Ahmed Twaij, a physician and journalist with experience in Iraq and other war zones, argues Hamas and ISIS cannot be compared.
UC Irvine scholar and author on the Middle East Mark LeVine warns the Gaza war is biting off more than anyone is bargaining for.
Novelist Mai Al-Nakib opines that despite the bombs and the bullets, Arab voices and cultural narratives are on the rise and gaining momentum.
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.