Articles by Khaled Diab

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Israel’s War on Peaceful Activism
Khaled Diab – Al Jazeera, 10 Oct 2016

Despite increasing dangers Palestinian and Israeli activists continue their efforts to oppose the occupation peacefully. The Knesset recently passed the controversial ‘NGO law’ to single out left-wing and rights groups as treacherous agents of insidious foreign powers.

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The West’s Hidden Tribalism
Khaled Diab – Al Jazeera, 14 Sep 2015

Tribalism and sectarianism afflict Western societies too. So why do they seem to be tearing the Middle East apart? There isn’t a country in Europe whose borders are not artificial, whose past frontiers do not overlap with those of its neighbours and whose population is not a messy mix of peoples.

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Egypt’s Freedom of Repression
Khaled Diab – Al Jazeera, 29 Dec 2014

The freedom of expression promised by the Egyptian revolution has given way to repression and muzzling of the media.

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Khaled Diab, 18 Apr 2009

Although the Israeli-Palestinian media battlefield is bitter and deeply entrenched, journalists have a responsibility to venture into the no-man’s-land between the two sides, even if it means getting caught in the crossfire. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most protracted and bitter in the world. The acrimony and polarisation associated with the conflict has […]

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