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Just weeks before the general elections, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reaffirmed his controversial pledge to impose Israeli sovereignty on West Bank settlements.

İbrahim Özdemir, one of Turkey's most prominent environmentalists, believes that the growing number of Muslim environmentalists can find inspiration for their aggressive campaign against global warming from Islam itself.

The kingmakers in Israeli politics

Suzan Quitaz

The kingmakers in Israeli politics

Not a single party has ever won a majority in the Knesset, making coalition governments the norm in Israeli politics. So who are these religious parties exerting their disproportionate influence?

Tunisia's next president: Who are the candidates?

Aidan Chivers

Tunisia's next president: Who are the candidates?

In a significant election for Tunisia's young democracy, the wide range of options available to Tunisians could lead the country in profoundly ...

Turkey expands its military base and influence in Qatar

Stasa Salacanin

Turkey expands its military base and influence in Qatar

Cooperation between Turkish and Qatari militaries has notably intensified since ...

Developing solar power energy in Libya

Austin Bodetti

Developing solar power energy in Libya

Political violence has led to frequent blackouts, forcing the country's residents to innovate. To meet the ever-increasing demands of energy consumption, a growing number of Libyans have adopted solar power.

Alessandra Bajec

Women to play a decisive role in Tunisia's elections

Women will likely play a big role in determining Tunisia's future in the coming elections, especially if the vote goes to a second round.

Amr Salahi

Gaddafi and Libya today: A tyrant's unique legacy

Fifty years after his coup against King Idris I of Libya, Gaddafi’s legacy, his erratic theories, and his destruction of the Libyan state institutions still haunt Libya.

Why Turkey will not buy the Russian fighter jets

Ali Bakeer

Why Turkey will not buy the Russian fighter jets

Despite showing interest in Russia's Su-35 and Su-57, Ankara will not rush into buying any of those fighter jets, writes Ali Bakeer.

Yemen could soon face an environmental catastrophe

Austin Bodetti

Yemen could soon face an environmental catastrophe

A Yemeni petroleum tanker has spent several years anchored in the Red Sea, but a buildup of gases could cause the ship to explode, sparking an ...

Paul Iddon

The UAE's unprecedented activity in Africa

Analysis: Abu Dhabi is trying to make itself a force to be reckoned with far beyond its own borders through investments and the establishment of overseas military bases.

'Honour killings' are a problem and we know it

Sana Uqba

'Honour killings' are a problem and we know it

The killing of Israa Ghrayeb in Palestine has highlighted the prevalence of honour killings in the Arab world.

Munzoul Assal

Sudan's transition to democracy: Will it be smooth?

The success of new PM Abdalla Hamdok's cabinet is contingent on a number of requirements, chief among them, the collaboration between the cabinet and the Sovereign Council, writes Munzoul Assal.

CJ Werleman

Half of India's police force express 'anti-Muslim' bias

Report: A new study has found significant bias against Muslims within India's police force, with more than half falsely believing that Muslims are 'naturally prone towards committing crimes.'