Umar Lateef Misgar
Trump's ties with India an ominous sign for Kashmiris
Comment: Kashmiris have a history of showing solidarity with Palestinians, but, Umar Lateef Misgar asks, with Trump now in power, will their future look similarly under threat?
How Yemen's 2011 peaceful uprising dissolved into all-out war
Comment: The power handover resulting from Yemen's Arab Spring was once touted as a model for transition. On the sixth anniversary of the ...
An equal-rights bi-national one-state solution is the only solution
Comment: Did Trump just kill off the two-state solution? The time has come for a single-state, with equal rights for all, before Israel creates ...
Islam didn't divide my family, Trump did
Comment: Anisa Abeytia converted to Islam nearly 20 years ago - a choice that ...
Trump and Assad's fascist manual: 101 - fake news
Comment: Trump and Assad branding critical reporting as "fake news," manufactures skepticism and blurs the line between their propaganda and real journalism, writes Yousef Khalil.
Banking on war: An unsustainable vision for Hizballah's youth
Comment: A young, and increasingly educated population is unlikely to find Hizballah's policy of banking on war an attractive prospect, writes Mona Alami.
Flynn may have gone, but Russia's alt-right influence persists
Comment: One of the most sinister aspects of recent events is the cultivation of what has become a white supremacist international 'alt-right', led by Russia, writes Sam Hamad.
The art of the deal: Trump must engage Palestinians
Comment: If Trump plans to work with Arab rather than the Palestinian leaders themselves, the road ahead will be a rocky one, writes Daoud ...
Assad's continuing genocide must not be obscured by Trump
Comment: As Assad engages in talks with 'opponents', his brutal genocide continues. His crimes must not slip from the news agenda, writes Sam Hamad.
Banning the Brotherhood
Comment: Trump's calls to declare the Brotherhood a 'terrorist organisation' will form the basis for a wholesale war against Muslim American organisations, writes Waqas Mirza.
Mubarak and the legacy of institutional decay
Comment: On the anniversary of Mubarak's ousting, his legacy is not simply one of a deposed autocrat, but the origin of an ongoing state of governmental degeneration, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.
Egypt's revolution toppled Mubarak, but the deep-state lives on
Comment: Six years after he resigned, Mubarak has still not been held accountable for violence under his rule, demonstrating the culture of impunity enjoyed by Egypt's officials, writes Amelia Smith.
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