We are conditioned to feel content with a tepid reaction from our political leaders to atrocities in Turkey and the Middle East
There used to be a genuine if imperfect mosaic of tolerance in the Islamic world, according to Islamic scholar Tarif Khalidi
Officials said at least 40 vehicles were destroyed in the airstrikes
One Saudi businessman noted that the kingdom’s imports would be cheaper; so would purchases in London’s property market, the super-wealthy Arab bolt-hole for immensely rich Gulfies
Avigdor Lieberman’s political promises of beheading, a fourth Gaza war and a third Lebanon war – there have in fact been five Israeli-Lebanese wars, but no matter – bode a very unhappy future for both Israel and its Arab neighbours
It may not be a written text, more a collection of stories handed down by apostles, generation after generation, only later formed into a codex
How a legendary bond trader from Salomon Brothers brokered a do-or-die deal that reshaped US-Saudi relations for generations.
The condition is prompting serious concerns from health officials
Using ground forces keeps civilian casualties to a minimum – but there is a feeling that any means are justifiable to defeat a movement of such monstrous cruelty and savagery as Isis
The food writer shares some of her favourite dishes that will bring warmth to your kitchen
EU leaders are deluding themselves by including part of the Middle East battle zone within their outer defences
This month marks the centennial of a secret pact.
If Operation Sophia was designed to ‘tackle the root causes’ of the refugee crisis, we need to talk about justice, dignity and freedom for the people of the Middle East
The government has handed the land to Amana, a Zionist organisation that its own fraud squad has just found guilty of forgery and deception
Statistics agency Eurostat says the number has quadrupled since 2014
The researchers believe the rising temperatures will create climate refugees