Israel’s new homeland law is reeking of racism, many liken it to ‘apartheid’

The law also enshrines Jerusalem as the capital and Hebrew as its state language, leaving Arabic with a mere special status.

Israel’s divide and conquer policy will never achieve peace

Oman's Sultan Qaboos meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Muscat during the latter's unannounced visit to the Gulf country. (Omani Royal Palace / AFP)

For the Gulf States and the Saudis, a common threat means that  Israel is becoming part of the solution instead of playing its old role as the core of the problem.

Jordan- Rail tracks for regional peace?

(MENAFN - Jordan Times) Despite the deep sense of pessimism in the region about a peace deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians, the Israelis a

Israel seeks to woo Gulf Arab states in face of Iran threat | Manuel Langendorf | AW Israel seeks to woo Gulf Arab states in face of Iran threat | Manuel Langendorf | AW

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s trip to Oman at the end of October was a historic occasion, marking the first time an Israeli prime minister visited the Gulf state since 1996.