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A narcissistic US, an anxious Saudi Arabia and a hysterical Israel - Opinion - Al Jazeera English www.aljazeera.com
The Iran nuclear deal has brought out the 'borderline' personality disorder of Saudi Arabia and Israel.
Identity and Exile - Al Jazeera's Matthew Cassel examines why so many American Jews defend Israeli policies regardless of the issue or cost. www.aljazeera.com
Al Jazeera's Matthew Cassel examines why so many American Jews defend Israeli policies regardless of the issue or cost.
Thousands expected to take part in Day of Rage events against policy of resettling Bedouin of southern Negev desert.
US and Iran: Seven questions beyond the nuclear deal - Opinion - Al Jazeera English www.aljazeera.com
What are the ramifications of Iran's deal with the West on Middle East politics?
The interim agreement curbs Tehran's nuclear programme in exchange for limited sanctions relief.
In the court of public opinion, AIPAC and other pro-Israel lobbies are losing ground.
Has BP hired internet "trolls" to threaten critics of its handling of the 2010 oil disaster?
Creigh Deeds said to be in a "fair" condition after being stabbed in the head and torso.
Michael Barbera faces hearing over 2007 deaths of two civilians near village of As Sadah in Diyala province.
Time for justice: Prosecuting German collaborators of Pinochet regime - Opinion - Al Jazeera English www.aljazeera.com
Justice is long overdue for victims of atrocities committed in Chile's Colonia Dignidad.
Does the potential 'blowback' from using drones outweigh the benefits claimed by US leaders?
Both countries stopped paying the UN agency in protest over a 2011 UNESCO decision granting membership to Palestine.
Pouring money into NSA operations while making serious cuts in scientific research undermines US national security.
Independent study says doctors and nurses aided in torture of US prisoners in Afghanistan, Guantanamo and CIA prisons.
The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.
Unlike Malala Yousafzai, Nabila Rehman did not receive a welcoming greeting in Washington DC.
Fault Lines investigates whether children in the US are being exploited to put food on the nation's tables.
Wealth is the overriding factor for college admissions, making a farce of institutions that boast of diversity.
Kindgom's grand mufti says joining rebels "not obligatory" and tells preachers they should not encourage involvement.