A stronghold of the Palestinian struggle, Jenin refugee camp is no stranger to Israeli violence. Despite the death and destruction caused by the recent invasion, the community's spirit remains steadfast, writes Yara Hawari.
A mutiny led by the Wagner mercenary group against the Russian regime, fuelled by the failure of the war in Ukraine, has created uncertainty and potential for a significant shift in Russia's stability, with global implications and unknown outcomes.
News of the imminent return of scandal-ridden ex-chief of the Israeli liaison office in Rabat should meet a decisive response from Moroccan authorities - and at the very least the accused should face legal action in Morocco, argues Ali Anouzla.
Despite growing repression, workers from Belgium’s Delhaize supermarket have led the largest strike in the country’s recent history to oppose the threats to their pay & working conditions. Now, that fight is spreading, writes Thomas Englert.
The recent report by UN Special Rapporteur Javaid Rehman on human rights in Iran betrays a biased and one-sided approach, undermining the principle of impartiality required by international law, argues Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei
On 18 February, an Israeli diplomat was ousted from the African Union Summit after member states fought against Israel's observer status in the body, showing African states are leading Palestine solidarity efforts as Arab states cosy up to Israel.
The Tory government has made Brexit Britain a living hell for migrants who reach its shores. The targeting of vulnerable refugees is undermining human rights in the UK and the opposition is allowing it to happen, writes Sam Hamad.
Reflecting on her time in Akka, a supposedly ‘mixed city’ where both Israeli Jews and Palestinians live, Hadar Cohen writes that any notion of coexistence without decolonisation will remain a delusion.
Western media - UK media in particular - has sank to new depths in its unhinged coverage of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, says Hussam Kanafani, with all semblances of integrity dissolving as outlets pile in with scandalous stories that lack credibility.
As the global cost of living and climate crises continue to exacerbate inequalities, Adele Walton argues that the hierarchical labels like 'first' and 'third' world fail to account for the exploitative nature of racial capitalism.