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It's refreshing to remember that the terrorists depicted in western media and entertainment as modern-day bogeymen represent but an infinitesimal fraction of the real Middle East, writes Jordan Elgrably.

Comment: Plays such as 'My name is Rachel Corrie' form an essential part of the Palestinian resistance. They will not be silenced, writes Malia Bouattia.

Washington's love-fest with Riyadh comes out into the open

Robert Springborg

Washington's love-fest with Riyadh comes out into the open

Comment: The US-Saudi relationship has always been a fundamental, if understated feature of both countries' foreign policies. But Trump is about to make the implicit, explicit, writes Robert Springborg.

The Washington-Riyadh love-fest finally comes out into the open

Robert Springborg

The Washington-Riyadh love-fest finally comes out into the open

Comment: The US-Saudi relationship has always been a fundamental, if understated feature of both countries' foreign policies. But Trump is about ...

Fireworks, deafening and silent, all at once

Toufic Haddad

Fireworks, deafening and silent, all at once

Review: A new play opening in London examines life in a Palestinian-esque situation, with two families living in extraordinary circumstances.

Taoufik Bouachrine

The legacy of the Moroccan Spring

Comment: Though the high hopes of the Moroccans who took to the streets in 2011 were not realised, the protests changed Morocco, and its politics, forever.

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