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Israel-Palestine: By declaring Hamas a terrorist group, Britain deals a blow to peace prospects by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 24 November 2021

Biden Keeps the US Mired in the Middle East by Daniel Larison, Antiwar.com, 24 November 2021

A Brief History of Killing Children by Gideon Levy, ZNet, 23 November 2021

Yemen could be the Arab hub of the Maritime Silk Road by Pepe Escobar, Information Clearing House, 21 November 2021

UK: Hamas to be proscribed 'in its entirety' as a terrorist organisation, says Priti Patel by MEE staff, Middle East Eye, 19 November 2021

Candiru: UK government won't say whether it will complain to Israel over spyware attacks by Dania Akkad, Middle East Eye, 17 November 2021

Rights Group Says Israel Uses Settler Violence Against Palestinians to Take Over West Bank Land by Jessica Corbett, Common Dreams, 14 November 2021

In British Politics, Pro-Palestinian Activism Is Now Considered Criminal by Daniel Finn, Jacobin, 14 November 2021

Saudis Provoke Another Lebanese Crisis by As`ad AbuKhalil, Consortium News, 12 November 2021

Mohammed el-Kurd's Unabashed Fury Against Israeli Apartheid by Jaclynn Ashly, Jacobin, 9 November 2021

I Fund Terror Groups by Amira Hass, ZNet, 2 November 2021

Israel calls the fight for Palestinian rights ‘terror' - and so turns reality on its head by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 25 October 2021

Gaza: 'Collective shock' of traumatic events sees mental health cases soar by Ahmed Al-Sammak, Middle East Eye, 24 October 2021

Israel Condemned for Designating Palestinian Human Rights Groups 'Terrorist Organizations' by Kenny Stancil, Common Dreams, 22 October 2021

Stealing a nation – the secret SAS mission to capture the Middle East's oil artery by Phil Miller, Declassified UK, 22 October 2021

Yemen: 10,000 children killed or maimed during war, UN says by MEE and agencies, Middle East Eye, 19 October 2021

South Africans in Israel: A home from home for white colonialists by Joseph Massad, Middle East Eye, 19 October 2021

Amazon and Google: partners in Israeli apartheid by Jonathan Cook, The Electronic Intifada, 9 October 2021

Colin Powell: US general leaves behind a bloody legacy in the Middle East, Middle East Eye, 18 October 2021

Lies Are Being Told About Sally Rooney Because She Refuses to Ignore Israeli Apartheid by Robert Mackey, The Intercept, 16 October 2021

New film exposes English village key to bombing Yemen by Matt Kennard and Phil Miller, Declassified UK, 15 October 2021 (text and video)

Did the United Nations Just Abandon Yemen? by Kathy Kelly, Common Dreams, 14 October 2021

Sweden moves to criminalize support for Palestine by Ali Abunimah, The Electronic Intifada, 13 October 2021

Arms trade: UK exporting tear gas to Middle East authoritarians, Middle East Eye, 13 October 2021

Amazon and Google employees demand firms cut Israeli military contracts, Middle East Eye, 12 October 2021

Gaza's undrinkable water ‘slowly poisoning' Palestinians by Maram Humaid, Al Jazeera, 12 October 2021

Lebanon's electricity crisis plunges Beirut, country into darkness by Adam Chamseddine, Rita Kabalan, Middle East Eye, 9 October 2021

Report: Spike in Israeli Settler Violence Against Palestinians by Peoples Dispatch/Consortium News, 8 October 2021

Iron Dome funding: Don't be deceived - US aid to Israel is not about saving lives by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 6 October 2021

Palestine & Rabbinical Hypocrisy by Lawrence Davidson, Consortium News, 6 October 2021

'He wakes up crying': Palestinian families traumatised after Israeli settlers attack village by Shatha Hammad, Middle East Eye, 5 October 2021

WATCH: Jewish Settlers Steal Olive Crops from Palestinian Lands, The Palestine Chronicle, 4 October 2021

Israel-Palestine: Settler attacks on Palestinians more than double in two years, says report by MEE staff, Middle East Eye, 4 October 2021

