Dweik denies affirming reconciliation agreement to be signed by end of November

AMMAN, (PIC)-- The speaker of the Palestinian legislative council, Dr. Aziz Dweik has denied telling the press that he expected Hamas to sign the Egyptian reconciliation paper by end of

Bardawil: Israel trying to portray Hamas as hostile to justify its crimes

GAZA, (PIC)-- Dr. Salah Al-Bardawil, the spokesman for Hamas parliamentary bloc, stated Saturday that the Israeli occupation has embarked lately on portraying itself as a country suffering from fear and

ISESCO condemns Jewish edict allowing murder of children

The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) has condemned the Jewish edict that allowed murder of non-Jews even if they were children if they posed dangers to the Jews.

Union of fuel companies warns of humanitarian crisis due to gas depletion

GAZA, (PIC)-- The union of fuel companies in the Gaza Strip warned Saturday of an imminent humanitarian crisis after the depletion of cooking gas from fuel stations for the 25th

Play fair, and Egypt may yet be land of the rising son

To his supporters he is a voice of reform in a stagnant country. To his detractors he represents the ruling elite responsible for the stagnation of the Arab world’s most

Police kill Egyptian farmer, protests follow

CAIRO: A farmer from Ismo el-Aroos village in Deir Mawas in the Minya governorate some 250 miles south of Cairo was killed after two police officers broke into his house

Muslim Brotherhood to dissolve executive office – source

AMMAN - Internal differences in the Muslim Brotherhood resurfaced this weekend and Islamist sources confirmed the group is poised to dissolve its executive office before the end of the month,

Issues in the hysteria against Arabs and Muslims following Fort Hood massacre

The massacre at Fort Hood of 13 American soldiers and wounding of 30 more raises serious issues regarding violence, terrorism, race in America and the patriotism of Arabs and Muslims.

Mauritanian Islamists: Political Islam beyond the War of Ideas

Tawassoul’s leader, Jamil Mansour, spent the better part of the last year in opposition to Ould Abdel Aziz, who came to power in a coup last August, as a member

A New Issue of Arab Reform Bulletin

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Arab Reform Bulletin is always a fine collection of essays on democratization and related issues in the Arab world, and there’s a new issue