James Brownsell is Managing Editor of The New Arab. He has reported from London, Qatar, the occupied Palestinian territories, the US, Kenya and Mogadishu. Follow him on Twitter: @jamesbrownsell
Comment: Victims of human rights abuses in the Middle East will receive no support from a Britain dependent on trade deals with despots and dictators, writes James Brownsell.
The four-nil footballing lesson won't end the blockade or resolve any of the region's wars, but it sure felt good, writes James Brownsell
Comment: Hundreds killed, tens of thousands locked up. There's a side to Egypt not shown in glossy magazine holiday adverts, writes James Brownsell
Comment: Corbyn has finally declared a policy on Brexit, but whether it's the beginning of a unified opposition to a disastrous Conservative government remains to be seen, writes James Brownsell.
Comment: This wasn't self defence; Israeli troops were compelled only by politics to kill protesting Palestinians, writes James Brownsell.
Comment: The long-negotiated Iran nuclear deal keeps the dogs of war on a leash. It must not be scrapped, writes James Brownsell.
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Having them approve of us would be one, writes Managing Editor James Brownsell.
Comment: For hours and hours on Wednesday, Sky News Arabia persisted, knowingly reporting that which they knew to be untrue, writes James Brownsell.