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The latest erupted at the start of April, when Indian troops gunned down 13 armed fighters, as calls for ending Indian rule in occupied Kashmir continue, reports Umar Lateef Misgar.

Comment: Egypt publicly opposed Trump's Jerusalem move, but evidence this is a policy Sisi actually supports comes as little surprise, writes Sam Hamad.

No disguise: Trudeau's feel-good tweets and hugs for Syrians

Antonia Zerbisias

No disguise: Trudeau's feel-good tweets and hugs for Syrians

Comment: Trudeau may be cashing in on Canada's refugee-friendly image, but racism and Islamophobia are never far away, writes Antonia Zerbisias.

Portrait of the Palestinian revolutionary as a Shakespearean character

Karim Traboulsi

Portrait of the Palestinian revolutionary as a Shakespearean character

Interview: Hind Shoufani talks about her film Trip Along the Exodus - a glittery, personal, angry history of seven decades of the Palestinian ...

The Arabic Shakespeares: Subversive, political, and entertaining

Marcia Lynx Qualey

The Arabic Shakespeares: Subversive, political, and entertaining

Arabic adaptations of Shakespeare's plays have been popular since the 1800s, but they differ from the original in key aspects, scholars and ...

AAAJ and agencies

Global outrage at Israeli plans to demolish Palestinian village

Palestinians in the village of Khirbet Susiya remain defiant in the face of imminent Israeli demolition of their homes, buoyed by global support, even from normally compliant friends of Israel.

Alice Gray

Power to the people: off-grid technologies for resisting displacement

Feature: Israeli activists are installing renewable energy systems in Palestinian communities, empowering locals to stay on their land in the ...

Moe Chreif

The Shakespearian absence of love in the Arab psyche

Comment: The purging of love has tortured and corrupted Arabs' collective wellbeing. Like Shakespeare's tragic heroes, they may perish unless ...

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