Once and for all, the bluff needs to be called on Israel's devious, relentless and scornful manoeuvring, writes Ayman El-Amir
Whither Arab critics?
Those who poured scorn on Obama's outreach to Muslims, writes Abdel-Moneim Said , are long on old rhetoric and short on new solutions to address protracted regional conflicts
Iran's democratic upsurge
Regardless of their integrity, Iran's elections -- and even their aftermath -- are the fundamental democratic and collective expression US hawks and Zionists fear most, writes Hamid Dabashi
Can he do it?
James Zogby responds to the question on everyone's lips
Obama's Iran puzzle
Ahmadinejad's apparent re-election in Iran puts the US administration of Obama on a collision course with Israel, writes Ramzy Baroud
Voices behind Obama
One hundred years of women's struggle surrounded the US president, and echoed in his words, in his address from Cairo University, writes Margot Badran
Confronting the enemy within
It's time for Muslim societies everywhere to take on the spectre of extremism, just like Pakistan's tribesmen are doing, writes Aijaz Zaka Syed
Survival at stake
By Mohsen Zahran