IOA exiles Jerusalem child for throwing stones

An eleven-year-old boy from Jerusalem was exiled by Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) for throwing stones at Israeli military forces.

PSL warns against Israeli marches in Jerusalem

The Palestine Scholars League has warned of the dangers of upcoming extremist marches and rallies, organized with the full support of the Israeli occupation government, in occupied Jerusalem.

The Israeli-US love affair

Occasionally someone asks why I often carry on about Israel and America. My response: Israel continues to break all the rules of respectable national behaviour with unabashed US support.

IHH announces more convoys to break Gaza siege

Bulent Yildirim, the head of the Turkish IHH humanitarian relief foundation, has asserted that his organization prepares for more sea and land convoys to break the unjust siege on Gaza

Israel’s parliamentary mob

That was 1967, when the Knesset included members like Levy Eshkol and Pinchas Sapir, David Ben-Gurion and Moshe Dayan, Menachem Begin and Yohanan Bader, Meir Yaari and Yaakov Chazan, for

CAIR calls on Tea Party to drop anti-Islam Speaker

Gabriel, the head of the anti-Islam hate group ACT for America, is scheduled to be the main speaker at the "U.S. Constitution Freedom Rally" slated for August 21 in Fort

IHH Statement Regarding The Israeli Report

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation continues to insist on its request for an international probe to independently investigate the Israeli attack on Mavi Marmara.

MB offshoot calls on Egypt to allow entry of stranded Gaza bound convoy

Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood offshoot the Islamic Action Front, appealed to the government to interfere and call on Egypt to permit the entry into its territories of a humanitarian aid convoy

In Egypt Campaign, Muslim Brotherhood Soldiers On

The decades-old battle between the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest opposition group, and Egypt's authoritarian regime has entered its latest phase. This time it's not a matter of prison terms or

Syria: Prominent human rights lawyer delivered unfair sentence

A prominent Syrian human rights lawyer, was sentenced by Damascus' Military Court to three years imprisonment on charges of "weakening national sentiment". Alkarama condemns the unfair sentence and calls for