Apartheid responses show that appeasing the pro-Israel lobby is a waste of time by Asa Winstanley, ZNet, 2 October 2021

Professor David Miller fired after Israel lobby smear campaign by Asa Winstanley, The Electronic Intifada, 1 October 2021

Roger Silverman on the weaponisation of antisemitism, Jewish Voice for Labour, 1 October 2021

'Like nothing happened': Protesters slam NSO Group's presence at UK-backed fair by Dania Akkad, Middle East Eye, 28 September 2021

Labour conference votes to back sanctions against Israel over 'crime of apartheid' by Joe Gill, Middle East Eye, 27 September 2021

Humanitarian Crisis Ravages Yemen: Yet Biden Administration Continues To Service Saudi War Machine by Doug Bandow, Antiwar.com, 27 September 2021

Palestinian Parties, Organizations Greet Abbas' Pledge to Take Israel to ICC as 'Historic' by Juan Cole, Common Dreams, 26 September 2021

Britain is ensuring the death of a Palestinian state by Ilan Pappé, Declassified UK, 23 September 2021

Middle East cooperation appears to be breaking out — the untold story by Trita Parsi, Responsible Statecraft, 20 September 2021

Israel captures last two escaped Palestinians by Tamara Nassar, The Electronic Intifada, 20 September 3032

Was Sabra and Shatila a genocide? by Donald Wagner, The Electronic Intifada, 16 September 2021

Israeli student seeks asylum in UK to avoid committing 'crime of apartheid' by Dania Akkad, Middle East Eye, 16 September 2021

Restricting US Military Aid to Israel by Nadya Tannous, Consortium News, 15 September 2021

MBZ is performing a U-turn that could reshape the Middle East by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 15 September 2021

Whatever Happened to the Ba'ath Party? by As`ad AbuKhalil, Consortium News, 14 September 2021

Israel prison break: An indictment of the occupation by Ameer Makhoul, Middle East Eye, 13 September 2021

Twenty Years Ago, the Saudis Got Away With the Crime of the Century by Branko Marcetic, Jacobin, 12 September 2021

Twenty Years Ago, the Mainstream Press Created the War on Terror by Branko Marcetic, Jacobin, 11 September 2021

Did 9/11 Change Everything? by John Feffer, ZNet, 11 September 2021

To Counter Terror, Abolish War by Kathy Kelly, ZNet, 11 September 2021

9/11 and the Saudi Connection by Eric Lichtblau, James Risen, The Intercept, 11 September 2021

Day of the Planes: A 9/11 excerpt from ‘The Management of Savagery' by Max Blumenthal, The Grayzone, 11 September 2021

Palestinian prison break: Israel has every reason to fear this bold move by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 10 September 2021

Two of the six Palestinians who escaped from Israel's Gilboa prison captured, Middle East Eye, 10 September 2021

9/11 twenty years on by Yassamine Mather, Weekly Worker, 9 September 2021

How 9/11 and the ‘war on terror' tore the Arab world apart by Rami G. Khouri, Responsible Statecraft, 9 September 2021

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Israel-Palestine: 'No war, no peace' apartheid is Bennett's best case scenario by Meron Rapoport, Middle East Eye, 7 September 2021

Palestinian prison break leaves Israelis red-faced, confused and amused by Shatha Hammad, Lubna Masarwa, Middle East Eye, 6 September 2021

More Labor Unions Are Answering the Call for Solidarity With Palestine by Suzanne Adely & Michael Letwin, Truthout, 28 August 2021

The Collapse of Tunisia's Party System and the Rise of Kais Saied by Nate Grubman, MERIP, 17 August 2021

Lebanon faces living without food, water, electricity, medicine and gasoline by Steven Sahiounie, The Duran, 15 August 2021

Feminist protests in Palestine by Fidaa Al Zaanin, MR Online, 11 August 2021

Tunisia coup: Why its days could be numbered by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 5 August 2021

