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So, You Think you Know Iraq?

By Hussein Al-alak After a near decade long occupation of Iraq, you would have thought that some people, within British political circles, would have learned something about the country, which they sent troops in to […]

Reflection at Qalandiya

By Tamar Fleishman Twenty people, who had been released from hospitals all around the West Bank, gathered at Qalandiya checkpoint in order to receive permits from the DCO and head home to the Gaza strip. […]

Lebanonization of Iraq

By Jamal Kanj In 1992 British born American Zionist Bernard Lewis wrote in the Foreign Affairs journal “Rethinking the Middle East” calling for the “Lebanonisation” of the Arab world for it was “vulnerable to such […]

ISIL and Iraq’s Pandora’s Box

By Ramzy Baroud “Labeiki ya Zaynab,” chanted Iraqi Shiite fighters as they swayed, dancing with their rifles before news cameras in Baghdad on 13 June. They were apparently getting ready for a difficult fight ahead. […]