A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world
Previous agreements between Fatah and Hamas failed to materialize due to the continued power struggle between the two sides.
Iran seeks to harness Russia and also China to confront “US lawlessness,”
Since July 23 there have been at least 32 attacks on US or foreign forces.
Iran has threatened Riyadh in recent years by arming the Houthi rebels in Yemen.
The Post first reported in 2019 that Iran's regime publicly hanged a man for violating the country's Islamic Sharia anti-gay law.
A potential third Israel-Arab state accord comes following the recent normalization agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.
"It seems that Saudi Arabia is maturing and is willing to recognize one of the arch opponents of the Saudi dynasty."
King Salman calls for world to stop appeasing Iran, reaffirms support for Arab Peace Plan between Israel and Palestinians.
"A comprehensive solution and a firm international position are required."
“This is a victory not only for Iran but for the international community that an aspirant of hegemony is humiliated in such self-created isolation,” Rouhani said.
The phone call, which took place during the coronavirus cabinet meeting, was about possible ways of cooperation between Israel and Bahrain.
With a greeting of Salam and Shalom, chairman of the Emirates Angels Investors Association Masaood Al Masaood greeted some of the top talents of the Start-Up Nation’s ecosystem
Erdogan accuses Israel’s “dirty hand” of violating Jerusalem, says Trump is a ‘collaborator’ with Israel.
Palestinian children are still being taught to glorify martyrdom and jihad against Israel.
Fatah, Hamas leaders meet in Turkey to discuss elections, unity
Security sources said the blast had caused a number of injuries.
Earlier this month, the Palestinians failed to persuade the Arab League to condemn member nations breaking ranks and normalizing ties with Israel.
Any deal must satisfy decades of agreement with Israel that states any US weapons sold to the region must not impair Israel's "qualitative military edge."
Turkey pursues what is called a “crisis-of-the-month” strategy by the AK Party to distract from economic failures at home.