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Suzan Quitaz


Suzan Quitaz is a researcher and former police officer with many years’ experience in working with intelligence gathering and processing.

The associations between Israel and some Gulf monarchies like Bahrain have evolved to a point where they have transformed the geopolitical map of the region.

17 December, 2019

Omar Abdul Aziz, a friend of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, filed a lawsuit against Israel's NSO spyware Ltd, claiming it played a major role in his murder.

03 October, 2019

The murder of Jamal Khashoggi has raised questions about diplomatic immunity and the risk of actors abusing this system to carry out criminal activities.

01 October, 2019

Not a single party has ever won a majority in the Knesset, making coalition governments the norm in Israeli politics. So who are these religious parties exerting their disproportionate influence?

11 September, 2019

Well-documented reports have indicated extensive behind-the-scenes diplomatic and intelligence cooperation between Israel and Saudi Arabia, reports Suzan Quitaz.

14 August, 2019

In-depth: One hundred years on, the declaration which eventually led to the creation of Israel remains fiercely contested. Suzan Quitaz examines why.

01 November, 2017

Exclusive: British police are renewing their investigation into the assassination of Naji al-Ali, the creator of Handala, 30 years after his death, reports Suzan Quitaz.

29 August, 2017