The only tragedy about the death at 96 years of age of Youssef al-Qaradawi, the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, the world’s deadliest terrorist grouping, is that the Muslim Brotherhood did not die along with him.
Perhaps the timing of these protests, coinciding with Iran supplying drones to Russia, is just a massive coincidence, just like taking out Imran Khan after his Pakistani government did a petrol deal with the Russians.
The Iran deal is the ultimate test of just how much Joe Biden loves the old continent, Martin Jay writes.
In the past, Erdogan vowed to pray in the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus, and that might happen, writes Steven Sahiounie.
Xi Jinping’s visit to Saudi Arabia is heralding more tectonic changes in the rules of the Great Game in ways that few have begun to realize.
The real reason why America went there was actually a pipe dream which had nothing to do with fighting the Taliban, Martin Jay writes.
As Iran and the West pass a new deadline, it is Israel at least that has signalled recently that a deal at some point is ‘inevitable’.
Though “Irish” hypocrites preach that the world must “never again” let innocents like Ettie Steinberg die at the hands of monsters, they are the very monsters who perpetrate these crimes in Palestine, Syria, Yemen, and Ukraine.