability

Siema Iqbal

British Prime Minister Theresa May's campaigning alongside Bob Blackman, whose record on Muslims is sinister, sends out a distressing message about the values of the Conservative Party

Peter Oborne

Pompeo's promotion means a more hawkish, muscular American foreign policy in which force is used more readily and confrontation with Iran is likely

Richard Silverstein

France's anti-radicalisation plans aim to target millions of French citizens based on a discredited model used in the UK. Teachers, public servants and the political left must fight it

Jad Bouharoun