ChatGPT is all the hype these days, but when it comes to Arabic, the chatbot's capabilities are much less impressive. Through a personal interaction, Dima Hamdan reflects on the possibilities and risks of relying on artificial intelligence.
Born and raised in Gaza, Mohammed R. Mhawish dreamt of travelling abroad to amplify the struggle and voices of his people internationally. But the outside world was not all that he had hoped for, as aspiration turned into disillusionment.
On a fateful day in February 2022, Ibrahim al-Marashi found himself praying in two religions for two Marias. In a world where narcissism and conflict cause immeasurable hurt, humanity can triumph over division, he writes.
Narrated: Fear & corruption plague each election in Zimbabwe. This year was no different. Whilst the people expect these systematic failures, it is the growing hopelessness amongst the people that is deeply worrying, writes Beauty Dhlamini.
Do UK counter-terrorism officers really "randomly" pull people up at airports? Writer Tariq Mehmood, also one of the Bradford 12, shares a recent experience at Manchester airport that puts this question under the spotlight.
Seven years after his release, Mansoor Adayfi reflects on the fifteen years of his life he spent in the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison and the crucial promise he made to those that remain detained there on his final day.
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.