Columns

The Egyptian government is fostering a state of desperation and hopelessness, leaving a vacuum for extremist groups to fill

Mohannad Sabry

Israel’s law of return grants citizenship to Jews from anywhere in the world, while denying it to Palestinians with a history of residency in the country

Rima Najjar

The newly appointed editor of the Daily Express offered an honest account about his own paper's culpability in spreading hate and bigotry against Muslims. Other editors should follow suit

Tahir Abbas

Syrians have seen their lives destroyed as the international community stood by and watched, but they still cling to the hope that one day justice will be served

Razan Saffour

Just 12 percent of the funds required to support education activities in the war-torn country this year have been raised

George Graham

Gaza's peaceful protesters need international support, otherwise Israel will continue to use violence against them with impunity

Ali Adam

Starting just months after the 2011 uprising, UK policy has helped to prolong and radicalise Syria’s devastating war

Mark Curtis

New research on counter-narratives to Islamophobia articulates the 10 major ways of challenging anti-Muslim racism today

Arzu Merali

Activists protesting the Philadelphia Orchestra’s collaboration with the Israeli government found themselves the target of scorn from passersby

Susan Abulhawa

At upcoming meeting in Brussels, the international group should ensure that Syria’s neighbours are getting enough support to cope with the refugee influx

Bill Frelick