Hamdan: Europe must react firmly against Mossad practices

Osama Hamdan, Hamas's representative in Lebanon, has asked the world community especially Europe to adopt strict measures against Israel for constituting a permanent source of world tension.

Palestinians wounded in IOF incursion.

Three Palestinians were wounded on Saturday morning when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) raided the east of Qarara, Khan Younis district south of the Gaza Strip, local and medical sources reported.

EU: Funds for Gaza fuel reached PA

The European Union (EU) has denied slashing funds allocated for financing the fuel purchases necessary to operate the Gaza power station, affirming that the funds were paid to the PA

Dr. Osama Nasr and others detained with no investigations

Security Services in Behera city is still detaioning Dr. Osama Nasr, member of the Guidance Bureau and 11 other members of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) from Damanhour city. They are

MB Executive Bureau detainees rise and investigations begin

Dr Ossama Nasr the latest victim from the MB Executive Bureau who was arrested late Thursday is expected to be brought before prosecutors in Cairo later today.

Warm welcome home for ElBaradei

The former UN atomic energy chief, Mohamed ElBaradei, was greeted in Cairo airport last night by hundreds of boisterous supporters who chanted pro-reform slogans and called for him to run

Egypt: Palestinian remains in custody despite completing prison sentence

The Egyptian authorities continue to arbitrarily detain Ahmad Douma despite having completed his prison sentence.

My name is Khan and I am not a terrorist

In MY NAME IS KHAN, Bollywood superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol Devgan inhabit the most challenging roles of their careers.

Engaging Religious Communities Abroad: A New Imperative for U.S. Foreign Policy

On Tuesday, February 23, 2010, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs Task Force on Religion and the Making of U.S. Foreign Policy will release its final report, which focuses on

M15 accused of complicity in torture

According to Binyam’s lawyer Clive Stafford Smith, senior government officials are legally obliged to ensure that staff is trained properly in accordance with the United nations’ convention against torture.