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Coronavirus contemplations: Part I

18 May, 2020

Comment: In this three-part series, Dr Azmi Bishara takes a deep dive look at how citizens and states have responded to an unprecedented coronavirus pandemic that is reshaping our world.

UAE denies spying on users via popular messaging app

28 December, 2019

The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority in a statement denied reports it was spying on users through a popular messaging app.

Popular Mideast app pulled after spying allegations

24 December, 2019

ToTok appears to trick users of iPhones and Android devices into handing over access to their location and private data on their devices.

Popular messaging app ToTok exposed as 'Emirati spy tool'

23 December, 2019

ToTok is a new messaging app used by millions across the world, but a new investigation has revealed it is being used as a spy tool by the UAE.

Is this Google-sanctioned Emirati company poaching Israeli intelligence officers?

16 October, 2019

Thousands of Israelis have left their country's cyber security firm to work for UAE-government linked DarkMatter, which has been accused of hacking.

Not Deal, but chutzpah of the Century

13 May, 2019

Comment: The ideas of the 'Deal of the Century' are already a reality, it will simply confer legitimacy on what Israel has snatched by force, writes Azmi Bishara.

Sudanese women 'sexually harassed' while protesting for change

05 April, 2019

As protests erupted in the east African country over soaring inflation and against Bashir's 30-year rule, female demonstrators have faced a vicious response from security forces.

UAE spied on leading Middle East journalists

01 April, 2019

The iPhones of multiple leading Arab journalists and media figures, including the founder and CEO of The New Arab, were hacked by American operatives enlisted by the UAE.

Azmi Bishara: Sudan, Algeria 'on the verge of democracy'

19 March, 2019

The precursors of 'a second wave of the Arab Spring unfolding in Sudan and Algeria' may be more successful due to lessons learned by Arab dissidents, says the Palestinian intellectual.

Israel's Netanyahu accused of anti-Arab incitement ahead of elections

09 March, 2019

The Israeli leader, slumping in the polls after the dramatic announcement of his pending corruption indictment, is portraying Arab politicians as a threat to national security

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