|The hands of Israel
Recent confirmations of an Israeli presence in Iraq should inspire action to safeguard Iraq's unity and cohesion, writes Ibrahim Nafie
'Democratic' racism (1)
The State of Israel is both "democratic and Jewish", a first-ever Israeli constitution is set to declare. In a two-part article Jonathan Cook lays open a contradiction in terms
The Arabs, writes Clovis Maksoud , must wonder: could they have removed a ruthless dictator like Saddam Hussein by themselves?
Another generous offer?
Mustafa Barghouthi questions the underlying intentions of Sharon's unilateral withdrawal plan in Gaza
The trial of the century
Can substantiating the charges against Saddam Hussein require more time than the deposed Iraqi leader is likely to live, asks Mohamed Sid-Ahmed
America once went by another name, as did its inhabitants. If we're not careful, says Samir Farid , we too may lose our name
The big gamble
Iraq is at the heart of a complex and volatile game of international relations. Those involved would do well to watch their backs, Ayman El-Amir writes
Power of the media
By Salama A Salama
It changes nothing
By Salah Eissa