Back in 2014, a young Palestinian journalist, Yaser Murtaja, saved the life of a little girl named Bisan by pulling her out of the rubble during Israel’s assault on Gaza. She lost six members of her family, including her parents.
April 09, 2018
Had Dante witnessed the suffering of the people in Eastern Ghouta, he might have rewritten his “Inferno.” Pancaked, besieged, and reduced to rubble — his immortal line is perhaps apt: “Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.”
April 02, 2018
Many people, even some governments, think the Cambridge Analytica scandal does not really affect them. They may not have a Facebook account, or, if they do, barely use it. Some do not care that their data has been shared without their consent.
March 26, 2018
Muslims in Britain, or anyone who might appear to be Muslim, will be marking April 3 in their diaries with trepidation. Various lowlifes have added a new date to the calendar: “Punish a Muslim Day.”
March 19, 2018
In early 2018, the British public was transfixed by a new TV series, “McMafia,” which shone a light on the murky world of the Russian mafia, the sex trade, assassinations and drugs, as well as the gilded lifestyle of Russian oligarchs living in the UK.
March 12, 2018
British royal visits have, over the years, conjured more than their fair share of controversial moments.
March 05, 2018
One could almost hear the back-slapping and sense of relief from the hallowed halls of the United Nations Security Council on Saturday, when a text on Syria was finally unanimously agreed.
February 26, 2018
The world seems a vastly different place compared to the days of the global anti-Iraq War marches of 15 years ago. Three million people in Rome alone reportedly marched against war.
February 19, 2018
A routine refrain among casual observers in recent months has been a sense of relief that the conflict in Syria is coming to an end.
February 12, 2018