Unlike today’s hypocritical U.S., an America led by Trump would at least be honest about its intentions.
Hadani Ditmars is the author of Dancing in the No-Fly Zone: a Woman's Journey Through Iraq, a past editor at New Internationalist, and has been reporting from the Middle East for two decades. Her next book is a political travelogue of ancient sites.
More vigorous support for pro-democracy activists from the international community is key to the success of the growing movement that rejects post-invasion sectarian cronyism and corruption.
Amid a wave of high-profile racially motivated violence, there seems to be a growing trend of interfaith solidarity. Can it make a difference in the world?
Canadian Conservatives are now conflating BDS campaign with hate speech. What the country really needs is to recognize the dangers of stifling speech.
While we are distracted by dramas on TV, untelevised horrors go on, and whether we watch or change the channel, we are part of the evil as we try to survive.
The two were en route from Toronto to al-Shifa hospital in Gaza, according to reports, when they apparently took a wrong turn.
The Bradford Synagogue in northern England was facing a dwindling population and serious financial woes when the local Muslim community reached into its pockets to save the day.
Nearly three decades after publishing his first groundbreaking graphic novel about his father and the Holocaust, Spiegelman seems resigned to being a 'rootless cosmopolitan.'
It took the murder of his niece to galvanize Miko Peled, son of IDF General Matti Peled who later became a champion of Palestinian rights, to follow a journey that has led him to embrace a democratic one-state solution.
Palestinians, both at home and abroad, have found an unlikely partner in the struggle against colonization: First Nations, the indigenous peoples of Canada.
Gerry Judah recreates and evokes the lunar landscapes of modernbattlefields in his 3-D installation paintings.
For a growing number of Palestinians with Jerusalem ID papers, a trip overseas can mean the loss of their right to residency in their homeland.