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India's supreme court strikes down 'instant Islamic triple divorce'

22 August, 2017

A man uttering the word 'divorce' three times will no longer be enough to end a marriage between Muslim couples in India.

Remembering Ghouta: Obama's meaningless red line

21 August, 2017

Comment: Obama's 'red line' morphed into a 'red herring' and could then become a green light for Assad to continue his genocidal war, writes Sam Hamad.

Hamas faces threat of Salafist jihadists once more

21 August, 2017

Analysis: Hamas' crackdown on IS-inspired groups may win it some temporary favour with neighbouring Egypt, writes Rami Almeghari.

Gaza residents appeal to Cairo with 'love Egypt' rally

21 August, 2017

In-depth: Gazans are desperate for Egypt to lift the blockade on the embattled Strip, reports Rami Almeghari.

Shell 'to buy Israeli gas' for Egypt market

21 August, 2017

Shell is considering buying gas from the Israeli Leviathan field in the Mediterranean for sale in the Egyptian market, according to media reports.

Egypt blocks website of media watchdog Reporters Without Borders

18 August, 2017

Egypt has blocked access to the website of international media watchdog Reporters without Borders, as part of ongoing censorship measures in the North African state.

Speaking music to power: A study in Reformations

17 August, 2017

Blog: 500 years after the start of the Protestant Reformation, music still fuels protest and foments revolution, writes Hadani Ditmars.

Saudi Arabia's ultimate betrayal of the Syrian revolution

16 August, 2017

Comment: Turkey has been accused in UAE media of abandoning Syria's rebels, but it is Saudi Arabia and the Emirates who have pursued cynical policies in Syria, writes Sam Hamad

Germany releases Egypt opposition journalist after brief detention

16 August, 2017

An Egyptian opposition journalist has been released by German authorities after they briefly detained him based on an Interpol arrest warrant issued by the Egyptian regime.

Impunity in Egypt reflects dark legacy of Rabaa Massacre

14 August, 2017

The Rabaa Massacre of over 1,000 people in 2013 marked a dark defining point for human rights, with a subsequent vacuum in justice leading to unchecked state violence ever since.

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