Beirut port explosion: A year on, the trauma remains fresh by Wissam Saade, Middle East Eye, 3 August 2021

Israel's New Observer Status at African Union by Yotam Gidron, Consortium News, 3 August 2021

Counter-Revolution Strikes Tunisia by As`ad AbuKhalil, Consortium News, 2 August 2021

The Media Yawns at the Israeli Army's Death Squads by Gideon Levy, Haaretz, 31 July 2021'

Gaza: Two months after war, Palestinian enclave remains paralysed by Adam Khalil, Middle East Eye, 31 July 2021

Another Israeli Spy Story: When Will It End? by Philip Giraldi, Information Clearing House, 31 July 2021

2021, the year of Israeli apartheid by Ahmed Abbes and Jonathan Rosenhead, Mondoweiss, 27 July 2021

WATCH: CN Live! — ‘Palestine: 20 Years Later' with John Pilger & Ilan Pappé, Consortium News, 26 July 2021

Some Cherry Garcia, Please by Patrick Lawrence, Consortium News, 26 July 2021

Tunisia: There is nothing constitutional about Kais Saied's coup by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 26 July 2021

Why I left the cult by Avigail Abarbanel, Jewish Voice for Labour, 25 July 2021

COVID-19 & Israel's Strangulation of Palestinian Workers by Ihab Maharmeh, Consortium News, 23 July 2021

The inhumanity of the Israeli regime by Gideon Levy, Amira Hass, Jewish Voice for Labour, 18 July 2021

Some Good News–Support for Palestinians is Growing by Stanley Heller, New Politics, 18 July 2021

Israel: Racist, Violent Policing Is at the Heart of Apartheid by Jonathan Cook, Antiwar.com, 16 July 2021

Bomber Joe Biden Strikes Iraq and Syria: Retaliation Breeds More Incidents by Philip Giraldi, Information Clearing House, 15 July 2021

The EU's shameless complicity in Israel's crimes by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 14 July 2021

The Problem With Talking About Israeli Apartheid by Amira Hass, ZNet, 14 July 2021

America's Afghan War Is Over, so What About Iraq—and Iran? by Medea Benjamin, Nicolas J.S. Davies, Common Dreams, 12 July 2021

Settlements are War Crimes: Time to Hold South Africa's World Zionist Organization Accountable by Iqbal Jassat, The Palestine Chronicle, 12 July 2021

How Western Media Came to Mirror That of Gulf Despots by As`ad AbuKhalil, Consortium News, 12 July 2021

New Triangular Axis in Greater Middle East: Turkey, Israel, and Azerbaijan by Rick Rozoff, Antiwar.com, 9 July 2021

Palestinian liberation and the MENA revolutions by Joseph Daher, Tempest, 5 July 2021

Yemen war: Britain cannot be both arms dealer and peacemaker by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 5 July 2021

Palestinian Families Face Another Summer of Needless Suffering in Gaza by Muhammad Jihad Ismael, Common Dreams, 5 July 2021

How the US Controls Lebanon by As`ad AbuKhalil, Consortium News, 2 July 2021

Israel: Racist, violent policing is at the heart of apartheid by Jonathan Cook, Information Clearing House, 1 July 2021

Defying Fragmentation: A New Palestinian Uprising by Yara Hawari, Consortium News, 1 July 2021

Nizar Banat killing: Why the PA's days are numbered by Joseph Massad, Middle East Eye, 28 June 2021

Israel's night raids on Palestinian families aren't over, whatever the courts say by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 23 June 2021

Gaza's Summer: Destruction, Pandemic & Climate Change by Asmaa Abu Mezied, Consortium News, 16 June 2021

The Israeli Government Is Changing, but Some Things Remain the Same by Philip Giraldi, Information Clearing House, 13 June 2021

 

Articles about Middle East can be found at these links:

Ramzy Baroud, Phyllis Bennis, Noam Chomsky, Patrick Cockburn, Mark Curtis, Robert Fisk, Moshé Machover, Media Lens (David Cromwell, David Edwards), Hannu Reime, Edward Said, Ahdaf Soueif