Israel to build hundreds of new housing units in WB

The Israeli housing ministry announced on Monday plans to build new housing units in the Ma’aleh Adomim and Beitar Illit in the West Bank in violation of its government’s own

Hooligans attack PA foreign minister’s car

 A small group of hooligans last night stoned the car of PA foreign minister Dr. Mahmoud Al-Zahhar that he was riding after offering condolences to one of the ministry’s employees

Qaradawi: “MB asked me to be a chairman”

Qaradawi: "MB asked me to be a chairman, but I preferred to be a spiritual guide for the entire nation".

An Explanation For what Dr. al-Qaradawi said concerning the Shiites

Praise be to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon Prophet Muhammad and his Companions. The Secretariat- general of the International Union for Muslim Scholars received so many questions from

Abul-Fotouh Calls On“government of disasters” to Leave

In what seemed to be a fresh chapter of a series of government neglect and laxity, another accident happened today when two trains crashed on the same railway line at

IIP Sees Kurdish Step as Threat to Iraqi Integrity

The leader of the Kurdish region in the north of Iraq threatened secession Sunday as a dispute over flying the Iraqi flag intensified. Massoud Barzani, President of the Kurdish region,

Egypt: 16 MB leaderships Released

Cairo Misdemeanors Court on Monday September 4, 2006, ordered the release of 16 Muslim Brotherhood leaderships who had been earlier last month arrested during their visit to atom professor Dr.

MB Chairman Attends Conference on Camp David

Tomorrow September 6, 2006, Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Mohamed Mahdi Akef is to give a speech at a conference organized by the National Front for Change (NFC) headed by former Prime

MB Parliamentary Bloc Questions Train Crash Accidents

Deputy Mohsen Radhi of MB Parliamentary Bloc called on the Parliament to convene for an urgent meeting to discuss the recurrent train crash accidents the recent of which was Monday

Sawaseya Deplores 25 Years of Restricted Freedoms

Sawaseya Center for Human Rights released a statement on September 5, 2006 to mark the 25th anniversary of September 1981 detentions, saying that the Egyptian people have gone through freedom