Columns

The president's actions also pose a threat to Europe if another wave of refugees heads for its shores

David Hearst

The need for Palestinians to come to the aid of the Labour party leader has never been more pressing

Ghada Karmi

The praise heaped on McCain by the liberal intelligentsia and political elite in the US – and across the world – appears not only misplaced, but also disturbing

Malia Bouattia

The Labour leader is being condemned for doing what other British politicians, including Tony Blair, have done, that is working with Hamas leaders to solve the Middle East conflict

Azzam Tamimi

It is not clear whether Iran will eventually accept the reforms proposed by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), but it must act within fewer than 40 days to avoid being blacklisted

Shahir Shahidsaless

The elimination of UNRWA aims at the consolidation of an apartheid, single state, and the defeat of the Palestinian struggle

Ben White

Attempts made by media to construct a connection between the campaign over my unjust jailing in the UAE and last year's bomb attack in Manchester are farcical

Salim Alaradi

The IHRA definition is yet another tool in the arsenal of Israel’s far-right government and the UK Israel lobby to destroy any possibility of developing an independent approach to Israel-Palestine

Richard Silverstein

Agreements between Russia and Turkey may persuade Assad to limit the Idlib assault for now, but his push to reconquer the rebel province is inevitable

Christopher Phillips

Jordan has reason to be concerned about the UNRWA crisis and the reports of the new US refugee-reduction plan

Mohammad Ayesh