Muslim driver fined for wearing veil

A Muslim woman has accused French police of attacking her freedom after she was fined for wearing a niqab while driving in the city of Nantes.

The Gaza War, Theater and the Big Interview

The military phase of the Gaza war started on December 27, 2008, when Israel launched an attack on the Gaza Strip. It ended on 18 January, 2009, when Israel, and

Commentary – the move away from big pan-Arab channels

The Arab media scene in the last few years of the first decade of the third millennium has totally changed from what we had seen in the first half of

Respect candidate spearheads quiet revolution to get Muslim women involved in politics

Drums, loudhailers, chanting slogans. It is a very old-fashioned kind of politics that can be heard on the high street in Kings Heath, Birmingham.

Egypt: Lack of political participation for Christians, women

The third annual report on the status of democracy in Egypt, issued by the Observatory of the State of Democracy of Egyptian Society for the Advancement of Community Participation revealed

Death threatens tens of Palestinian captives in Israeli jails

Tawfeek Abu Nai'm, one of the longest-serving Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, has plainly accused the Israeli occupation authorities of deliberately neglecting the Palestinian captives and of exposing their lives

Egypt’s Parliament approves law to combat human trafficking

The Egyptian Parliament approved on Tuesday a law on combating human trafficking during its session under the chairmanship of Fathi Sorour, the Speaker of Parliament.

Occupation authority bar travel of Sheikh Ekrima Sabri

The Israeli occupation Interior Minister, Eli Yishai, issued a decision on Thursday baring Sheikh Ekrima Sabri.

The Holocaust isn’t just about Jews

JERUSALEM: Last week I flew to Eilat with two young officers of the IDF Spokesperson Unit. One of them inquired what book I was reading. It was Carole Angier’s magisterial

Occupation authority serves demolition notices to five Palestinian families

The Israeli occupation authority has served five Palestinian families from the village of Yatta to the south of the southern West Bank city of al-Khalil with demolition notices at the