Netanyahu's Desperate Campaign Promise Would 'Bury Any Chance of Peace'
The Arab world has furiously condemned the Israeli prime minister's pledge to annex a large chunk of the occupied West Bank if he's re-elected.
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Meet the People Building a Skate Park for Kids in Palestine
The Middle East: a volatile and complicated place. A wall separates two beautiful countries as groups of skateboarders work towards transcending religious and cultural boundaries.
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A Love Letter to Dolma, a Middle Eastern Parcel of Joy
Arabs, Greeks, Turks, Azerbaijanis—all are united by their love of dolma, the centuries-old dish of stuffed grape vine leaves.
Meet the Woman Bringing Yemeni Food to the London Brunch Scene
“People from the outside either know nothing about the country or they only focus on the negatives, so food is a way to change this perception.”
Welcome to the World’s Least Likely Palestinian Restaurant
What the Fattoush? is run by two non-Arabs out of a bar in East London. But its dishes—and commitment to Palestinian causes—are genuine.
No-Go Zone: Life as a Freelance War Photographer
Australia's Luke Cody explains how he manages fear and stays alive.
Israel and Iran Are Inching Closer to Actual War
A wayward drone, airstrikes, a downed Israeli jet – here's what this weekend's scuffle means for the coming year in a volatile region.
Inside the Private Spaces Women Can Call Their Own
Rania Matar's photos of teen girls in their bedrooms celebrate similarities between America and the Middle East.
How an Afghan Refugee is Changing Venice's Restaurant Landscape
Hamed Ahmadi now has five restaurants in northeastern Italy's Veneto region and has helped employ many young refugees from the Middle East and Africa.
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How Trump Can (and Probably Will) Botch the Iran Situation
The president has been more vocal in support of the latest round of protests than Obama was. But his travel ban and threat of sanctions mean trouble for activists.
Trump's New Israel Policy Could Make the World a Lot More Dangerous
There have already been a handful of violent incidents possibly connected to the US recognising Jerusalem as the country's capital – and that might just be the tip of the iceberg.
Inside the Lavish Divorce Parties of the Beidane People
The ethnic group celebrates divorces as hard as they do weddings.