Human rights in Egypt slams regimes’ discrimination

The Sawaseya Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Center Criticized the discriminating procedures practiced against Muslim Brotherhood's deputy chairman Engineer Khairat Al-Shater and his companions

This Time We Went Too Far: review of Norman Finkelstein’s book on Israel’s Gaza blitzkrieg

Stuart Littlewood reviews Norman Finkelstein’s book, This Time We Went Too Far, which “pulls together the facts surrounding Israel's blitzkrieg on Gaza” and “plots the long lead-up and the reverberating

How to create your very own terrorist state

Tim Coles takes us through 11 steps necessary to create a “terrorist state”. Using Yemen as a case study, he argues that these steps precisely match US and British policies

The arrogance of American power

Paul J. Balles argues that the continued presence of 1,000 American military bases outside the USA nearly two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union is a symptom of

MB chairman meets with Wafd Party leader, stress reform and peaceful change

A Delegation from the Wafd Party head by its elected leader Dr. El Sayed Badawy met with Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie at the MB headquarters in what was

MB online petition reaches 165,000 signatures

The Muslim Brotherhood's online campaign "Seven demands for reform" launched by Chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie and adopted by Egypt's Opposition political powers has reaped 165,000 signatures through the group's tawkatonline

Child, foreign activists hurt in IOF quelling of peaceful march

Six civilians including a child and foreign activists were hurt on Saturday when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) violently dispersed a peaceful demonstration in Irak Burin village, Nablus district.

Sheikh Salah starts serving five-month term

Sheikh Raed Salah, the leader of the Islamic movement in 1948 occupied Palestine, started on Sunday serving the five-month imprisonment sentence passed against him by an Israeli court that claimed

Sawasiya: Israel deceiving the world about siege

Sawasiya center for human rights has charged Israel with deceiving the world into recognizing its siege of Gaza Strip and giving it a legitimate cover.

Spanish activists sue Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders

Three activists from Spain, who were on board the Freedom Flotilla, filed a lawsuit in Madrid against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders over the May 31