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'Temporary' deals become entrenched injustices as Israeli occupation persists

26 June, 2017

Comment: Open-ended agreements reached without resolution always favour the occupier over the occupied, writes Daoud Kuttab.

Is Sisi pushing Egypt off a cliff?

21 June, 2017

Comment: Egyptians' anger is growing and if another wave of protest engulfs the country it will be more radical and destructive, and will challenge all state institutions, writes Alaa Bayoumi.

Saudi bullying of Qatar: A crumbling Game of Thrones

20 June, 2017

Comment: Despite White House support for the Saudi-UAE alliance, it is Qatar thathas emerged with the trump card, writes Emile Nakhleh.

Anti-Qatar blockade: Consequence of Doha's support for Arab Spring?

19 June, 2017

Analysis: What really lies at the heart of Gulf accusations against the Qataris? American academic and Middle East affairs analyst Professor Gary Sick talks to The New Arab.

UAE: Enforcing repression at home and wrecking alliances abroad

19 June, 2017

Comment: The Emirati government may have crushed dissent on the home front, but the Yemen war drags on, and the GCC now risks being torn apart, writes Bill Law.

Syrian army retakes central gas field from Islamic State

16 June, 2017

The Syrian army has recaptured the Arak gas field in the central province of Homs from the Islamic State militant group.

Libyan group says it freed Qaddafi son Saif Al-Islam

11 June, 2017

An armed group in Libya said on Facebook Saturday it has freed Saif Al-Islam, the son of dead dictator Muammar Qaddafi who has been in custody since November 2011.

Thousands rally in Morocco to demand protest leader's release

01 June, 2017

Thousands of Moroccans held rallies for a sixth straight night, demanding that authorities release the leader of a political grassroots movement.

Prisoner hunger strike victory a 'turning point' for Palestinians

31 May, 2017

Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouthi says the 40-day Freedom and Dignity hunger strike united Palestinian prisoners while hoping that it would bring about national unity.

Dozens of Coptic Christians killed in Egypt bus attack

26 May, 2017

Gunmen have attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians in southern Egypt, killing at least 28 and injuring dozens more, a local official said.

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