Bedouin
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Palestine Is On The Verge Of A New Uprising Over Negev Ethnic Cleansing

Last week’s demonstrations against Israel, close to the Bedouin village of al-Atrash, may have just triggered the early stages of another Intifada in all of Palestine-Israel that could make last May’s war look insignificant. Early last week, sit in tents set up in the village of al-Atrash-Sawa were destroyed by Israeli forces who sought to Read More…

Kazakhstan
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Kazakhstan Riots: The Regional Dimensions & Implications

Kazakhstan’s riots, beginning just after new year’s Day have been called a failed color revolution and may have posed a threat to a number of regional powers, but how true are the claims that this was an anti-Russia Western conspiracy? The Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) quickly mobilized in the wake of violent protests in Read More…

Syria
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Escalation In Armed Confrontations With US In Syria & Iraq

The US Biden administration’s failure to revive the Iran Nuclear Deal and de-escalate tensions in both Syria and Iraq, has led to a new round of violence which rests solely on a stagnant Middle East policy maintained by hardliners in Washington. Last year saw 7 rounds of indirect negotiations between Iran and the United States Read More…

Israel
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Hisham Abu Hawash Proved Gaza’s Armed Resistances Ability To Influence Israeli Policy

The case of Hisham Abu Hawash, a Palestinian on hunger strike, has sent a strong message to Israel’s establishment and proves to be a significant victory for Gaza’s armed resistance. Hisham Abu Hawash, a Palestinian held in administrative detention — held without a charge — finished his 141 day hunger strike, on the verge of Read More…

Israel
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Israel Weighs A New Attack On Gaza, Allowing Hisham Abu Hawash To Die On Hunger Strike

This Saturday, perhaps the largest escalation between the Palestinian armed factions and Israeli military occurred, when 2 rockets — allegedly fired by Hamas — struck the sea near Israel’s Tel Aviv. With Israel provoking Gaza frequently since the unconditional ceasefire in May last year, the Israelis now threaten war and the murder of a Palestinian Read More…

Yemen
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377,000 Yemenis Dead As Biden Goes Back On Promise To End The War

According to the United Nations, around 377,000 Yemenis have died, since 2015, as a result of the ongoing war which has ripped through the country’s population. Such staggering statistics are partly why constant calls are made for the US President to help end the war. despite promising to do so, Joe Biden has only made Read More…