International

  • Bassam Shakaa: The Making of a Palestinian 'Organic Intellectual'

    It would be unfair to claim that Palestine has not produced great leaders. It has, and Bassam Shakaa, the former Mayor of Nablus, who passed away on July 22 at the age of 89, was living proof of this.  The supposed defici...

  • The Politics of oil tankers capture

    In an apparent retaliation of the capture of an Iranian oil tanker by Gibraltar, a British colony, Iran Friday (July 19) captured a British oil tanker. Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said in a statemen...

  • Turkey three years after the abortive coup against President Erdogan

    Turkey commemorated Monday the July 15, 2016 failed coup attempt, allegedly orchestrated by the US-based self-exiled Turkish Imam Fethullah Gülen President Recep Tayyip Erdogan laid flowers on the July 15 Martyrs Monument in the ...

  • Defying US threats Turkey receives Russian S-400 missile defense system

    Turkey on Friday (July 12) received first shipment of Russian S-400 missile defense system hardware from Russia, Turkish Defense Ministry announced. "The first batch of equipment of S-400 missile defense system, which is procu...

  • 24th anniversary: Srebrenica genocide remembered

    July 11 marks the 24th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, the worst atrocity on European soil since the World War Two. In July, 1995, Serb forces systematically killed more than 8,000 Bosniak Muslim men and boys in the UN-protected enclave...

  • The Book of Palestine: National Liberation vs Endless Negotiations

    Those who are still hoping that the new American agenda on Palestine and Israel is temporary, or reversible, should abandon this false hope. Washington’s complete adoption of Israel’s messianic, extremist policies regarding Occupied...

  • Former Israeli defense minister says: ‘Our conflict is with the Entire Muslim World’

    Speaking at a campaign trail meeting in Kiryat Ono, the Yisrael Beiteinu party head described the 'conflict' as three-dimensional – with the Arab countries, with the Palestinians and Israeli Arabs.

  • 3,185 extrajudicial killings in Egypt since 2013 by the US-Client El-Sisi’s regime

    The Human Rights organization has issued its report on the 6th anniversary on the July 3, 2013 coup against President Mohammad Mosri who collapsed and died last month in Egypt’s Kangaroo court.

  • Africa and Palestine: A Noble Legacy That Must Never Be Betrayed

    Europe’s “Scramble for Africa” began in earnest in 1881, but never ended. The attempt at dominating the continent using old and new strategies continues to define the western relationship with this rich continent. This rea...

  • High-tech US Drone Shot Down By Iranian Technology Causes Concern

    The lazy assumption that the technologies in the Iranian arsenal must trace their origins to allies Russia and China is wrong. The truth is that Beijing and Moscow are as surprised at Tehran’s technological advance as the rest of the world is.

  • Palestine and Kenya: Our Historic Fight against Injustice Is One and the Same

    Palestinian author and journalist, Dr. Ramzy Baroud arrived to Kenya for a 10-day speaking and media tour starting June 23. Exploring the subject of intersectionality, solidarity and popular resistance, Baroud is set to speak at various universiti...

  • The Day After: What if Israel Annexes the West Bank?

    Encouraged by the Donald Trump administration’s decision to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Israeli government officials feel that the time for annexing the entirety of the West Bank is now.

  • India, Pakistan and China increasing nuclear arsenals size

    At the start of 2019, the United States, Russia, Britain, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and North Korea had a total of some 13,865 nuclear weapons, according to a new report by the Stockholm-based International Peace Research Institute...

  • Pakistan forms Commission to probe external debt

    The government of Pakistan on Friday (June 21) appointed an 11-member Commission of Inquiry to determine if increase in external debt between 2008 and 2018 was justified by infrastructure development program or misused by public office-holders ...

  • Israel After 71 Years: Reading its Strategic Positioning

    Israel has marked lately the 71st anniversary of its establishment, with an overwhelming feelings of pride and power, for the state believes that it has reached its best strategic status since its establishment. However, facts reveal the contin...

  • ‘World Refugee Day’: Palestinians Keep Their Right of Return Alive Through Hope, Resistance

    The United Nations’ World Refugee Day, observed annually on June 20, should not merely represent a reminder of “the courage, strength and determination of women, men and children who are forced to flee their homeland under threat of...

  • Kushner as a Colonial Administrator: Let’s Talk About the ‘Israeli Model’

    In a TV interview on June 2, on the news docuseries “Axios” on the HBO channel, Jared Kushner opened up regarding many issues, in which his ‘Deal of the Century’ was a prime focus. The major revelation made by Kushne...

  • Pakistan's self-exiled leader Altaf Hussain arrested in London after 25 years

    Pakistan's self-exiled leader Altaf Hussain was arrested on Tuesday (June 11)  from his residence in London. He was arrested in an early morning raid by a team of the Scotland Yard. The arrest has sent shockwaves acro...

  • Russia to start sending S-400 missiles to Turkey in two months

    Turkey will start getting S-400 Russian anti-missile systems within two months amid escalating dispute between Ankara and Washington over the purchase of Russian anti-missile system. “We will begin delivery of the S-400s to T...

  • 50 years of failure of the Organization of Islamic Conference

    The 14th Islamic Summit Conference ended Friday Night (May 31) in Mecca. A final statement accused Iran of supporting Yemen’s Houthi rebel group; illegally occupying three islands in the Persian Gulf; and “interfering” in the ...