A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.
Two explosive devices went off as the bus was on the Hafez al-Assad bridge, it said, adding a third device was defused by an army engineering unit.
After reaching a historic peace agreement with Israel just last year, the UAE will now have an opportunity to bring its space exploration program into the future.
IRGC commander Hossein Salami bragged that the US is losing on all fronts. “We see the symbols of victory and the signs of retreat and defeat of the enemy,” he said.
Hezbollah has now warned Christian Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea that he faces 100,000 Hezbollah fighters.
Nasrallah’s exaggeration was meant to pre-empt talk of a “civil war” after Hezbollah members claimed they were shot at during a recent protest.
The invitation came via UAE Ambassador to Israel Mohamed Al Khaja, who met with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
Defense Minister Benny Gantz had promised to legalize the status of the 4,000 Palestinians when he met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in March.
Once a new parliament is elected, the Mikati cabinet will only act in a caretaker role until a new prime minister is given a vote of confidence and tasked with forming a new government.
The Biden Administration is more outspoken than its predecessor on human rights, but tradeoffs with the promotion of national interests are inevitable.
Such attacks are generally ignored by the international community - where are the international court tribunals?
Nasrallah attacked the Lebanese Forces, saying that the movement was trying to make people in the southern suburbs of Beirut feel scared of Hezbollah as an "imaginary enemy."
At a joint Israeli-Emirati conference in Abu Dhabi, officials from both countries delved deep into the details of how cooperation has already moved forward.
Egyptian President el-Sisi: "The current reality confirms President Sadat’s vision."
In the wake of the end of the Gulf crises in 2020, there is a lot of room for the Kurdish region to grow its contacts in Doha and Abu Dhabi.
Turkey has said it wants to buy US F-16s, hoping that dangling cash in front the US will distract from warmongering in Ankara.
Kurdish parties won considerable gains with a large number of seats in Iraq's parliament, but low turnout has meant that it appears many are cynical or apathetic about what might come next.
Former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad intended to appear at the Expo 2020 event in the UAE.
Speaking in Abu Dhabi at the “Beyond Business” conference attended by hundreds of business leaders from the two countries, the former spy chief said that relations "are just warming up."
Finger pointing over the shooting in Beirut last week continued as Lebanon marked two years since anti-government protests began.