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Failing to hold American partners to account for human rights abuses emboldens them to continue with bad behaviour, forcing Washington to defend them and ultimately making these allies burdens rather than assets to the US, writes Trita Parsi.
On 27 April the Guardian reported the horrific massacre of 41 Syrian civilians in Tadamon, a Damascus neighbourhood. As Russian crimes in Ukraine invoke Western outrage and support for Ukraine, Ammar Dayoub says we cannot expect the same for Syria.
A gas pipeline between Turkey and Israel is being quietly discussed as ties improve between the two countries and Europe seeks alternatives to Russian energy supplies.
Gay Palestinian activist Fahad Ali explains why the Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) in Australia, by showing an Israeli state-funded film pretexting being 'apolitical', has failed the test of real solidarity with LGBTQ+ people in Palestine.
US special envoy Amos Hochstein is due to visit both Lebanon and Israel to try and revitalise discussions between the two sides on the possibly gas-rich Mediterranean waters.
Due to reductive and harmful notions of identity, Palestinian-Americans have either had to hide their diasporic pride, or assimilate to survive. Yet, as we find out through the story of Tariq Raouf, many have now awoken to political engagement.
Iran says the cameras were damaged in a June attack it alleges Israel was behind. Tel Aviv has been widely blamed for multiple attacks against its arch-rival in recent years.