Farah Najjar

Farah Najjar

Farah Najjar is an online producer at Al Jazeera English. 

Battle for Jerusalem

'Beaten' Palestinian boy in viral photo to face charges

Fawzi al-Junaidi, 16, denies accusations of throwing stones and protesting, saying he was severely beaten by Israelis.

'Beaten' Palestinian boy in viral photo to face charges

Jerusalem

Why Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel

No country in the world recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Why Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel

Jerusalem

What a US embassy in Jerusalem means to Palestinians

Analysts warn Trump's US embassy move to Jerusalem will 'nullify plans for future peace negotiations'.

What a US embassy in Jerusalem means to Palestinians

Sinai Peninsula

Sisi criticised over 'brute force' strategy in Sinai

Egyptian president's approach will lead to higher levels of oppression and more deaths, analysts say.

Sisi criticised over 'brute force' strategy in Sinai

Houthis

What is next for Yemen's Houthis?

Despite the Houthis' territorial advantage in Sanaa, they lack the ability to govern, analysts say.

What is next for Yemen's Houthis?

GCC

Will the GCC summit resolve the ongoing crisis?

As the 38th Gulf Cooperation Council summit approaches, analysts question whether it can heal the current rift.

Will the GCC summit resolve the ongoing crisis?

Kurds

Barzani adviser: Kurdish secession is inevitable

Amid tensions between Baghdad and Erbil, Kifah Mahmoud speaks with Al Jazeera about the region's future prospects.

Barzani adviser: Kurdish secession is inevitable

Syria's Civil War

What is the future of the Syrian Democratic Forces?

Confrontation 'looming' between SDF and FSA, with the pair at odds over the reasons for a major military defection.

What is the future of the Syrian Democratic Forces?

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Why there can never be a two-state solution

As Palestinians mark 50 years since the UN ordered Israeli forces to withdraw, experts say lasting peace is impossible.

Why there can never be a two-state solution

War & Conflict

Why the United States will never leave Yemen

As US provides arms to Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, congressmen take first steps to limit American involvement.

Why the United States will never leave Yemen

Politics

Kurds: Iraq court's anti-secession ruling 'revengeful'

Analysts say Kurds have little leverage in negotiations with central government due to Baghdad's 'politicised' agenda.

Kurds: Iraq court's anti-secession ruling 'revengeful'

Lebanon

Is Lebanon caught in a Saudi-Iran regional power play?

Hariri's resignation in Riyadh shows Saudi will no longer accommodate Iran's influence in Lebanon, analysts say.

Is Lebanon caught in a Saudi-Iran regional power play?