Contending with a regime of work permits, limited rights and ethnic discriminations, this situation makes very difficult for workers to organize themselves in trade unions.[...]
In Israel, writes Yaron London, is okay to arrange a consumer boycott of a bank that undermines orthodox Jewish values or a factory that charges exorbitant prices. But it is forbi[...]
Has the seemingly permanent nature of Israeli control over the Palestinians rendered the legal term ‘occupation’ invalid?[...]
In Ain al-Tineh, opposite the occupied town of Majdal Shams, Syrians are back to commemorating the time when the residents of the occupied Golan Heights refused to take up Israeli [...]
March 14 supporters were divided between those who were satisfied with the outcome and believed their side achieved a victory over Hezbollah, on one hand, and a minority, which saw[...]
One of the Iraqi capital’s most vocal young activists, who uses the pseudonym Omar Al-Baghdadi for his own security, is often described as “Baghdad’s Converter.” His mission, among[...]
The battles between the Syrian army and armed extremist groups in Zara, surrounding the Krak des Chevaliers, are echoing throughout Wadi al-Nasara. Each day, the villages in the va[...]
Shocking revelations of the torture and rape of Iraqi women in Iraqi prisons show that the culture established by the US occupation continues to prevail  by Ramzy Baroud* - Al-Ahra[...]
A Sisi presidency will start with strong popular support but will have difficulty meeting popular expectations. And what about the role of the other internal powers?[...]
Another jarring domestic violence case forces Lebanon to confront its legal obstacles[...]