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Why Bahaa Hariri can lead Lebanon out of the quagmire

  • People following events in Lebanon clearly understand that alliances between corrupt political parties and the Hezbollah militia are the reason for the country’s malaise. This system, which covered Hezbollah’s weapons and its terrorist activity in Syria and Yemen, has supported the militia in o...
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Cartoon by Mohammed Rayes

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Arab Americans need to push back against racist anti-BDS laws

  • At least 28 of America’s 50 states have adopted laws that violate the US Constitution by punishing citizens who refuse to sign a letter renouncing the moral boycott of Israel’s illegal occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem, known as the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, or BD...
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Clinical trials begin for Egyptian COVID-19 vaccine

  • Egypt is to start clinical trials of its COVID-19 vaccine, EgyVax. The announcement was made by Egyptian minister of higher education and scientific research, Khaled Abdel Ghaffar. He said the trials represented “a very important development” and major success for Egypt in fighting the coro...
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Cartoon by Mohammed Rayes

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Saudi Arabia launches first virtual hospital

  • RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s health ministry on Monday launched the Kingdom’s first virtual hospital as part of ongoing efforts to digitalize the healthcare sector. With a growing live network of 130 connected hospitals, SEHA Virtual Hospital (SVH) is the largest of its kind in the world. The ...
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Cartoon by Mohammed Rayes

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How Palestinian pens can defeat Israel’s sword

  • Israeli soldiers killed another Palestinian teenager this week, having accused him of throwing a firebomb during protests in the Palestinian village of Al-Khader near Bethlehem. The victim, Mohammed Shehade, was only 14. Israeli officials immediately asserted that he was one of three Palestin...
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COVID-19 rages in Iraq as vaccinations lag

  • BAGHDAD: In the stores and buses of Iraq masks are rare even as Covid-19 spreads widely, vaccines are viewed with suspicion and the sick see hospitals as a last resort. At Al-Shifaa Hospital in the capital Baghdad, the ramifications are clear. “More than 95 percent of those sick with Covid-19...
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No end in sight to the skewed portrayal of Israeli-Palestinian violence

  • The Palestinian-Israeli relationship has come down to a one-sided vicious circle of events in which the violence committed against Palestinians is often far worse than that against Israelis. Incidents committed by Palestinians are treated as acts of “terrorism,” which automatically implies tha...
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