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The head of the Beirut Bar Association warned a novel coronavirus outbreak in crisis-hit Lebanon's largest and most overcrowded prison amounted to a "humanitarian time bomb".

Iran-backed Hezbollah may pull deployed in Syria, the FPM leader said.

Northern Ireland militant group forged ties with Hezbollah: report

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Northern Ireland militant group forged ties with Hezbollah: report

A group of Republican militants in Northern Ireland visited Lebanon's Hezbollah in 2018 and is suspected to have forged ties to import weapons, a report said.

The modern-day child slaves of Mauritania

Al-Araby Al-Jadeed Arabic edition

The modern-day child slaves of Mauritania

Mauritania abolished slavery in 1981, the last country to do so, but the practice remains deeply rooted in society.

Trump warns Iran of 'heavy price' amid troop attacks

The New Arab

Trump warns Iran of 'heavy price' amid troop attacks

Tehran was warned against carrying out further attacks on US troops in the region on Wednesday, with the US president vowing a "heavy price".

Karim Traboulsi

BDS bulletin: Reappropriating hummus for justice

Israel has long appropriated Palestinian cuisine and Arab dishes, rebranding them as its own to efface the culture of the lands it occupies. But Palestinians are fighting back, and winning.

Tom Charles

What will the UK's extremist DUP mean for Palestine?

Comment: As colonisers, there has been a natural affinity between the Protestant politicians of Northern Ireland, and successive Israeli ...

Nabil Massad

Alien Covenant's Michael Fassbender speaks to The New Arab

German-born Irish actor Michael Fassbender speaks to The New Arab in an exclusive interview about his rise as a Hollywood star and his ...

Lawrence Pintak

Islamophobia after Trump

Comment: Trump's political reality show is about to be cancelled, but in quiet corners of America, extremists of a different variety continue to ...

No, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn is not enabling anti-Semitism

Usaid Saddiqui

No, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn is not enabling anti-Semitism

Comment: The Labour leader, a frequent critic of Israel, has cracked down on isolated cases of anti-Semitism, therefore suggesting the party has ...

Al-Araby al-Jadeed staff

Online campaign calls for release of Mauritanian anti-slavery activist

A leading Arab human rights organisation is seeking to highlight the case of Biram Dah Abeid, an activist imprisoned for his relentless efforts ...

Gaddafi and the IRA's explosive relationship

Nick Rodrigo

Gaddafi and the IRA's explosive relationship

Comment: Libya supplied Semtex and other weaponry and training to those Gaddafi believed were his 'anti-imperialist' brethren in Northern ...

Conditional surrender: What “degrade and destroy” really means

Mark Perry

Conditional surrender: What “degrade and destroy” really means

Obama's much-derided strategy to fight the Islamic State group nevertheless reflects the widespread view in America that the US needs to do ...

Political posturing and Cameron's 'anti-terrorism' proposals

Lana Asfour

Political posturing and Cameron's 'anti-terrorism' proposals

The British prime minister has promised tough laws to prevent citizens from supporting the Islamic State group, but human rights groups say such ...

The United States and Democracy Prevention in Egypt

Khalil al-Anani

The United States and Democracy Prevention in Egypt

US foreign policy is under the microscope with Jason Brownlee's study on Cairo-Washington relations, which addresses the impact of this alliance ...

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