Columns

The crime has revived debate over how much influence the church should have in the social lives of Copts

Mina Thabet

From ancient Greece onward, the West has used the Eastern other as an enemy through which to identify itself

Marco Carnelos

Infused with sexism, Islamophobia and Orientalism, Naipaul’s works aimed to whitewash Western colonialism

Haidar Eid

If Iran becomes a failed state, the entire region from Afghanistan to Lebanon will become perilously unstable

Shahir Shahidsaless

In addition to reducing government spending and restricting inflation, Ankara must learn to protect itself from turbulent US relationship

Basheer Nafi

Jeremy Corbyn has never ordered anyone's assassination. He's never ordered an invasion of a foreign country. Benjamin Netanyahu has

Richard Silverstein

As the level of frustration escalates, military repression may lead to the militarisation of Egypt's youth

Dalia Fahmy

The Labour leader's opponents don't care about anti-Semitism. They'll just do anything to remove Corbyn

David Hearst

Concerned citizens in the West should push their politicians and governments to stand with Canada and join in condemning the Saudi programme of false reforms

Sarah Al-Otaibi

The argument must be re-framed to reflect what it is actually about: not anti-Semitism, but Palestine. Corbyn mustn’t surrender

Ghada Karmi