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Comment: On screen, Arabs have either been absent or portrayed as villains, suggesting we are either terrible people, or we just don't exist, writes Ruby Hamad.

Yalla, let's eat! Cardiff is the unlikely setting of Al-Wali, the only Omani restaurant in the UK.

The lost city of Londonistan

Khaled Diab

The lost city of Londonistan

Comment: Despite reports that London has fallen prey to Islamic conquest, the city of my youth has morphed into an enviably cosmopolitan metropolis, writes Khaled Diab.

Immigrants don't need to integrate, you do

Ruqaya Izzidien

Immigrants don't need to integrate, you do

Comment: Integration - an already problematic concept that should be abandoned in favour of acceptance - is a myth, writes Ruqaya Izzidien.

Silencing Arab and Muslim women

Ruby Hamad

Silencing Arab and Muslim women

Comment: When you are an Arab woman in the public eye, almost anything you say can and likely will be used against you, writes Ruby Hamad.

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Trump lashes NATO allies ahead of tense summit

Trump touched down in Brussels aboard Air Force One hot on the heels of a stern warning from the EU's top official that America should "appreciate" its allies.

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Suspect in court over 'Punish a Muslim Day' letter

Anonymous letters encouraging points-scoring attacks against Muslims were sent to addresses around the UK.

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Qatar Airways begins flights to Wales

Wales' capital Cardiff has established air links with Doha, with Qatar Airways flying to the city this week.

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British teacher named world's best, wins $1 million prize

A London teacher has been named the world's "best teacher" and was awarded the $1 million prize in the UAE.

UN 'Woman of the Year': Egyptian, queer, bellydancing activist

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UN 'Woman of the Year': Egyptian, queer, bellydancing activist

Shrouk El-Attar is a 25-year-old who was granted asylum in Britain because of her LGBT status who has helped hundreds in similar situations flee ...

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Britain to sell 48 fighter jets to Saudi Arabia

News of the sale comes as Crown Prince and de facto Saudi ruler Mohammed bin Salman visits the UK amid protests.

UN giving 'green light' to Riyadh's human rights abuses

Diana Alghoul

UN giving 'green light' to Riyadh's human rights abuses

The international community must take a stand against Saudi Arabia's arbitrary detentions and disappearances, rights lawyer Rodney Dixon QC ...

Saudi Arabia 'must be suspended from Human Rights Council'

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Saudi Arabia 'must be suspended from Human Rights Council'

Legal campaigners Lord Ken Macdonald QC and Rodney Dixon QC maintain Riyadh's arbitrary detentions and torture are a matter for international ...

Iran must free jailed lawyers

Andrew Walker QC Kirsty Brimelow QC

Iran must free jailed lawyers

Comment: An open letter to Ayatollah Khamenei, the supreme leader of Iran, from Andrew Walker QC and Kirsty Brimelow QC of the Bar Council of ...

Annual Day of the Endangered Lawyer dedicated to Egypt

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Annual Day of the Endangered Lawyer dedicated to Egypt

Lawyers' organisations today sent an appeal letter to the Egyptian government calling on it to drop charges against detained lawyers.

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Sixth arrest over London Underground attack: UK police

An investigation into the London Underground bombing that injured 30 commuters has resulted in its sixth arrest on Thursday, police said.

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Three more men arrested over London train bomb attack

Three more suspects have been arrested in the UK over last week's bombing of a busy commuter train in west London, as Britain's threat level ...

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Assad regime 'executed' Syria open internet activist Bassel Kharabil

A Syrian free speech activist and open software developer was executed by the regime of Bashar al-Assad, according to new reports.

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Australia’s NSW Labor urges ‘unconditional’ recognition of Palestine

The New South Wales branch (NSW) of Australia's Labor party on Sunday voted to unconditionally recognise Palestine, calling for a ...

Arms deals, speculation and repression: A very British Brexit

Joe Odell

Arms deals, speculation and repression: A very British Brexit

Comment: With trade between the UAE and the UK set to increase post-Brexit, state repression in the UAE is only set to get worse, writes Joe ...

Robert Cusack

Seven injured in van ramming incident in north London

Several ambulances were dispatched to Seven Sisters Road, just after midnight on Monday morning, after a hire van crashed into a group of ...

May vs Corbyn on Britain's failing counter-terrorism policy

Hilary Aked

May vs Corbyn on Britain's failing counter-terrorism policy

Comment: The 'Prevent' strategy divides the United Kingdom, with Conservatives wanting to bolster a policy which critics say is both ...

May vs Corbyn on Britain's failing counter-terrorism policy

Hilary Aked

May vs Corbyn on Britain's failing counter-terrorism policy

Comment: The 'Prevent' strategy divides the United Kingdom, with Conservatives wanting to bolster a policy which critics say is both ...

Istanbul withdraws invite for Wikipedia founder after banning site

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Istanbul withdraws invite for Wikipedia founder after banning site

Istanbul authorities have withdrawn an invitation to Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales to attend a major conference in the city, officials ...

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