Perspectives

Men ride a motorcycle past debris outside a hospital damaged after a reported airstrike in Northeast Syria on 10 July, 2019. [Getty]
Opinion: The World Health Organization's continued co-operation with Assad's murderous regime is in direct contradiction with its humanitarian mandate, writes Mat Nashed.
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Opinion: Blocking aid to Gaza while selling huge amounts of weaponry to Israel makes the US complicit in Israel's oppression of the Palestinian people, writes Josh Ruebner.
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Opinion: Algerian politics is caught in a struggle between loyal proponents of the old regime, and an uncompromising protest movement, writes Yasmina Allouche.
Protesters attend a rally in Hong Kong to show support for the Uighur minority in China on 22 December, 2019. [Getty]
Opinion: Biden’s human rights agenda should run parallel, but separate, to geopolitical competition, writes Rachel Esplin Odell.
A Muslim woman holds a Canadian flag during the multicultural Canada Day celebration in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on 1 July, 2019. [Getty]
Opinion: The Superior Court of Quebec confirmed the section of the secularist law that limits the wearing of religious signs by civil servants. It has been heavily criticised, writes Adèle Surprenant.
A Muslim woman holds a Canadian flag during the multicultural Canada Day celebration in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on 1 July, 2019. [Getty]
Opinion: The Superior Court of Quebec confirmed the section of the secularist law that limits the wearing of religious signs by civil servants. It has been heavily criticised, writes Adèle Surprenant.
A child from the Uyghur community living in Turkey wears a mask during a protest against the visit of China's Foreign Minister to Turkey, in Istanbul on March 25, 2021. - Hundreds protested against the Chinese official visit and what they allege is oppression by the Chinese government to Muslim Uyghurs in the far-western Xinjiang province. (Photo by Bulent KILIC / AFP) (Photo by BULENT KILIC/AFP via Getty Images)
Opinion: Evidence of China's genocide against the Uighurs is now undeniable. With all other paths to justice foreclosed, national governments must speak up for the victims, write Irwin Cotler and Yonah Diamond.
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Opinion: In Kashmir, military lockdowns and internet shutdowns were already commonplace. Now, an inadequate healthcare system and India's mismanaged response is putting Kashmiris at even greater risk, writes Umar Lateef Misgar.
Yair Lapid (L) speaks to Naftali Bennett (R) during a reception marking the opening of the 19th Knesset (Israeli parliament) on 5 February, 2013. [Getty]
Opinion: With a potential prime minister more right-wing than Netanyahu, Biden may have an even harder time pressing Tel Aviv for change, writes Mitchell Plitnick.
(L-R) Conservatives Boris Johnson, Zac Goldsmith, and then British Prime Minister David Cameron attend a mayoral campaign rally in London, England on 3 May, 2016. [Getty]
Opinion: Anti-Muslim sentiment pervades the UK's political spectrum, media, foreign policy, and society at large, argues Aniqah Choudhri.