Foreign diplomats tour Hebron, see ethnic cleansing

A large number of foreign diplomats visited Hebron Tuesday, inspecting the City’s Old  quarter where a spate of ethnic cleansing by the Israeli occupation authorities forced thousands of local Palestinians

Muslim Brotherhood debates

There are a number of very interesting debates going on about the Muslim Brotherhood right now.  No, not the silly ones from my comment section - those are garden variety

What should we be telling Rice?

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is once again visiting the Middle East, this time with the hope of enlisting support for President Bush’s "new strategy" in Iraq and also

The Muslim Brotherhood and the Growing Sunni-Shiite Conflict

My colleague Olivier Guitta has just posted an excellent piece on the growing Sunni Shiite conflict. The heightened tensions between these two principal confessions of Islam is already putting great

Poor aable Palestinians to purchase enough food, warns WFP/FAO report

The United Nations there are warned that rising unemployment and poverty in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, coupled with economic suffocation, plows posing acute challenges to food security, leaving


News reports say that Pentagon has created a panel for   Iran bombing.On the other Iran has said that it is  prepared both for war and talks with the United States,

Kamal Sheikho Released

Mr. Kamal Sheikho was released from prison on Saturday 24/2/2007. He was arrested on Saturday morning 17/2/2007 and was driven to one of the branches of the General Intelligence Directorate

Jail of MB Giza Detainees Prolonged 15 More days

The state security prosecution decided on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007, to prolong the jail of 15 Muslim Brotherhood detainees in Giza for 15 days pending trial.

Six Citizens Sentenced on Accusation Of Muslim Brotherhood Affiliation

The Exceptional Supreme State Security Court (SSSC) issued harsh sentences on six Islamic detainees after being charged with attempting to become members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement, pursuant to Article

Egyptian Journalists Protest, Demanding Release of Ezzuddin

Egyptian journalists staged a vigil protesting at the unjust detention of their fellow journalist Ahmed Ezzuddin who was referred to a military court. Egyptian journalists staged a vigil in front