Meet The Trump Administration’s Man In Palestine
Ashraf al-Jabari is a little-known businessperson projecting a lot of power. He’s also the only Palestinian, so far, set to attend a Jared Kushner–organized conference in Bahrain.
Palestinians Are Trying To Turn Trump’s Love Of Israel Into Real Influence In Washington
The lack of money, leadership, and cohesive messaging are making it much harder to increase support in the US, even as Trump’s polarizing policies are creating new alliances for Palestinians.
This Camp In Jerusalem Is A Showcase For Palestinians’ Future
The situation in the Shuafat refugee camp — abandoned by Palestinian leaders, ignored by the Israelis, and hurting from US cuts to UN programs — could soon be the norm.
Trump’s Palestinian Plan Is Already Backfiring
The US is cutting aid to the widely disliked Palestinian Authority. But that could only make it harder to dislodge.
Funerals Are Being Held For Palestinians Killed By Israeli Troops On The Bloodiest Day In Gaza In Years
At least 60 people were killed during protests on Monday as the US opened a new embassy in Jerusalem.
Israeli Soldiers Have Shot Dead Dozens Of Palestinians Protesting As The US Opens Its Embassy In Jerusalem
The shootings took place about 100 kilometers from a ceremony filled with pomp and circumstance, remarks by President Donald Trump's daughter and son-in-law, and a video address from Trump himself.
If You Want To Understand Trump’s Stance On Israel, Just Ask Evangelicals
Trump’s decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel was scorned by governments and religious leaders around the world but one group couldn’t be happier: evangelical Christians.
“We Will Stay Here 'Til We Die. We Can’t Leave Jerusalem.”
For the 330,000 Palestinians who call Jerusalem their home, the decision to move the US Embassy to their city doesn’t change the worn-down reality of their lives.
The Rise And Rise And Rise Of Israel’s Right-Wing Media
"Nobody believes in objectivity anymore."
There's No Such Thing As Bad News For Trump's Israeli Fans. Literally.
"We’ve heard only good things about [Trump]. That’s why we love him.”
Meet The Instagrammers Challenging How You See Congo
These women are showing the Congolese people beyond the headlines.
Uber Says It’s Fighting Sexual Harassment In Egypt But The Causes Aren’t Going Away
In a country where nearly every woman has been subjected to harassment, can an app used by mostly the elite make a dent? Miriam Berger reports from Cairo.
This Is Where Americans Go To Study Iran
The U.S. government funds students who want to learn Farsi, but instead of sending them to Iran, they’re sent 1,000 miles east to tiny Tajikistan.
Here’s What Life Is Like For Afghan Refugees Who Don’t Make It To Europe
Tajikistan is a home for Afghan refugees living on the brink.
What A "Kosher" Taxi App In Jerusalem Really Looks Like
The app allows customers to order a driver who does not drive on the Jewish Sabbath, from Friday evening to Saturday night, in keeping with strict Jewish law.
How Oxford Is Trying To Sweep The Homeless From Its Streets
The city's crackdown is pushing the least fortunate in society further to the margins.
16 Women Entrepreneurs Who Are Changing The Way Business Is Done In The Arab World
Arab Women Rising, published in 2014 by the Wharton Business School, profiles female entrepreneurs from around the Middle East and North Africa.
Meet Ashraf Ghani, Afghanistan's New President
Ghani's inauguration marked Afghanistan's first democratic transfer of power — and the end to Hamid Karzai's 13-year rule.
A 15-Step Guide To Understanding Why Hong Kong Has Erupted In Protest
Students and pro-democracy activists have taken to the streets to denounce Chinese interference and demand democratic elections.
Freed Al Jazeera Journalist Is Not Staying Silent About Abuses In Egypt
Abdullah al-Shamy spent 10 months in jail with no charge — and 147 days on a hunger strike that nearly killed him.