Speculations after Mubarak

A recent article published in The Jewish chronicle reiterates fears that any new leader after President Mubarak would be unlikely to intensify relations with Israel as long as the Palestinian

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The recent meeting initiated by Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie and leaders from various national political opposition is to be aired at 10.30 pm Cairo time on the

Time to crack down on settlement funding – by Yousef Munayyer

To say that the proliferation of Israeli settlements in Occupied Palestinian Territory is an impediment to peace is an understatement.

Israel refuses to stop using internationally banned phosphorus bombs

The Israeli government has refused to provide the United Nations assurance to discontinue its illegal usage of internationally banned white phosphorus bombs, which it used heavily in its latest war

ACTION ALERT: Third Prison Term for Israeli Conscientious Objector, Shir Regev

CO Shir Regev, has returned to prison for the third time. He was sentenced on 14 July to 34 days of imprisonment, which he is serving in Military Prison no.

International athletes might join Freedom Flotilla 2

The European campaign to lift the siege on Gaza revealed that it will soon make contacts with a number of well-known international athletes, particularly in Europe, to explore the possibility

Temecula Valley: A Mosque Controversy?

Planned Temecula Valley mosque draws opposition

Egypt’s Information Minister denies President is critically ill

Recent reports on the health of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak have been denied by information minister Anas ElFeky.

Ofer prisoners initiate protest steps against Israeli violations

Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli ofer jail started protest steps against the Israeli prison authority's violations of their rights.

Cooperative ventures?

The Muslim Brotherhood has called for greater dialogue with Egypt's major opposition parties on pressing for political reform