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A “grand bargain” between Saudi Arabia and Iran?

Can the foreign policy of the 99 percent prevail over the foreign policy of the one percent?

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Israel steps up oil drilling in Golan

Permits to extract resources from occupied Golan violate international law.

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Catastrophe for Syrians and Palestinians alike in war-ravaged country

Several refugee camps have been destroyed and depopulated in nearly five years of violence.

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Delinking the Palestinians

Fear of a Palestinian uprising is driving Arab and Muslim normalization with Israel.

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A death sentence for battling Syria’s censors?

The wife of prisoner Bassel Khartabil is being kept in the dark about his fate.

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The Month in Pictures: April 2015

A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.

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The destructive legacy of Arab liberals

Arab liberalism allied itself with US and Israel to impoverish and destroy whole countries.

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Booking.com offers hotel rooms in Israel’s illegal settlements

By advertising hotels in these settlements, Booking.com is abetting war crimes.

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Syria’s disappeared Palestinians

Monitoring group says 756 Palestinians are currently detained in Syria and nearly 300 are missing.

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Assimilating French Muslims

France sees itself as refined and civilized, while much of the world sees a country still engaged in colonial barbarities.

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