Complaint Filed Against Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld et al

Professor Francis A. Boyle of the University of Illinois College of Law in Champaign, U.S.A. has filed a Complaint with the Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court (I.C.C.) in The

Israel’s Assassination Policy

In recent weeks Israel has escalated its practice of assassinations in the West Bank and Gaza. At the end of December, Israeli special forces broke into the Nablus homes of

Arab World: Meet the new head of the Muslim Brotherhood

Last Saturday in Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood announced that it had elected Muhammad Badee as its new supreme leader, a succession which comes at a critical time. A few months

Abuse and torture or neglect by authorities a toss up of which is worse.

Human rights in Egypt continue to call on the authorities to absolutely prohibit the use of torture, without exception and without "special permits", and to pass legislation specifically outlawing and

IDF Scandal: Israel Stealing Organs In Haiti

A fresh scandal of the IDF (Israel Defence Forces) has just emerged in Haiti, a recent probe by a black rights activist has called into investigation of what he said

The new wake of Al-Qaeda

The French expert ANNE GIUDICELLI stressed that the recent failed operation carried out by the Nigerian Farouq Abdel Motaleb demonstrates a new strategy of the network that would extract it

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Chooses New Leader

Egypt's largest opposition movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, announced Saturday it has chosen a new leader, a conservative academic who looks unlikely to challenge the government's relentless crackdown on the group.

MB’s coming task

"The Brotherhood believes in gradual reform which can be achieved only through peaceful and constitutional struggle based on persuasion and dialogue."

The divide in Iran’s green movement

How can we explain the contradictions of the green movement in Iran – with a pro-Islamic Republic leadership in Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, but at the same time,

Egypt, Qatar disagree over US peacekeeping

Egypt criticized what it termed a Qatari campaign to distort its efforts to relaunch peace talks between the Palestinians and Israel. Cairo has been the leading intermediary between the Palestinians