Israeli extremists intend to break into Aqsa Mosque on Passover

A group of Israeli extremists is planning to storm the Aqsa Mosque next week on the occasion of the Passover Jewish holiday and slaughter offerings in its courtyards.

Hamas dismayed at ignoring Palestinian prisoners

Hamas said that it was absolutely perturbed at the UN human rights council that allowed Naom Shalit, father of the captured soldier Gilad Shalit, to take the stand and address

Hundreds demonstrate against visit of Barkat to London.

Around 300 demonstrators of different nationalities held a protest rally in front of Chatham House in downtown London against the visit of Nir Barkat, the Jewish mayor of Jerusalem.

Why we’re on strike at IslamOnline

Why we're on strike at IslamOnlineNew management in Qatar has hijacked our pluralist site in an attempt to make us follow a hardline agenda.

Abu Shaar denounces IOA violations against Mamanulla

Dr. Taleb Abu Shaar, the minister of Awkaf (Endowments) and religious affairs, has denounced the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) for starting to build the so-called Museum of Tolerance on the

Palestinian organizer tortured in Israeli jail

Omar Alaaeddin from the village of alMa’asara was nabbed from the Container Checkpoint on Sunday the 14th.

Gaza water authorities: 90 percent of water is polluted

Director of the water authority in the coastal areas Mundher Shiblak warned Monday that the percentage of water pollution in the Gaza Strip reached to 90 percent, pointing out that

Egypt’s disabled look for protest victory

Scores of Egyptian special needs citizens continue their weeks-long protest for equality in front of Parliament.

Sabri: Islamic, Christian shrines passing through critical stage

Sheikh Ekrema Sabri, the head of the higher Islamic authority, said that the Islamic and Christian holy shrines in occupied Jerusalem are passing through a critical stage and the world