riting in the New York Times in an article entitled, “Myanmar Generals Set the State for Their Own Exit“, Thomas Fuller expressed his and the media’s failure to recognize the total fraud that is Burmese democracy. “The official results are still being tabulated,” he wrote, “but all signs, so far, point to that rarest of […]
For now, the Middle East will continue to pass through this incredibly difficult and violent transition, for which the US is partly responsible.
What is appropriate for South Africa should be appropriate for Palestine, too, even if J K Rowling and her respected peers find that too objectionable.
Twenty years is long enough to show that those who have taken part in their people’s oppression cannot possibly be the advocates of their people’s freedom.
The Palestinian narrative, as told by people who lived it, is overshadowed by alternative depictions of that same reality.
Let us not get bogged down by details, self-imposed definitions and numbers. This is a Palestinian Intifada, even if it ends today.
Our media-shaped understanding of the situation in Syria is grossly misguided.
Until journalists and media professionals redeem some respect for their medium, there is no reason whatsoever to celebrate.
The current violence against Palestinian worshippers at al-Aqsa Mosque in Occupied East Jerusalem is a logical extension of early Zionist ambitions.
It isn’t only European countries and rich Arab Gulf countries that must help Syrian refugees. Israel has a special responsibility for their plight.
Huffington Post Arabi should open an equitable platform for ideas and encourage debate, bringing the arguments of all sides to the fore.
The exiting of Mahmoud Abbas from the scene opens an opportunity for Palestinians to see a real change of leadership.
Regardless of whether Arabs bomb Libya, or Western powers do so, the crisis in that country is likely to escalate, if not worsen, as history has amply shown.
Since NATO was responsible for helping to create the refugee crisis, it behooves the organization to deal with the worsening problem.
The people who revolted in the so-called “Arab Spring” are now again marginalized.
This is the sad tale of the Palestinian leadership and its Ramallah bubble, which is yet to burst.
The war on ‘IS’ and other extremist groups cannot possibly be won if corrupt, violent regimes remain the only alternative to radicalization and extremism.
Considering US financial woes and lack of military appetite, Obama desperately needed a deal with Iran.
The failure of the international community to act following the last round of massacres in Gaza means that Palestinians there are on their own.
Claims of a “crisis in Islam” serve to disown the West’s responsibility for the mayhem gripping the Middle East.