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Lod’s old town, with the Church of St George and a mosque beside it. (Photo: George Nikolaus/Flickr)
IWPR Postcard
13 Jan 12
Lod is economically depressed, but that has not led to ethnic strife in this unusually mixed Israeli town.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei addressing the Intifada conference in Tehran. October 2, 2011. (Photo: Hamed Malekpour/Fars News Agency)
Comment
7 Oct 11
Even as they stage pro-Palestinian event, Iranian leaders seem to have lost sense of direction on what to do next.
A panoramic view of  the city of Jerusalem. (Photo: Berthold Werner/Wikicommons)
First Person
26 Sep 11
Egyptian living in Jerusalem offers an intriguing take on Israeli society and the Palestinians.
Editorial Comment
19 Sep 11
Many Egyptians are calling for a revision of the Camp David agreement - but Israel is in no mood for dialogue.
An activist daubs graffiti on the wall protecting the Israeli embassy in Cairo before it was torn down by protesters. (Photo: Maggie Osama/Flickr)
First Person
13 Sep 11
There are fears violence will distract from aims of revolution and be used by government as excuse for crackdown.
Social protesters in Israel express sympathy for Gaza victims of Israeli raid following attacks in southern Israel. An activist carries a placard with a photo of a Gazan boy killed  in the raid. (Photo: Yossi Gurvitz/Flickr)
8 Sep 11
Amid growing tensions with Egypt, leaders and peace activists at odds over implications of uprisings for country’s security.
Muammar Gaddafi has become the butt of humour as fear of him subsides in Libya. (Photo: Crethi Plethi/Flickr)
23 Aug 11
Tripoli residents celebrate with “Zenga Zenga” song from viral web clip.
The protest tent in the Druze village of Hurfeish. (Photo: Michal Levertov)
12 Aug 11
Growing wave of opposition to high living costs begins to draw support from Arab citizens.

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