Captain Benjamin Rutland of the Israel Defense Forces responds to an article by Matthew Holehouse on
The US secretary of state was feted as "brilliant" and "gifted", but her tenure is now acknowledged
The British sense of class runs deep. Unearthing it shows the fear and inequality at the heart of the economic system.
How each year scores of British teenagers go to the Middle East to learn about soldiering and defend
There are signs that Saudi society may finally have had enough of the country's draconian religious
<strong>Blackwater: the Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army </strong>
Those calling for a boycott of Israel were once distant voices. Now the discussion has gone global.
Matthew Holehouse on a feudal notion that is coming back into fashion
Amid the carnage, a little-reported, high-quality mental health service has been established
Concealed during the Alan Johnston kidnap crisis was the fate of a Palestinian cameraman shot by the Israeli military.
<strong>Out of Iraq</strong>
Lewis Alsamari <em>Bantam Press, 320pp, £17.99</em>
Mohammed Akram an-Nadwi<em> Turath Publishing, 104pp, £7.95</em>
<strong>Girls of Riyadh</strong>
Rajaa Alsanea <em>Penguin, 303pp, £12.99</em>
It is stating the obvious that Tony Blair is a man about whom very few people in the Arab world (exc
<strong>We Are Iran</strong>
Nasrin Alavi<em> Portobello Books, 379pp, £9.99</em>
Tirdad Zolghadr<em> Telegram Books, 208pp, £8.99</em>
<strong>Prisoner of Tehran</strong>
Marina Nemat<em> John Murray, 280pp, £14.99</em>
Shirin Ebadi with Azadeh Moaveni<em> Rider Books, 232pp, £7.99</em
Brian Jones argues that faith in intelligence will be hard to restore
Hidden away in the diaries of Blair's right-hand man is a revealing admission a key components of th
Terrorism does not exist in a vacuum. What must be addressed is the political ideology of Islamism t
Within Whitehall the terms of the debate on radical Islam have changed, but some on the left still d
Alastair Campbell's diaries show the Government decided it wanted a strongly worded dossier days bef
Mark Thomas on the continuing saga of the government, BAE Systems and Saudi Arabia
The July 2005 bombings were Blair's bombs. The 2007 potential bombs are Brown's too.