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Analysis: British MPs and advocacy groups told The New Arab that the UK must suspend weapons to Israel if it is to abide by domestic and international law.
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Analysis: Turkey is seeking legitimisation for a possible large-scale operation in northern Iraq amid disagreements on water resources and oil exports.
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In-depth: After a binding UN resolution demanding an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, calls are growing around the world to stop arms sales to Israel.
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Analysis: Israeli strikes are targeting senior Iranian and Hezbollah leaders, a sign that the once-mutual deterrence that prevented war no longer exists.
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Analysis: A landmark visit by a Hezbollah official to the UAE has led to speculation about the motivations for, and potential outcomes of, the rare trip.
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In-depth: In a country where around 90% of the population identifies as Muslim, expressions of solidarity with Palestine are remarkably limited.
Illustration Biden misinformation

Since Hamas’ October 7 attack, and throughout the Israeli onslaught on Gaza, US President Biden has been spreading false or unverified claims about the war.

Illustration ArmQ files 4

Standoff between hired "provocateurs" and protestors against controversial Armenian Patriarchate deal not an Arab-Armenian brawl as claimed.

Did Ukraine kill Egyptian journalist who 'exposed Zelensky'?

Pro-Russia disinformation network is behind fabricated killing of “journalist” who broke fictitious story on Zelensky villa purchase in Egypt.

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This week on The New Arab Weekly we look at the recent increase in Israeli attacks against Hezbollah in Lebanon, and the war of words, the killing of Hamas chief' Ismail Haniyeh's children and grandchildren, the withdrawal from Khan Younis, the death...
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The recent local elections in Turkey did not go to plan for President Erdogan. The voters sent a clear message to the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) party and the strongman president, when they voted in unprecedented numbers for the...
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This we on The New Arab Weekly we look at the recent legislative elections in Turkey, which proved difficult for Erdogan, the Israeli airstrike on the Iranian embassy in Damascus, and the killing of seven aid workers in Gaza. We were joined by The...
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The Palestinian Authority (PA) has a new government and a new Prime Minister. An exciting and yet highly challenging time for them; but for the Palestinian people, optimism for real change is low. The Palestinian Authority has been in place since the...
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This week on The New Arab Weekly, we look at the deadly Islamic State – Khorasan Province attack in Moscow, the Gaza ceasefire resolution that was passed at the United Nations Security Council, and the release of a report by the UN Special Rapporteur...
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At the start of March polling stations for Iran's legislative elections opened, and yet, very few Iranians turned up. It was a record low turnout, with just 40.64 percent of eligible voters casting their ballot. The low turnout reflected the...
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This week on The New Arab Weekly podcast, we look at the recent comments made by US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the Israeli attacks on the Al-Shifa Hosptial in Gaza, and the ceasefire deal put forward by Hamas. We were joined by Deputy...
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Welcome to the first episode of The New Arab Weekly. Each week, we take a look at some of the biggest stories of the week and examine what happened and why is it important. This week we look at the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, the looming prospect...
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The humanitarian crisis is older than the war in Gaza. For years, Palestinians inside the besieged enclave have struggled to secure some of the basic needs for life. The war, which has now entered its four month, has turned crisis into catastrophe...
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The International Court of Justice returned a verdict on 26 January. Not a complete verdict on whether genocide is being committed by Israel in Gaza, but the court did agree that there was a case to be heard, and it did recognise that there was a...
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