Arab League chief says Mideast talks off

Arab League chief Amr Moussa said on Wednesday that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas had told him he would not enter indirect talks with Israel, only days after the Palestinian side

Egypt investigates ElBaradei’s beaten supporter

Egypt's public prosecutor on Thursday decided to open an investigation into accusations that a state security officer tortured a supporter of former UN nuclear chief Mohammed ElBaradei

UN humanitarian chief criticizes Israel over Gaza

The UN's top humanitarian official, John Holmes, has criticized Israel for linking the 2006 capture of an Israeli soldier to its blockade of Gaza

Obstacles to presidential change in Egypt: what ElBaradei and others face

The return to Egypt of Mohamed ElBaradei, the recently retired head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, on February 19 has injected new vitality and even a sense of hope

MB in Jordan initiate rally near Jordanian River

According to Muslim Brotherhood officials, the government has granted permission for organisers to go ahead with the event, which is expected to attract hundreds of Islamist supporters and activists.

Muslims, Race and the Blogosphere

Sometimes I dream of being a housewife. Not because I live to serve my future husband (or that I even have any burning desire to get married at all), but

Going after Jordan’s Al Capone?

When King Abdullah disbanded Parliament, his new Prime Minister Samir Rifa'i had made battling corruption a top priority, though there was skepticism given that he had himself been reportedly forced

More arrests in Ismalia among MB supporters

More than 2000 MB members from the Ismailia governorate rallied in support of the Palestinians and their fight to defend Al-Aqsa.

Muslim Brotherhood seeks new way to pick al Azhar’s Grand Imam

Sheikh Ali Gomaa, the head of Dar al-Iftaa, or the religious decree house, at Al Azhar is considered to be a likely nominee to replace Sheikh Tantawi.

IOF tightens security ahead of Friday Prayer

The Israeli police imposed age restrictions on Muslim worshippers, banning the entry of men aged under 50, to avoid rioting by youths