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In Gaza, an Indonesian Volunteer Has Become an Unlikely War Reporter

In Gaza, an Indonesian Volunteer Has Become an Unlikely War Reporter

By Aisyah Llewellyn
Fikri Rofiul Haq, 24, who came to Gaza with an Indonesian charity, has remained behind in order to bear witness to the ongoing war.

How Are Central Asian Jihadi Groups Exploiting the Israel-Hamas War?

How Are Central Asian Jihadi Groups Exploiting the Israel-Hamas War?

By Uran Botobekov
Central Asian Islamists lack the capability to translate rhetoric into operational attacks, but they are capitalizing on the resumption of conflict in the Middle East to enhance recruitment and financing efforts.
Hamas Still Holding 15 Thai Nationals in Gaza, Bangkok Says

Hamas Still Holding 15 Thai Nationals in Gaza, Bangkok Says

By Sebastian Strangio
The announcement came after 17 people were released over several days during the truce between Israel and Hamas.

Hamas Will Release Thai Hostages When Ceasefire Declared, Officials Say

Hamas Will Release Thai Hostages When Ceasefire Declared, Officials Say

By Sebastian Strangio
A team of Muslim Thai officials have been in contact with the Palestinian militant Hamas since last month.

US Has Pressured Malaysia to Shift Stance on Hamas, Anwar Says

US Has Pressured Malaysia to Shift Stance on Hamas, Anwar Says

By Sebastian Strangio
The country's pro-Hamas stance may be distasteful to many, but the U.S. is unlikely to expend significant diplomatic and political capital in order to change it.

Agony for Australia’s Palestinian Community as War Rages on in Gaza

Agony for Australia’s Palestinian Community as War Rages on in Gaza

By Dechlan Brennan
“So, there's the pain of the suffering in Palestine – our homeland – but then there's the feeling of abandonment. It’s an otherness. It’s like we don’t belong in Australia, we don't belong on Earth almost.”

How Asia-Pacific States Voted on the UN’s Israel-Palestine Resolution

How Asia-Pacific States Voted on the UN’s Israel-Palestine Resolution

By Shannon Tiezzi
Like the rest of the world, most Asia-Pacific states supported the resolution, making the exceptions especially interesting.
Central Asian Governments React to the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Central Asian Governments React to the Israel-Palestine Conflict

By Colleen Wood
To what extent have religious ties or geopolitical ambitions shaped Central Asian governments’ responses to growing violence in Gaza?

Thailand’s Overlooked ‘Misstep’ in the Israel-Gaza War

Thailand’s Overlooked ‘Misstep’ in the Israel-Gaza War

By Tita Sanglee
Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin's response to the hostage crisis has laid bare the lack of security and foreign policy expertise in his cabinet.

Malaysian PM Leads Large Pro-Palestine Rally in Kuala Kumpur

Malaysian PM Leads Large Pro-Palestine Rally in Kuala Kumpur

By Sebastian Strangio
Anwar Ibrahim's staunchly anti-Israel position is unlikely to impact his government's relations with its closest Western partners.

Thai Protesters Demand an End to Gaza Bombing

Thai Protesters Demand an End to Gaza Bombing

By Prem Singh Gill
While the Thai public may be sympathetic to the plight of the Palestinians, Bangkok has maintained a studiously neutral position on the Israel-Hamas war.
The Growing Significance of Malaysia and Indonesia’s Non-Recognition of Israel

The Growing Significance of Malaysia and Indonesia’s Non-Recognition of Israel

By Aiza Mohamad
With more Arab states choosing to normalize relations with Tel Aviv, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur have emerged as prominent advocates for the Palestinian cause.

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