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The double standard of linking criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism

Monday 14th May, the US moves its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Protests commence in Gaza resulting to disproportionate violence from Israel. Both those killed and those injured enter the double...

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My gripe with monarchy

It seems almost conceivable that, in 2018, we still have governments that obtain their power through hereditary decree. Inside and outside the Arab world. Instead of earning their right to rule and...

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How Likud and Hamas have both undermined the Israel-Palestine “peace process”

Recent Israeli strikes on Iranian targets in Syria are a stark reminder of the importance of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and re-stabilisation of the Middle East. Although the issue inevitably arises when...

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How should Arabs feel about Ibn Khaldun, a Medieval Arab evolutionary theorist?

Ibn Khaldun was a 14th century thinker who moved widely around North Africa and Islamic Spain, having been born in Tunis in 1332. His varied career as a student, writer and diplomat...

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Should the international community welcome Saif al-Islam’s political comeback?

It was announced at the end of 2017 that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the former Libyan president Muammar Gaddafi, is planning to stand for election as President of Libya. He announced his...

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