Columns

Netanyahu’s ongoing support for Saudi Arabia, despite the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, highlights a lack of moral legitimacy

Awad Abdelfattah

Another cynical and expensive PR exercise on behalf of a velvet police state

Bill Law

Growing normalisation has left Palestinians struggling to understand what happened to the Arab world’s support for the Palestinian cause

Kamel Hawwash

Thanks to the actions of the British, the consequences of the Great War are still being felt in the Middle East region today

Ibrahim Al-Marashi

For Prime Minister Saad Hariri, forming a cabinet right now - regardless of its configuration - is likely to mean betting on the wrong horse

Lina Khatib

It is now established that British spy agencies knew the man whose 'evidence' was used to make the case for the Iraq war was tortured. It is time for the whole truth about the UK's role to be told

Moazzam Begg

The country's conflict has become so intractable that it would take a near-miracle to facilitate a comprehensive and meaningful peace

Alison Pargeter

The Gaza protests may not have restored Palestinian rights, but they forced the occupation and the world to cease their indifference towards the suffering of the people

Ahmed Abu Artema

There may be little pressure put on Trump over Iran and Israel, but a new generation of left-wing candidates provides hope

Richard Silverstein

It is not sufficient to deliver aid to Yemenis. We must use this moment to redouble efforts to secure a sustainable ceasefire and solution that meets Yemenis' aspirations

Sawsan Al-Refaei