Jordan: Most surprising and comprehensive political reform in two decades.

Late November witnessed Jordan's King Abdullah II dropping a large stone in the country's stagnant political pool, stirring up what could be the country's most far-reaching political reform in two

Detainees threaten to go on hunger strike.

Detained members of the Muslim Brotherhood movement have threatened to go on a hunger strike in objection to the poor conditions and negligence of the administration to detainees in Damanhur's

Cairo: Criminal Court stands by its release order for Muslim Brotherhood detainees

The Criminal Court in Cairo decided on ruling in favor once again for the release of Mohamed Sweidan and nine other members of the Muslim Brotherhood who were arrested on

Cairo’s University’s teaching staff face tough elections ahead.

The Committee for the "Cairo's University's teaching Staff" announced the names that are to be submitted on their nomination list for elections which are scheduled to take place December, 30.

Islamists in Jordan call for support of Palestinian resistance.

In commemoration of the 22nd anniversary of the first Intifada, the Islamist movement on Thursday December 17, called for the support of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation.

A Jew as an Islamic Hero

There are many stories that contemporary Imams rarely tell their congregations. The story of Mukhayriq, a Rabbi from Madina is one such story.

Politics: Succession debate enthrals the chattering classes

Just a few years ago, talk of a possible inherited succession in Egypt was considered taboo. In any case, the message, from the top down,

Human rights: Heavy hand of emergency law in run-up to elections

Opposition leaders and advocacy groups give a grim assessment of human rights in Egypt and fear the situation could worsen in the coming months ahead of parliamentary elections due next

Regime faces an uncertain transition

Before President Hosni Mubarak stepped on to the podium at the ruling National Democratic Party conference last month, delegates were treated to a short video clip showing successive outbursts of

Unofficial Transcript of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Sppech at the SETA

Dear Participants, Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to extend to you my most heartfelt greetings, and especially emphasize my joy to gather with you at the grand opening of