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Israeli police threaten to use force to quell Palestinians inside Aqsa Mosque

Palestinian local sources said that the Israeli police at a late hour Monday demanded Palestinian worshipers holdin a vigil inside the Aqsa Mosque over loudspeakers to leave it within 15

Amr: Abbas is responsible for delaying the vote on Goldstone’s report

For its part, the Palestinian community in Switzerland strongly denounced the PA irresponsible position against Goldstone’s report, saying that this position represented a political and moral decline and contradicted the

IOF damage cultivated land, fire at Gaza suburb

More than 15 armored vehicles loaded with Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Tuesday escorted a bulldozer in an incursion east of Khan Younis, in southern Gaza Strip, security sources reported.

IOA escalates its attack and incitement against Islamic Movement

The Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) escalated its attack and incitement against the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands and accused its leaders of instigating disturbances in the Aqsa Mosque

Al-Aqsa foundation: A new Israeli tunnel built under the Aqsa Mosque

Al-Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage revealed that the Israeli occupation authorities almost finished the building of a new tunnel under the Aqsa Mosque.

Thousands of Turks demonstrate against Israeli attempt to storm the Aqsa

Thousands of Turkish people demonstrated on Monday in Istanbul's Taksim square denouncing the Israeli repeated attempts to storm the holy Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem.

The future of Egypt’s political system

We reached a conclusion in last week's article that what is being said about "the bequeathal of power" in Egypt is not just an "illusion contrived by the opposition and

U.S. and Egypt: Partners on Free Expression?

The U.N. Human Rights Council, a body the U.S. only recently joined, passed a resolution on freedom of expression on Friday co-sponsored by the U.S. and Egypt. The Obama administration

ElBaradei for Egypt president?

Whether President Hosni Mubarak runs for re-election in 2011 or gives way to his son Gamal, an opposition party sees UN nuclear watchdog head Mohamed ElBaradei as a strong contender

Egypt: More members of the Muslim Brotherhood arrested

Alkarama has received news from Egypt regarding the arrests of two separate groups in Al-Buheira and Munufeya Governorate.