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Mohamed Chebarro
Mohamed Chebarro

Mohamed Chebarro is currently an Al Arabiya TV News program Editor. He is also an award winning journalist, roving war reporter and commentator. He covered most regional conflicts in the 90s for MBC news and later headed Al Arabiya’s bureau in Beirut and London. He tweets @mochebaro

2016 a bad year for Muslims in Western countries?

If you are Muslim living and working in Europe, the United States, Canada or Australia, 2015 was a bad year, but it seems 2016 will be worse. Last year saw a surge of terror attacks targeting the...

Putin’s words against Turkey take leadership to new low

Putin’s speech was testament to the diminishing style of leadership this world is enduring...

Boris Johnson’s remarks are more dangerous than Trump’s

In an age of terror by a criminal few – today ISIS, yesterday al-Qaeda – it is common for a minority to react violently against innocent Muslims, or to desecrate monuments in various parts...

Chicken-and-egg question over Syria: Assad or ISIS first?

The news of the past few days was full of debate over whether the UK should extend its air strikes into Syria in its pursuit of ISIS. After the Paris attacks, Germany and the UK were somehow pushed...

Paris attacks: moving beyond the clash of civilizations

Who is calling for a clash of civilization in our world today? Is it the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria? No doubt about it. Or the Muslim Brotherhood? Some people certainly think so. Or is it...

Paris attacks, a strike on France’s values!

France is again in the eye of the storm. It’s been a long year since the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in the center of Paris. A long year in which France was diplomatically and...

At 70, the United Nations is a necessary talking shop

Seven decades is a long time, and 192 states is a big mosaic representing race, religions and regions. Peace is not a common practise. The struggle for freedom and dignity is a human trait, but modern...

What if Russian body bags start turning up in Moscow?

Russia’s intervention in Syria has undoubtedly changed the stalemate preferred by all parties in the crisis...