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In-depth: The Jordan-Israeli deal to swap solar energy for water is presented as a solution to Jordan's water shortage, but along the Jordan River, farmers struggling with drought and a dying soil expect little from the deal.
In-depth: The Palestinian Christian presence in Jerusalem is under threat due to institutionalised discrimination, attacks by radical Israeli groups, and systematic attempts by settler organisations to take over church property in the Old City.
In-depth: Algeria's hefty military budget for 2022 constitutes a fifth of all public spending, with many saying it reflects a changing military doctrine amid heightened border threats and Morocco's normalisation deal with Israel.
In-depth: Before Hisham Abu Hawash ended his 141-day-long hunger strike, a wave of protests swept Palestine to denounce his treatment by Israeli authorities. According to activists on the ground, they have the potential to grow.
In-depth: The New Arab for the first time reveals what was said in the room when Tzipi Hotovely, the Israeli ambassador to the UK, attended an LSE debating society event in November.
In-depth: Obituaries and editorials that praised Tutu's honesty and moral clarity regarding apartheid in South Africa have erased his staunch support for Palestine.
In-depth: In the heart of Jerusalem's Old City, Armenians are preparing to celebrate Christmas. But this year, faced with a spike in attacks against the community and rising coronavirus cases, the streets of the Armenian Quarter are quiet.
In-depth: Israel will not end its occupation of Palestine as long as the international community doesn’t hold it accountable, says UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Michael Lynk.
Book Club: Author Omar Mouallem talks more about his illuminating new book, Praying to the West: How Muslims Shaped the Americas, examining the kaleidoscope that is Islam in the Americas and how this diversity has impacted host communities.