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Abu Sha’ar expresses solidarity with suppressed Palestinian workmen

Dr. Taleb Abu Sha’ar, the Palestinian minister of religious affairs, on Saturday expressed on the occasion of May Day his solidarity with Palestinian workmen especially in occupied Jerusalem who suffer

Palestinians need real freedom, not a deformed state

Day after day, it is becoming amply clear that the Palestinian Authority (PA) regime in Ramallah is implicated in the gradual implementation of conspiratorial designs devised by the U.S. and

South African minister: We support the Palestinians’ struggle for liberation

Deputy foreign minister of South Africa Ibrahim Ibrahim stated Saturday during a visit to the Gaza Strip that his country supports the Palestinian people and their struggle for liberation and

The Earth is a mosque

Last Thursday, on the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, I found myself thinking back to my first hiking trip to New York’s Bear Mountain.

Media should get Islam right

The media shows Muslim terrorists with guns performing prayers but rarely associates terms like terrorist, fanatic and fundamentalist with any other religious group.

Default Positions: U.S. immigration & Israeli settlements

How long have these illegal immigrants lived in the United States? Some for only a few months, but for the most part much longer.

Egypt: sweeping reform needed to protect workers’ rights

“The authorities must mark International Workers’ Day by announcing sweeping legal and institutional reforms to promote and protect labor rights, including by allowing for workers to organize freely and form

Mubarak’s war on Islamists

Amnesty International on Thursday called for a retrial of 26 defendants, criticizing the use of an emergency court.

A campaign against State of Emergency and renewed detentions

The Shihab Center for Human Rights launched a campaign demanding the non-renewal of the Emergency Law and release of political detainees.

MP’s will conduct May 3 peaceful march despite denied permission

Muslim Brotherhood members, and independents insist on carrying out their peaceful march on May 3, in a call for political reform and constitutional amendments