Abdulrahman Elshayyal is the CEO of Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.
Twitter handle: @abdulondon
CEO of The New Arab, Abdulrahman Elshayyal, recaps the past seven years of TNA, and how the media outlet is continuing to shape discourses and challenge narratives.
Why did the AFP decide to publish a slanderous piece about Azmi Bishara, a prominent proponent of democracy and freedom in the region?
In waxing lyrical about the Syrian revolution, the Labour Party and leftists in the West have stabbed Syrians in the back and exposed their own hypocrisy, writes Abdulrahman Elshayyal.
The Arab Spring brought hope for the region's state-manipulated media landscape, but the counter-revolution reversed a lot of the gains, as attested to by the blocking of The New Arab.
Syria has become a theatre of international rivalry and conspiracy. Israel's killing of Hizballah commander Samir Kuntar is just one of many acts of foreign intervention in Syria.
World powers will decide on Syria's future in New York on Friday. After more than four years of fighting, 250,000 dead and millions homeless, is this how Syria's revolution ends?