Guantánamo at 10: The rise and rise of US exceptionalism and...

Arzu Merali looks at the significance of the notorious prison camp

The departure of a great fighter: Mirsad Mahmutcehajic

A nation is indebted to his heroism

Aliens in Their Own Country

Polarisation in social opinions about Muslims are driving isolation, argues IHRC's Massoud Shadjareh.

The Truth about the French Police

Collectif contre l'islamophobie en France provide more context on Trappes

Berkeley course furore highlights extent of Zionist bully tactics

Last week the University of California Berkeley backtracked on a heavily criticised decision to ban a course on Palestine. The embarrassing reversal highlighted the increasing pressure academic institutions are being put under by highly organised Zionist groups, says Faisal Bodi.

Nightmares – How Gaza offends us all

Jennifer Loewenstein brilliantly illustrates the horrors of living under fire and portrays the Palestinians of Gaza as a people abandoned by the world to the murderous Israeli occupation, but whose will to resist strengthens with each atrocity committed against them.

Tahrir Square: Back to Square One

Robert Saleem Holbrook gives an account of the Egypt beyond the Tahrir square uprising.

Genocide Against Muslims in Cambodia

Gregory Stanton remembers the Cambodian Genocide and the atrocities commited by the Khmer Rouge.

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