Iran

Adel Haddad
The BBC is often accused of abandoning objectivity when it comes to the Syrian file, often satisfied with loyalists from Damascus commenting on an event, and only receiving Turkish guests if it wants to include an opposing position, as if the only opposition is Ankara while otherwise the regime is independent and sovereign.
Mariam Seifeddine
Ever since Hezbollah’s establishment in the early 1980s, the camera has always accompanied the gun. To Lebanon’s “Party of God,” visuals are as important as arms. In fact, its arms would not have had the power they have, were it not for the power of the image.
Wael Al-Sawah
“Who among us dreams, as I do, of a modern, democratic and prosperous Syria? Who among us is able to turn that dream into reality?”
Asaad Zalzali
There has been much talk about ISIS’s expropriation of the lands and properties of religious minorities in Mosul and in some Iraqi provinces; however, the violations that started in 2003 are ongoing today and are not perpetrated by just one entity, as this investigation reveals.
Maha Gazal
On December 7, Israeli jets for the first time ever bombed Latakia. Syrian air defenses remained idle. As Latakia is only 20 kilometers away from the main Russian military base in the country, it begs the question: did Moscow know and allow the air raid to happen?
Vicken Cheterian
The war evidently did not end this conflict. It only succeeded in adding Middle Eastern problems to the already complicated Caucasus!
Daraj
“When I woke up I found myself in a small, windowless room. I didn’t know if it was morning or evening. The hours passed by slowly interrupted by sessions of repeated questioning, insults, and torture. The men were in their late thirties, all dressed in yellow shirts and green pants.”
NIRIJ
How did armed groups operating under the cover of the Popular Mobilization Forces manage to impose fear through a series of assassinations? Here is a detailed investigation into 2020 assassination of journalist Ahmed Abdel Samad.
Rabih Fakhry – Thaer Gandour – Bashar Al Halabi
With its call for “internationalization,” the Maronite patriarchate has played a card as old as Lebanon itself, to save both itself and the country, while placing Hezbollah in a position of direct rivalry with the largest Christian sect in the region.
Alia Ibrahim
“The dark times for those fighting for human rights, freedom of speech and democratic reform are about to get darker, but today a little justice was done to Jamal …”
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