Category: Middle East
Israel’s ‘New Normalization’ Policy with Arab Countries: Whether it is in the Stage of Honeymoon or Sustainable Peace -Nurefsan Aricam and Nazmül Islam
The US has recently made efforts to reconcile Israel and Arab countries. Israel’s process of normalizing relations with Arab countries was limited to Egypt and Jordan in 42 years. Most […]
What if Jerusalem falls? -By Prof. Dr. Kudret BÜLBÜL
Jerusalem is a holy city for the Muslims, Christians and Jews… The first Qibla of the Muslims. The city where Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon Him) ascended for his journey […]
Attack on Gaza Not A Success Rather A Failure
By Wasequzzaman Mubashshir “The best among you is the one who doesn’t harm others with his tongue and hands”- Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) Among all the human beings […]
8 Reasons Why Israel is Under Rocket Attack
By Waleed S. Ahmed The “peace-loving nation” of Israel is yet again at the brink of an existential annihilation due to homemade rocket attacks from Gaza — or so they […]
Al-Qassam Brigades From one pistol to an organised army
Before 1990, the name of Hamas’s military wing was unknown. That year, however, witnessed a quantum leap in the military performance of the movement, which founded its own military force, […]
Syrian Crisis The Gross Violation of Human Rights and the Role of United Nations
By Md. Nazmul Islam Raihan The conflict in Syria didn’t occur all of a sudden. The engagement of multinational fighters did not occur simultaneously but with a process of dynamic […]
Iraq’s Insurgency Redrawing the Map
by Ramzy Baroud “Labeiki ya Zaynab,” chanted Iraqi Shia fighters as they swayed, dancing with their rifles before TV news cameras in Baghdad on June 13. They were apparently getting […]
Why does the war against the Brotherhood ultimately fail?
by Dr Bashir Musa Nafi The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Egypt was born in 1928, from the early 1940s to the 1980s the group spread to most Arab countries and […]
Arab Revolutions Still Alive?
By Ramzy Baroud Challenging the falsehoods and simplifications that surrounded the so-called Arab Spring from the very start doesn’t necessarily mean that one is in doubt of the very notion […]
Upcoming Game Changer: Turkish-Kurdish Alliance?
By Mohammad Pervez Bilgrami Recently held regional Kurdish conference in Turkish capital Ankara may have surprised many in the Middle East and beyond but few realized that the event was […]