Category: Middle East

Ramzy Baroud: In Breach of Human Rights

Netanyahu Supports the Death Penalty against Palestinians

Gershon Baskin: Encountering Peace: Another round in Gaza

If Israel truly wants a strategic solution for Gaza, it means negotiating the end of the occupation in the West Bank also, allowing Palestine to be a state with two branches and a connection between them

Robert Fisk: Izzeldin Abuelaish’s three daughters were killed in Gaza

But he still clings to hope for the Middle East

Phyllis Bennis: The Crisis in Gaza and a Potential Ceasefire

Discussing the recent Israeli special forces operation inside the Gaza Strip that killed 7 Palestinians and one Israeli soldier, as well as Israeli air strikes and a potential ceasefire

Kathy Kelly: Condemning Saudi Cruelty in Yemen

Interview on a campaign to end U.S. military and economic warfare

Ramzy Baroud: Why Is Israel Afraid of Khalida Jarrar?

Khalida Jarrar fights for Palestinian women, their freedom and their rights to receive proper education, to seek work opportunity and to better their lives, while facing tremendous obstacles of military occupation, prison and social pressure

Robert Fisk: The Global Economy and Political Murder

Why Trudeau Won’t Stop Arms Sales to Saudis

Jonathan Cook: With Brazil’s Bolsonaro, Israel finds another natural partner on the far-right

Bolsonaro has told Israel that it can count on Brazil’s vote at the United Nations, and has threatened to close the Palestinian embassy in Brasilia

Elise Thomas: Yemen, Khashoggi, and the deadly Saudi trade

Whatever happened to Jamal Khashoggi was unquestionably a crime and a tragedy. It is, however, a painful reminder of the selective nature of international outrage

Juan Cole: Trump Admin. Gives Saudis 30 Days to Start Yemen Talks

Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have abruptly called for an end to the Saudi-backed quagmire in Yemen, after years of backing the war over alleged Iranian involvement

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