Thursday,23 May, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1150, 29 May - 5 June 2013
Thursday,23 May, 2019
Issue 1150, 29 May - 5 June 2013

Ahram Weekly


As Libya’s political isolation law comes into effect, spurring a wide-scale reshuffle of the political scene amid failing security, stability remains illusive, writes Kamel Abdallah

A recent vote in the Jordanian parliament to expel the Israeli ambassador from the country seems to have been just so much play-acting, writes Ali Younes in Amman

John Kerry’s latest gambit is to offer hard cash in lieu of Palestinian rights, writes Saleh Al-Naami

Israel murdered, broke laws, and lied, but it hasn’t stopped the Free Gaza movement or convinced anyone that imprisoning 1.5 million Gazans is moral, writes Greta Berlin

An exhibition by the internationally famous Gazan artist Mohammed Al-Hawaajri is drawing attention to the suffering of the Palestinian people, writes Vacy Vlazna in Gaza

As the international community plans another conference on Syria, the country’s opposition is having difficulty putting together a credible delegation, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus

Displaced for a second time, Palestinian refugees from Syria are crowding into Lebanon’s already over-populated camps. The world needs to address their needs urgently, writes James Zogby

What is Hizbullah doing in Syria? Omayma Abdel-Latif seeks answers

Turkish policy on the conflict in neighbouring Syria was plunged into further disarray this week by twin bombings in the village of Reyhanlõ, writes Sayed Abdel-Maguid

Gamal Nkrumah notes that at last Nigerian government forces appear to have the upper hand in their fight with militant Islamists — but is this the answer to Africa’s

Media stories about US-led NATO attacks in Afghanistan cannot do justice to the way these events are lived on the ground, writes Kathy Kelly in Kabul

Gamal Nkrumah recommends that Africa must make up for time-wasting

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