While speaking to other media, Jabhat Fateh al-Sham turns down EI interview request. Read more about The questions al-Qaida's rebranded Syria affiliate won't answer
Europe’s attitude to refugees is being compared to Israel’s policies on “security” by senior diplomats. Read more about Israeli leaders delight in Europe's cruelty toward refugees
Few Western journalists have dared to ask why Israel is supporting Jabhat al-Nusra. Read more about Why has Israel embraced al-Qaida's branch in Syria?
Allegations that Ein al-Hilwe camp is sheltering Lebanese Islamist extremists are baseless, say Palestinians. Read more about Palestinians in Lebanon push back against media incitement
Rebel and regime crimes against Palestinians in Syria detailed in latest edition of the Journal of Palestine Studies. Read more about Syria rebels and regime share blame for Yarmouk catastrophe
Abdel Bari Atwan was forced out of al-Quds al-Arabi after 25 years, but is bouncing back with a new online media project which launched in September. Read more about Gulf states and Israel won't silence me: journalist Abdel Bari Atwan
Gaza-born Abdel Bari Atwan is best known for interviewing Osama bin Laden. Read more about Beware of "politicians and their lies," says Palestinian author
Nancy Murray, education director of the ACLU of Massachusetts, explains why she believes a “Muslim exception” is being carved out of the First Amendment, how a juror came to Tarek Mehanna’s sentencing hearing last week to ask the judge for mercy, and why Mehanna’s case has wide-reaching implications. Read more about "You will be punished if you don't become an informant": ACLU's Nancy Murray on Tarek Mehanna case