Interview with Essam al-Arian, member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Executive Bureau

The Brotherhood announced that we will not have a candidate in the 2011 presidential election. We will wait for the names of the actual candidates and study their platforms before

Change Egypt’s Expats Can Believe In

Of course, those personal relationships are no guarantee that the Egyptian reform movement --under ElBaradei or anyone else -- will find a warm reception in Washington

European council demands lifting of banned minarets

A European council, consisting of 47 countries, called on Switzerland to lift the ban on the construction of minarets in the country, describing it as a discriminatory measure against Muslims

Why Are Liberals So Angry With President Obama?

A new conventional wisdom is emerging: more and more liberals seem to be disillusioned with President Obama when they should actually be grateful, presumably because of all the wonderful landmark

National Council for Human Rights reports hampering of Shura Council’s elections

The National Council for Human Rights stated that the Supreme Committee for Elections of the Shura Council ignored complaints regarding security services which refused to grant monitoring permits, preventing the

Gordon Duff: Israeli Ambassador Admits Rogue Operations, Spying And Worse

Israel's ambassador to the United States on Monday said that convicted spy Jonathan Pollard was not working for Israeli government spymasters but for a rogue intelligence agency – apparently contradicting

Mohamed Khodr – Petition: A World United for the Freedom of Humanity…Freedom of Palestine

Brothers in suffering, brothers in resistance, brothers in ideals and conviction. It is now our duty to further strengthen this bond in order to secure this hard-won freedom for future

Zoabi demands investigation for Freedom Flotilla thefts

Arab member of the Israeli Knesset, Haneen Zoabi, demanded an investigation of Zionist commando members charged with stealing from Arab and foreign activists on board the Freedom Flotilla, in addition

UNRWA requires $100 million to cover its budget deficit

UNRWA requested 100 million dollars from the international community to fill the financial gap in its budget or else it would become unable to provide basic services for Palestinian refugees

Jewish settlers threaten to seize Palestinian building in OJ

Jewish settlers have threatened to take control of a Palestinian building in Silwan town, occupied Jerusalem, at the pretext that it was originally a synagogue.