In their reactions to Donald Trump’s hypocritical Jerusalem declaration, many Arab and Muslims leaders have exhibited their own grotesque double standards.
Donald Trump’s announcement on Jerusalem changes nothing on the ground but everything on the horizon. It is the final death certificate of the peace process. Now it’s time for something completely different.
The Islamic State’s (ISIS) destruction of Mosul’s ethnic diversity is more heart-breaking than the erasure of its architectural and cultural heritage.
Early Arab rejectionism and division unwittingly helped to build Israel and to lose Palestine, with the Palestinian people paying the heavy price.
Is it possible for Israelis and Palestinians to find common refuge in their shared notions of exile and return?
Both humanity and self-interest should compel Israel to end its inhumane siege of Gaza.
Palestinians understandably dream of return, but focusing on the right of return is standing in the way of other, more vital rights.
Palestinians run the risk of forgetting the Nakba and there are those who do not wish us to remember it. But our future freedom depends on our memory.
Left-wing Israelis do not buy Netanyahu’s scare tactics and look forward to living side by side with an independent Palestine.
As the two-state solution enters its final death throes, it is time for campaigners to switch their demands to equal rights in a single democratic state.