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By Hasan Abu Nimah - Sep 18,2018
Concerns that the battle to liberate Syria's Idlib province from tens of thousands of extremist fighters, many foreign and most with militias affiliated with Al Qaeda, could cost countless civilian lives are fully justified.Wars only cause death and destruction, and there has yet
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Sep 11,2018
Clearly, the motive behind defunding UNRWA is the termination of the 70-year-old Palestinian refugee problem. It is of course an Israeli idea. It is not new.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Sep 04,2018
To disguise real issues, Israel has developed with time unparalleled skills in distraction.After messing up an already barren and confused situation with the Palestinians, Israel seems to be proposing to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, through American intermediaries, a fede
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Aug 29,2018
Imagine the countless benefits if the two current Arab wars in Syria and Yemen were to be ended.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Aug 14,2018
The latest terror attack on a Jordanian security post guarding an annual cultural festival in the historic town of Fuheis, west of Amman, was indeed shocking for the loss of life it had caused. But it should come as no surprise.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Aug 07,2018
Supremacy of the rule of law and “no one is above the law”  is a principle His Majesty King Abdullah has been relentlessly emphasising.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jul 31,2018
The United Nations organisation turns 73-years old in October. As such and with its membership reaching 193 member states, it is a focal point in the global political system.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jul 24,2018
Finally, the Israeli Knesset had passed a law declaring Israel as a Jewish state, in fact declaring the land on which Israel exists, Palestine, as the land of the Jewish people only, not others.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jul 17,2018
Last week, the House of Representatives convened in an extraordinary session specifically dedicated to consider whether the newly-appointed government of Prime Minister Omar Razzaz would gain the House’s vote of confidence.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jul 11,2018
During the lifetime of the Arab League, already 68 years old, it is rare to locate a period during which inter-Arab relations were all good. Problems of a different nature routinely existed bilaterally and multilaterally.

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