UN’s High Commissioner Allegedly Removed Israel’s Violations Against Palestinians’ Human Rights

The UN’s High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Turk is under fire for allegedly removing examples of rights abuses by Israel of the Palestinian people. 


EXCLUSIVE: decisive days for Tunisia, Islamists ignite the media against President Kais Saied

“Kais Saied is slowly trying to break through the wall of corruption, silence, and malfeasance built over the last ten years,” women’s rights activist tells The Arab Post.


Israel launches airstrikes on Iranian-backed militants near Abukamal

According to Syria’s new agency, Israel has carried out large-scale airstrikes in the Abukamal areas on the Syrian-Iraqi border. The Israeli airstrikes targeted several areas


Israeli warplanes strike Iranian bases in Syria –Masyaf City

Israeli aircraft have struck strategic city of Masyaf in Hama province where Syrian government forces and Iran backed militant groups have bases. The Israeli Jets


The European Court of Human Rights has ordered turkey the unconditional release of Demirtas

The European Court of Human Rights has ordered Turkey to release Kurdish opposition politician Selahattin Demirtaş, who has been detained by the Turkish government for


Rights activists condemn Turkey’s new bill, which proposes Big Brother-type surveillance

Human rights activists strongly condemned the new bill introduced by the Turkish government, which the rights defenders said would lead to Big Brother-type surveillance, threatening


No one can insult Erdogan, not in Turkey

Of late Turkey has made frequent headlines with respect to its stamping down on freedom to speech and expression. Many journalists, activities and political leaders


Erdogan adopts overtly anti-Kurdish stand, despite denying the same

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s overtly repressive policies towards the country’s Kurdish community could cost him peace and stability not only within Turkey but also

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Australian women who faced ‘sexual assault’ at Qatar airport still waiting for an apology

Women travellers from Australia, who were forcefully pushed into intimate medical-checkup, are still awaiting individual apologies from Qatar airways and Qatari government for their gross


Qatar Airways scandal: World still awaits answer for disrespecting women

Early last month, Doha airport authorities conducted an impudent strip-search of women travellers and forced them for medical check-up. Qatar Airways authorities were quick to