Operation Breakfast Redux

he CIA’s escalating drone war in the Pakistani tribal borderlands and Richard Nixon’s secret bombing campaign against the Cambodian equivalent, argues Pratap Chatterjee.

Egypt loses $9 million per day in Israel gas deal

The new expansion of the Egyptian Mediterranean Gas Company and the Israel Electric Corporation of a 2005 deal, will see Egypt lose an estimated $9 million daily as a result.

US: Sectarianism not only cause for Christian problems in Egypt, Iraq

ABC news quoted Professor Hilal Kashan, a professor of political science at the American University in Beirut (AUB), as saying that the tension has not risen between Muslims and Christians

Egypt arrests top Muslim Brotherhood leaders

That all changed when the group’s top deputy, Mahmoud Ezzat, Guidance Bureau and spokesman Essam al-Erian and Guidance Bureau Abdul Rahman al-Bir were arrested by Egyptian security forces in yet

Al-Azhar says no fatwa against Facebook

“If people think Facebook will lead to sex, then they need to grow up,” said Ahmed Badrawi, a 22-year-old university student. “The Internet has so many things and to say

EOHR calls for the immediate release of the 15 MB detainees

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) is deeply concerned with the arrest of top leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood group on Monday 8/2/10.

Coptic Church says no to cameras

The Orthodox Coptic Church has refused to install security cameras inside their churches across Egypt. Dr. Mahmoud Hamdy Zaqzouq, Minister of Religious Endowments installed security cameras, which operate 24 hours

A New Police Crackdown At Muslim Brothers Leaders And University Professors

The Arabic Network for Human Rights today strongly denounced the escalating campaign against members and activists of Muslim Brothers in Egypt, as security arrested about 15 members of the group,

Aqsa foundation: Aqsa walls cracked

The Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage that caters for Muslim holy shrines in Palestine disclosed that big cracks were seen in the northern wall of the Aqsa Mosque.

Mishaal: Washington strives to abort Palestinian reconciliation

Khaled Mishaal, the head of Hamas's political bureau, has accused the United States of trying to foil Palestinian efforts to achieve the national reconciliation by pressuring Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas