Intel Behind Trumpís Syria Attack Questioned
The mainstream media is so hostile to challenges to its groupthinks that famed journalist Seymour Hersh had to take his take-down of President Trumpís April 6 attack on Syria to Germany, says ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern.
A Baseless Justification for War in Syria
For almost 16 years, the US government has stretched the military force authorization against Al Qaeda to justify a wide-ranging ďwar on terrorĒ but now has gone further, attacking the Syrian military inside Syria, notes Dennis J Bernstein.
Israelís Efforts to Hide Palestinians from View no longer Fools Young American Jews
One can understand why making the Palestinians invisible is the tactic of choice for Israelís supporters. But a new report suggests that it would be wise for them to keep Israel in the shadows too, writes Jonathan Cook.
US Budget Requests Reflect Disregard for Foreign Aid
Israelís aid remains steady, as does Egyptís security assistance. However, the administration proposes a reduction in Egyptís economic assistance from $143 million to $75 million, writes Mark Habeeb.
Arab life Conditions Will Determine the Fate of ISIS and its Mindset
ISIS, Al-Qaeda before it, and hundreds of other smaller movements of disgruntled men and women all emerged from and exploited a context of expanding human distress, misery, dehumanization, and helplessness, all of which we can trace in statistics and news stories since the 1980s, explains Rami G. Khouri.
Muslims Must Weld Themselves to Wider Communities in the Face of Islamophobia
They should condemn all terrorism ó in any form, whatever the target, whomever the perpetrator ó loudly, roundly, unequivocally, suggests Rashmee Roshan Lall.
Tehran begins exporting gas to Baghdad

Iran has started exporting gas through pipeline to Baghdad with volume of seven million cubic metres a day.

Saudi stock market bullish on new heir
Ex-Barclays CEO charged with fraud over Qatar funding
Investors buy more Morocco bonds despite Rif unrest
Saudi's Kingdom Holding buys 7% of Careem ride app
Prolonged Gulf crisis could leave energy market vulnerable
IEA says Oil output set to outstrip demand in 2018
Abu Dhabi says Gulf air embargo only applies to Qatar firms
Turkey economy posts 5% growth first quarter
Illicit antiquities trade threatening cultural heritage

The amount of money ISIS is taking in is estimated at $150 million-$200 million per year.

US Supreme Court to decide on Iran artifact case
Israeli rights group accepts donation from winner of Man Booker prize
Lebanon bans Wonder Woman film over Zionist actress
Ramadan TV dramas get inspiration from Syria war
Film warns of Israel's 'suicide' at Cannes
Cyprus convention targets trade in 'blood antiquities'
Lebanese activists seek to save Beirut heritage from neglect
Turkey stages Ottoman sports in callback to past glory
 
A mystical Ramadan journey to Jerusalem
With its gold dome, blue tiles, arches and verses from the Quran written in Arabic calligraphy, the Dome of the Rock is breathtakingly beautiful.
Eid revives Tunisian tradition of pastry making
Tunisian bakers are modernising their industry while preserving tradition.
Prime time for Ramadan on Gulf fashion calendar
From Dolce & Gabbana to Michael Kors, major brands are catering to lucrative Gulf markets during Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Ramadan in the rubble for Syrians in besieged Douma
Open-air meals are rare pleasure in areas outside Damascus, made possible only by relative calm following international deal to reduce violence.
Red Sea coral reefs take the heat of climate change
Scientists are studying unique coral reefs in northern Red Sea which are resistant to higher temperatures.
Migrantsí perilous journey to reach Europe
Migrants dice with death on flimsy boats, in desert, but see their dreams of reaching Europe swiftly shattered.
Ramadan TV drama on ISIS stirs mixed reactions
'The series does a wonderful job of revealing life inside ISIS recruitment camps,' says Egyptian cinema critic Tarek el-Shenawy.
Family reunion after separation in South Sudan's war
It has been three and a half years since Jorgina, her teenage son Emmanuel last saw each other.
Palestinian violinist brings music to young refugees
Ramzi Aburedwan's Al-Kamandjati ('the violinist') project provides musical training to around 2,000 children from Palestinian refugee camps.
Morocco fossil discovery obliterates two decades of scientific consensus
Studies find Homo sapiens are 100,000 years older than thought, eliminates scientific consensus that our forefathers emerged in East Africa.
Dubai police enroll first robotic officer
Wearing police cap, moving on wheels, Dubai's new robotic cop is first in unit that aims to make up a quarter of the force by 2030.
Amman to celebrate status as Ďcapital of Islamic cultureí
Amman has a host of cultural sites and boasts Islamic intellectuals and scientists who have contributed widely to the Islamic civilisation.