Badr al-Ibrahim is a Saudi writer and analyst.
Comment: The West must bear the brunt of the responsibility for the recent terrorist attacks in Paris because of its part in the creation of jihadism, says Badr al-Ibrahim.
Comment: Islamic State group aims to instigate civil strife in Saudi Arabia, but the state can hit back by addressing the issues the group seeks to exploit, says Badr al-Ibrahim
Comment: Al-Qaeda's old guard unsuccessfully tried to rein in its more radical young adherents, but now war in Iraq and Syria has taken an overtly sectarian appearance, says Badr al-Ibrahim.
Comment: Many in Saudi Arabia are unable to describe the attack on a Shia mosque as an act of mass murder, says Badr al-Ibrahim.
Comment: Arab nationalists need to support nation states to prevent the Arab people fragmenting as the region slides towards disintegration, says Badr al-Ibrahim.
Comment: The Palestinians did not leave their land voluntarily in 1948 as argued by Israel and some Arab states - they left because they were ethnically cleansed, says Badr al-Ibrahim.
Comment: Globalisation has led to division rather than union in the world, argues Regis Debray, and in the Middle East, sect and religion again denote identities.
Comment: American Sniper is a propaganda movie that misleads and rewrites history
Comment: The Lebanese group's recent attacks on Israeli forces highlight its expansion from South Lebanon to Golan, and that it will not remain silent in the face of aggression.
Comment: The democratic experiment of the Arab Spring is coming to an end, partly due to a lack of US interest in supporting people's hopes and ambitions, says Badr al-Ibrahim.