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A very Muslim Christmas

Khaled Diab

A very Muslim Christmas

Comment: While the Strasbourg mass-shooting has sparked anxiety over an anti-Christian, or anti-Christmas jihad, many ordinary Muslims share in the joy of Yuletide, writes Khaled Diab.

Netanyahu rides to Saudi crown prince's rescue (part two)

Sylvain Cypel

Netanyahu rides to Saudi crown prince's rescue (part two)

Comment: Netanyahu's alliance with the Wahhabi kingdom against Iran is a risky gamble, writes Sylvain Cypel.

Netanyahu rides to Saudi crown prince's rescue (part one)

Sylvain Cypel

Netanyahu rides to Saudi crown prince's rescue (part one)

Comment: Sylvain Cypel explores the dynamics of the Saudi-US-Israel trio of strategic allies.

Stansted 15 verdict: Using counter-terrorism to erode civil liberties

Malia Bouattia

Stansted 15 verdict: Using counter-terrorism to erode civil liberties

Comment: The line between activism, disobedience and terrorism is purposefully ...

Ali Kazak

Australia's Jerusalem embassy move would undermine the two-state solution

Comment: If Australia truly wants to assist the peace process, it must take a firm stand against Israel's human rights violations, writes Ali Kazak.

Courtney Freer

Trump and Congress face off over Saudi ties

Comment: The war in Yemen and Khashoggi's murder expose the rift between Trump and Congress on US relations with Saudi Arabia, writes Courtney Freer.

Sadek Hamid

Claims of racist pseudoscience at Cambridge University

Comment: There's a risk that racist pseudoscience could be used to rationalise policies against minorities in the UK, writes Sadek Hamid.

Abul-Kasem is freed, but Egypt's authoritarian crackdown persists

Malia Bouattia

Abul-Kasem is freed, but Egypt's authoritarian crackdown persists

Comment: British teenager Mohammed Fathi Abul-Kasem has been released, but it's time the UK government spoke out against its authoritarian ...

Climate action must not leave human rights behind

Sara Lickel

Climate action must not leave human rights behind

Comment: Inaction on climate change shows utter contempt for humanity and is a violation of human rights, writes Sara Lickel.

Susannah Birkwood

Social media must do more to protect girls' rights

Comment: With only 7,500 moderators and 2.2 billion users, Facebook must act more responsibly to protect against human rights violations, writes Susannah Birkwood.

Sam Hamad

How Israel became a beacon for western fascists

Comment: Italy's Salvini has declared Israel, - a state that preaches ethnic chauvinism - a role model, writes Sam Hamad.

Ramona Wadi

Chile's BDS push can also help its indigenous peoples

Comment: Boycotting Israeli military and surveillance technology would show solidarity with Palestinians and with Chile's oppressed indigenous peoples, writes Ramona Wadi.