Yousef M. Aljamal surmises renewed attacks on Jenin signal Israel's intention to end Palestinian hopes for statehood.
Former ambassador Chas Freeman, Jr. argues that we have entered a new era in which players are shifting on the geopolitical chess table.
Our woman in Tunis, Sarah Ben Hamadi, is alarmed at the surging anti-African racism plaguing Tunisia, endemic to North Africa.
For eight years, a blind Palestinian school principal has resisted persistent Israeli efforts to drive his family out of Jerusalem.
Mireille Rebeiz objects to geopolitical hypocrisy when it comes to migrants and workers' rights, and supports the upcoming US-Iran match in Doha.
Human rights activist Stephen Rohde argues that even in the most heinous of cases, life with the possibility of parole should be on the table.
I. Rida Mahmood observes that while people in Iran and Arab countries are roiling for more equality and freedom, they are not taking any cues from the west.
For nearly 40 years, writes Sara Mokhavat, her generation in Iran has gone from one crisis to another.