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Today, remembering Egypt's revolution is a form of resistance

Sam Hamad

Today, remembering Egypt's revolution is a form of resistance

Comment: Almost a decade after the January 25 revolution, the problems that fueled it have been wildly exacerbated under Sisi's tyrannical rule, writes Sam Hamad.

Anger against Lebanon's banks is justified, legitimate and progressive

Nizar Hassan

Anger against Lebanon's banks is justified, legitimate and progressive

Comment: Attacks on Lebanese banks have been portrayed as irresponsible and 'thuggish', but they too, participate in a corrupt system that has ...

Brexit Britain rolls out the red carpet for Sisi

Sam Hamad

Brexit Britain rolls out the red carpet for Sisi

Comment: The most powerful countries in the world, including the UK, have normalised and bolstered Sisi, while turning a blind eye to his ...

Lebanon's divisive new cabinet faces a near impossible task Lebanon's divisive new cabinet faces a near impossible task

Rami G. Khouri

Lebanon's divisive new cabinet faces a near impossible task

Comment: Lebanon has formed a controversial new government in a polarised, ...

Malia Bouattia

Vicious treatment of Meghan exposes a deeply racist UK

Comment: Coverage of Meghan and Harry shows that when it comes to racism, the media remains woefully unable to conduct a reasonable, and informed debate, writes Malia Bouattia.

Amir Delshad

Hardline forces in Iran are poised to gain strength

Comment: Opposition to Iran's regime is growing, but if there is a widespread boycott of elections, that could end up empowering its hardline elements, writes Amir Delshad.

Malia Bouattia

'Les Misérables': A stark warning from Paris' angry suburbs

Comment: The simmering tension in Ladj Ly's new film 'Les Misérables' perfectly captures the powder keg atmosphere on the streets of a Paris suburb, writes Malia Bouattia.

Even if Lebanon forms government, it's doomed to fail

Paul Gadalla

Even if Lebanon forms government, it's doomed to fail

Comment: Replacing Lebanon's leadership elites with more of the same will seal their fate, writes Paul Gadalla.

It's not Extinction Rebellion that's the problem, it's Prevent

Aniqah Choudhri

It's not Extinction Rebellion that's the problem, it's Prevent

Comment: Criticism of Prevent for briefly including Extinction Rebellion misses the point - it's a racist, scheme that fosters fear and prejudice, writes Aniqah Choudhri.

Olivier Da Lage

Why Modi's plan against Muslims is coming unstuck

Comment: India's Muslims have begun mobilising against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's controversial citizenship law, writes Olivier Da Lage.

Chris Doyle

What Prince Charles won't see when he visits Israel

Comment: Will the 71-year-old be given a first-class tour of the wonders of the Israeli occupation? It's unlikely, writes Chris Doyle.

Ibrahim Al-Marashi

In the shadow of Iran-US showdown, Iraq's protest simmers

Comment: The endemic problems that sparked the October protests in Iraq have not gone away in the aftermath of Soleimani's assassination, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.