Ali Younes, Al Jazeera English

Ali Younes

Al Jazeera English

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Past articles by Ali:

Progressive Democrats push for changes to US Israel policies

Groups call on Joe Biden, Donald Trump to end 'explicit' US support for Israel at the expense of Palestinians. → Read More

Meeting Abbas, Jordan foreign minister warns against annexation

Ayman Safadi visits Ramallah to coordinate moves against Israel's annexation plans in occupied West Bank, Jordan Valley. → Read More

'Close the file': Jordan king urged to deny US extradition demand

Family of Ahlam al-Tamimi, convicted for role in Israel bombing, appeals to king to resist US extradition pressure. → Read More

Jordan charges former MP with 'insulting the king, queen'

Family of Ahmad Oweidi al-Abbadi, 75, calls for his release following his arrest last week in the capital, Amman. → Read More

PA proposes demilitarised state as counterproposal to Trump plan

Palestinians send mediators' response to the US plan, which endorses Israel annexing parts of the occupied West Bank. → Read More

Former Palestine Islamic Jihad leader Ramadan Shallah dies

Shallah died two years after he slipped into a coma due to complications from heart and kidney disease. → Read More

Jordan takes major step towards post-coronavirus normality

Amid decline in number of COVID-19 cases, government is allowing businesses and traffic to resume normal operations. → Read More

Jordan business owners fear financial ruin amid lockdown

Ramadan shopping season slump amid coronavirus restrictions has deepened the economic crisis for local entrepreneurs. → Read More

Saudi TV shows spark uproar over promotion of Israel

Critics demand Saudi-owned channel cancel Ramadan series that praises Israel at the expense of the Palestinians. → Read More

How Jordan is flattening its COVID-19 curve

Experts say preemptive steps and drastic containment measures appear to be paying off in the fight against coronavirus. → Read More

Jordan man killed on same day he was released from prison

Sari Salem Wardat, 46, was shot in the back of the head by his cousin in an apparent accident. → Read More

Saudi forces kill man who refused to give up property: Activists

Abdul Rahim al-Hwaiti was allegedly shot dead after he refused to give up his property for a Red Sea mega-project. → Read More

Sudan finalises settlement with US families over USS Cole bombing

Deal seen as latest move by Sudan's government to remove the country from a US list of state sponsors of 'terrorism'. → Read More

Why Houthis offered Saudi POWs swap for jailed Palestinians

Leader of Yemen-based Houthi rebels offers Saudi pilot and officers in a swap for Palestinian activists in Saudi jails. → Read More

Jordan authorises use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19

As leading doctors warn of widespread infection in Jordan, hospitals can now use malaria drug for serious conditions. → Read More

Jordan announces round-the-clock curfew over coronavirus outbreak

Measure barring people from moving except for emergencies will begin at 7am (05:00 GMT) Saturday until further notice. → Read More

Jordan imposes state of emergency to curb coronavirus pandemic

King Abdullah approves law giving government sweeping powers to combat the spread of the new coronavirus. → Read More

Palestinian struggle continues with coronavirus

Thirty-seven of the victims were infected after a Greek religious tourist group carrying coronavirus visited Bethlehem. → Read More

No known coronavirus cases in Jordan but fear, uncertainty loom

One confirmed case was treated and has left hospital, but Jordan is worried as virus spreads in neighbouring countries. → Read More

Dozens of Palestinians face 'terrorism court' in Saudi Arabia

Hamas denounces the Saudi prosecution of more than 60 Palestinians over 'false accusations' and 'unjust trials'. → Read More