The agreement is not a step toward normalization, says As`ad AbuKhalil. Lebanon is split.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Putin & the Arabs
The Arab public’s antipathy toward the U.S. determines their stance toward the Russian-Ukrainian war, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Tunisia’s New Constitution Cements Autocracy
As`ad AbuKhalil says a true Arab democracy would restrain U.S. influence and criminalize normalization with Israel.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Lebanon’s Hung Parliament
Did Hizbullah really receive a devastating blow in the elections? As`ad AbuKhalil says the answer is not as simple as Western coverage makes it seem.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The US & Middle East Elections
The most reliable pollster in Lebanon reports interesting trends ahead of next month’s parliamentary elections, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Life & Mind of Edward Said
As`ad AbuKhalil says a new biography seems to introduce the reader to someone the Middle East scholar clearly was not.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Franco-American Designs on Lebanon
Despite appearances to the contrary, Macron is implementing a phased version of the U.S. plan with the consent of the U.S., which has failed so far to exclude and boycott Hizbullah, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Silence Over Lebanon’s Suffering
For the first time since the early 20th century, the Lebanese people are talking about famine, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: U.S. Role in Lebanon’s Crisis Goes Unrecognized
The bulk of Lebanon’s corrupt ruling class are clients of the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, not Iran. But this fact is too inconvenient for Western media to point out, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Hizbullah’s Response to Lebanese Protests Influenced by its Support for Neo-Liberal Economics
Hizbullah at first backed and then withdrew support for street protests in Lebanon in part because of its support for neo-liberal economic policies and its loyalty to the ‘Awn government, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.