UK teacher's ‘new approach’ to teaching Mideast conflict
Mahmud el-Shafey - 06/11/2015
Michael Davies wants to introduce new way of teaching Middle East based on a new type of history book called Side by Side.
American Latinos find appeal in Islam
Rasha Elass - 06/11/2015
According to organisations such as WhyIslam.org, proselytising group, Latinos are one of fastest growing segments of Muslim community.
Those invisible scars to the soul
Media activists are main news conduits in Syrian war
Every face tells a story in Bachi exhibition
Maria Shehata mixes Middle East/US Midwest in comedy
No more the ‘Hollywood of the East’
The last of the Guardians in London
In refugee crisis, Angela Merkel stands tall
Europe braces for new wave of refugees
Mahmud el-Shafey - 30/10/2015
Refugees will be facing perilous winter at a time when Europe’s Schengen zone has tightened border controls, making it even more difficult to reach Western Europe.
Omar Ibrahim - 30/10/2015
Nermeen Mufti - 30/10/2015
Abdulrahman al-Masri - 30/10/2015
Amal Mudallali - 30/10/2015
Harvey Morris - 30/10/2015
New developments in Lockerbie drama
Now Scottish and US investigators want to talk to former Libyan spy chief Abdullah al-Senussi and bomb-maker Mohammed Abouajela Masud.
German academia placing premium on humanities
Samar Kadi - 2018-01-21
Academic circles are digging into Arab heritage and engaging in dialogue to help understand contemporary developments in Arab world, especially unprecedented phenomenon of Islamic fundamentalism.
Najwa Margaret Saad
China builds navy to protect Mideast oil lifeline
Ed Blanche - 25/09/2015
Combination of China’s quest for energy resources and its swelling naval power are currently focused on Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea.
Huge opportunities for the Middle Kingdom in the Middle East
Daniel Bardsley - 25/09/2015
Trade between China and Gulf is valued at more than $100 billion annually and China is among region’s top four trading partners.
How long can Beijing avoid a political role?
If elected, Biden will carry on Obama’s policies in the Middle East
British government seeks more surveillance powers
What to expect from a President Trump
Putin, ISIS and the Chechen factor
Dia Batal’s work: Every letter tells a story
Dinner with Saddam, Horowitz’s comedic look at Iraq
Britain indicates new approach in Syria
Cameron indicates radical shift in UK’s policy towards Syria after authorising drone strikes against British citizens fighting for Islamic State.
New British Labour Party leader promises ‘change’
Mahmud el-Shafey - 2018-01-21
Corbyn’s election is expected to have major repercussions on domestic policy but his foreign policy views are also well known and many analysts expect him to challenge Cameron on a number of issues.
The Arab Weekly staff