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OPINION: Could Qatar be Lebanon’s last hope?

Lebanon is now grappling with its worst economic crisis in years, which worsened after the coronavirus outbreak as well as the deadly explosion at the Beirut port, writes Dr Ali Bakir. On 6 July, Qatar's...

Alaa Al-Siddiq: The smearing of an Emirati hero

The Emirati dissident will be laid to rest in Qatar on June 27th, per her family's request. The tragic death of Alaa Al-Siddiq, an exiled Emirati activist known for her eloquent and brave human rights...

OPINION: The Gulf crisis has not been solved but managed 

While the blockade has been lifted and all of the former blockading countries have signed on to the Al Ula declaration, tensions remain between Doha and Abu Dhabi, writes Dr Andreas Krieg. When the United...

كيف تغلبت وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي على آلة الدعاية الإسرائيلية

بعد عقود من الاضطهاد والرقابة والقمع، أخيراً فقدت دولة الاحتلال الإسرائيلي سطوتها على السردية الفلسطينية. للأسف لم تعد ضربات إسرائيل على فلسطين بالأمر الجديد. فلأكثر من سبعة عقود، قصفت إسرائيل الأراضي المحتلة وقتلت مواطنين فلسطينيين...

How social media beat Israel’s propaganda machine 

After decades of oppression, censorship, and suppression, Israel has finally lost control of the narrative in Palestine.  Israel striking Palestine is, unfortunately, nothing new. For over seven decades, it has bombarded Palestinian land, killing its...

OPINION: Shura Council elections would provide Qatari citizens with a stake and voice in government affairs

Qatar's upcoming Shura council elections would provide Qatari citizens with a stake and voice in government affairs, writes Michael Eisner. Qatari Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani is on the brink of introducing a new...
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