Israel

Mostafa Al-Dahdouh
Refusing to organize elections, Hamas continues to appoint municipal council members. While the people of Gaza have not moved a finger to demand their rights, political factions only issued routine statements, which in turn were only routinely diffused by the media. Why?
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?
Maya Bu-Hasanen
Mahmoud Al-Aridah, who masterminded the “Freedom Tunnel” is a leader, intellectual and athlete. And he is stubborn. But he is also a person with a heart who dreams of freedom, marriage and living in peace. So, all officials must work hard to release him. Thirty years of captivity is enough.
Jomaa Al-Mesmari
Jordan is rapidly becoming an absolute monarchy with all power concentrated in the hands of the King. This is what the constitutional amendments aim to achieve. Yet, they will only increase the current state of tension and put the King against the people, who have lost all confidence in the political system. 
Hadeel Rawabia
A controversial deal under Emirati sponsorship suggests to build a solar power plant in southern Jordan to help generate electricity for Israel, while a desalination plant on the Israeli shore should help supply desalinated water to the ever drier Kingdom. 
Daraj
This investigation reveals once again that the Israeli company NSO continues to use Pegasus to spy on Palestinian activists and human rights defenders for the Israeli government.
Hala Nasreddine
Following the shocking revelations by the Pegasus Project, the US authorities have blacklisted NSO Group, while a US appeals court rejected its claim that it enjoys immunity as a “foreign agent.” This means tech giant WhatsApp can continue its case against the Israeli spyware firm  
Mustafa Ibrahim –
The reason for the Israeli decision to designate six Palestinian NGOs as “terror organizations “is arguably due to their determination to hold Israeli officials accountable at International Criminal Court in The Hague. This includes Minister of Defense Benny Gantz, accused of committing war crimes in Gaza. 
Mustafa Ibrahim –
Accompanied by her family, Rana arrived in the Gaza Strip in 1997. Born in Kuwait she entered  with a visitor’s permit submitted by her grandmother, which was approved by the Israeli authorities. Approval is required for anyone who wishes to enter Gaza.
Ahmad Obeid
It is a little known chapter of the Syrian war: the thousands of Syrians who were treated in Israeli hospitals. Some never returned. Omran is one of them. 
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