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IS bride Shamima Begum is Britain's problem

Ruqaya Izzidien

IS bride Shamima Begum is Britain's problem

Comment: Britain created the circumstances under which Begum chose to leave. This is our mess to clean up, writes Ruqaya Izzidien.

The Khashoggi affair: Saudi Denial 2.0

Khalil E. Jahshan

The Khashoggi affair: Saudi Denial 2.0

Comment: The PR campaign to absolve MbS of ultimate responsibility for Khashoggi's murder has generated more scepticism than agreement, writes ...

Using Iran to justify Arab normalisation of Israel

Muhammad Shehada

Using Iran to justify Arab normalisation of Israel

Comment: In putting 'the Iranian threat' before the Palestinian cause, Arab leaders have sold out to Israel, Muhammad Shehada.

Normalising Israel in Warsaw

Ramona Wadi

Normalising Israel in Warsaw

Comment: The Warsaw Summit was a blatant exercise in Arab states' opportunism, ...

CJ Werleman

Australia's Christmas Island detention centre: A callous political stunt

Comment: The demonisation of refugees and immigrants has long been a feature of Australian political discourse, writes CJ Werleman.

Dominique Vidal

How Israel manipulates the struggle against anti-Semitism

Comment: Manipulation of the struggle against anti-Semitism to favour Israeli impunity is a serious matter, capable of undermining our democracy, write Dominique Vidal and Bertrand Heilbronn.

Mehdi Belmecheri-Rozental

The camera: A Palestinian weapon of choice

Comment: The short films made by Palestinians in the Occupied Territories are beginning to throw a spanner in the works of Israel's propaganda machine, writes Mehdi Belmecheri-Rozental.

Egypt: Tailoring constitutions for the ruling military

Rana Allam

Egypt: Tailoring constitutions for the ruling military

Comment: Sisi's plan to modify the constitution - and stay in power until 2034 - moves Egyptians a step further away from justice and freedom, ...

The ayatollah, the novelist and the fatwa

Khaled Diab

The ayatollah, the novelist and the fatwa

Comment: In the 30 years since Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini sent Salman Rushdie a Valentine’s from hell, efforts by extremists to kill or scare the irreligious have failed to silence sceptics.

CJ Werleman

Tlaib and Omar: Moral leaders of the Democratic Party

Comment: Campaigning to boycott Israel places them at the vanguard of the party's youth appeal, writes CJ Werleman.

Malia Bouattia

Tlaib and Omar are a threat to power

Comment: Their critical and unwavering politics are linked back to a history of oppression, and that injects ideological substance into the meaning of diversity, writes Malia Bouattia.

Wilson Dizard

Restraining Israeli lobby will need money removed from politics

Comment: If you can't fight the lobby, fight the system that created the lobby, writes Wilson Dizard.