Kul al-Arab (, "All Arabs") is an IsraeliArabic-language weekly newspaper, founded in 1987. Based in Nazareth, the paper is Israel's most influential and widely-read Arabic-language periodical. Kul al-Arab has 70 employees and a circulation of 38,000. For some time the paper was edited by the poet Samih al-Qasim, who remains its honorary editor.
The BBC states that the paper "is scathing of Israeli and US policies, but can be equally critical of the Palestinian Authority."