Country: Middle East

Scene from ''Sharqiya'' (photo: Amit Berlowitz / DETAiLFILM)

The Israeli Film ''Sharqiya''

Grappling with the Plight of Israel's Bedouins

Palestinian flag (photo: DW)

Middle East Peace Process

Palestinian Unity Required to Move Forward

Rabbi Arik Asherman (photo: The Berkley Center)

Rabbi Arik Asherman of Rabbis for Human Rights

A Different Way of Understanding Judaism

In Ramallah, Palestinians celebrate the unity deal between Hamas and Fatah on 6 February 2012 (photo: dpa)

Islamism and Politics in the Middle East

Is Hamas Reinventing Itself?

Street in Baghdad (photo: Karlos Zurutuza/DW)

Interview with Kifah Al-Jawahiri

''Iraq's Political Crisis Is Massive''

Demonstrators on Tahrir Square in Cairo (photo: AP)

The Arab Spring's Balance Sheet

The Grapes of Arab Wrath

The faculty of Natural Sciences of the University of Tripoli (photo: private copyright)

The University of Tripoli

The Desolate Wasteland of Gaddafi's Education System

Mustafa Barghouti, presidential candidate, holds up his ballot paper as he votes in the Palestinian presidential election in 2005 (photo: picture alliance/dpa)

Interview with Mustafa Barghouti

Palestinians and the Path of Peaceful Resistance

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad making a speech in Natanz (photo: AP)

Israeli–Iranian Relations

Demagogues Sounding the Alarm

View of the island of Bakoora/Naharayim (photo: Claudia Mende)

The Jordan River Peace Park Project

Peace through Environmental Protection

A demonstrator in Yemen (photo: AP)

Review of Michael Lüders' book on the Arab Spring

How the Arab Revolution Is Changing the World

Ilan Halevi (photo: Igal Avidan)

Interview with the Jewish Palestinian Politician Ilan Halevi

With One Foot in the UN

The Emperor's Mosque in Sarajevo (photo: Wikipedia)

''Euro-Islam''

Too Diverse to Domesticate

People visiting the Bushehr nuclear power plant (photo: dpa)

Iran's Controversial Nuclear Programme

Tehran's Visions versus Nuclear Realities

Mecca's main mosque after sunset (photo: AP)

Interview with the Saudi Arabian Blogger Ahmed al Omran

''You Cannot Copy and Paste a Revolution''

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