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More than 100 British Muslim medics surveyed for an investigation into Islamophobia at the NHS said they faced abuse from managers, colleagues and patients.

A new jihadi group has emerged in Syria's Idlib province.

Dropping the word '<em>jihadi</em>' won't fix UK police racism

Malia Bouattia

Dropping the word 'jihadi' won't fix UK police racism

Comment: Interrogating the impact of words means little if the policies which legitimise racist ideologies related to Muslims continue to exist, writes Malia Bouattia.

UK Muslim police group campaigns to drop '<em>jihadi</em>' terminology

The New Arab Staff

UK Muslim police group campaigns to drop 'jihadi' terminology

A Muslim group is urging for British police to change the way it describes extremism.

Palestinians demand Assad regime stop Yarmouk refugee gentrification

The New Arab Staff

Palestinians demand Assad regime stop Yarmouk refugee gentrification

Palestinians have urged the brutal Assad regime to stop gentrifying the Yarmouk refugee camp, which would put hundreds of thousands of ...

The New Arab Staff

HTS releases British-born aid worker captured in Syria's Idlib

Idlib's ruling faction Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) has released aid worker Tauqir Sharif after he was captured and imprisoned in June, local media has reported.

The New Arab Staff

Syria regime releases three activists detained over Suweida protests

Three activists have returned to Suweida after being detained by the regime.

The New Arab Staff

HTS clashes with new jihadi formation in Idlib province

HTS have clashed with jihadi groups such as Hurras Al-Din in Idlib.

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Freed Taliban prisoners eye return to the battlefield

Security concerns are mounting as several of the newly liberated fighters say they are ready to resume their holy war.

Algeria urges cooperation against 'terror' after Al-Qaeda chief killed

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Algeria urges cooperation against 'terror' after Al-Qaeda chief killed

Algeria is urging for international cooperation after the leader of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb was killed.

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Egypt 'sends' military hardware to Libya after ceasefire proposal

The convoy reportedly included 18 US-made M1A2 Abrams battle tanks along the Libyan border.

HTS leader tries to present ‘moderate’ face to Syrians

The New Arab Staff

HTS leader tries to present ‘moderate’ face to Syrians

The secretive leader of the jihadist group HTS has undertaken an intense public relations campaign in Idlib, revealing his true identity and ...

New leader of Yemen's Al-Qaeda threatens 'nightmare for Americans'

The New Arab

New leader of Yemen's Al-Qaeda threatens 'nightmare for Americans'

Saudi-national Khaled bin Omar Batarfi, the newly-appointed leader of AQAP, vowed to make the organisation a nightmare to Americans.

Baghdad's four decades of conflict and strife

Paul Iddon

Baghdad's four decades of conflict and strife

In-depth: From 1980 until now, the Iraqi capital has faced a series of conflicts, instability, and violence. This year marks 40 years since this ...

Radicalisation, Islamism and transnational politics: The Universal Enemy

Usman Butt

Radicalisation, Islamism and transnational politics: The Universal Enemy

Book Club: Seeing the jihadi project as another form of universalism is the audacious argument by Darryl Li in his new book The ...

Mobashra Tazamal

9/11 spawned anti-Muslim playbook being weaponised in India, China

Comment: The post-9/11 discourse is a favourite tactic for 'justifying' the Islamophobic policies of governments around the world, writes Mobashra Tazamal.

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Yemen in Focus: Houthis introduce martyrdom lectures at school

Students in Saada are made to watch daily video broadcasts from the Houthi rebel leader, who lectures them on the merits of martyrdom and ...

The New Arab & agencies

Yemen's Al-Qaeda confirm death of leader in US operation

AQAP has appointed a new leader following the death of Qassim Al-Rimi at the hands of US forces.

The New Arab & agencies

White supremacist propaganda is on the rise, says report

A new report has found that white supremacist propaganda in the US has doubled from last year, but such racist incidents are on the rise in ...

The Caravan: Azzam and the Rise of Global Jihad

Tam Hussein

The Caravan: Azzam and the Rise of Global Jihad

Book Club: Thomas Hegghammer details the life of Palestinian scholar Abdallah Azzam, who is seen as the founding father of global jihad.

The New Arab & agencies

Three tourists stabbed in Maldives by suspected IS sympathisers

Three people have been stabbed in the Maldives in an attack claimed by IS sympathisers.

Iraq weighs larger NATO role to replace US-led coalition

The New Arab & agencies

Iraq weighs larger NATO role to replace US-led coalition

A spokesman for Iraq's prime minister said discussions were being held with a host of NATO countries, such as France, the UK and Canada.

US military claims 'success' in hacking Islamic State

The New Arab

US military claims 'success' in hacking Islamic State

Documents released by the National Security Archive at George Washington University offer the most detailed look at Washington's 'Operation ...

New IS leader's identity revealed, who led Yazidi genocide

The New Arab

New IS leader's identity revealed, who led Yazidi genocide

The name of IS' new leader has been revealed, following the death of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi.

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