After six-months of undercover filming, Al Jazeera Investigations exposes how the Israel lobby penetrates the many different levels of British democracy.
A look at the 1987-1993 Palestinian uprising, or First Intifada, through the eyes of those who lived through it.
In the second episode, infighting breaks out between the parties that struggled for independence, the armed groups, new Prime Minister Bourguiba and his rivals.
In the first episode of two, the armed struggle for Tunisian independence in the 1950s, seen through the eyes of those who fought the colonial French on the ground.
Through extremely rare testimony, women reveal their roles in ISIL and insights on their motivations and the failed mission of the armed group.
Meet the hardline group willing to do anything, including going against their government, to claim land for Israel.
Tawakkol Karman accuses Saudi Arabia and the UAE of committing war crimes in Yemen and we debate Brexit.
Residents of a French housing estate get behind the camera to challenge negative stereotypes of multicultural banlieues.
Two remarkable success stories from Arab immigrants to Germany and Canada - one a designer of textiles machinery, the other a member of Canada’s parliament