Gaza: a castle in the sand

Abu Raad's home is built of mud. Hewn from concrete splits, water and sand, the artifice is necessary because of an Israeli siege that bars all raw materials into the

Fighting back: Website takes on Muslim Brotherhood critics

The website defines Ikhwanophobes - another term it coined - as those who believe Muslim Brotherhood members are religious fanatics, violent towards non-Muslims, and contemptuous of values such as equality,

Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Memoir best-seller after airing of TV Series

The airing of Egypt 's controversial TV series "The group" showing the life of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna has triggered a surge in the group's book sales. The show

IOF attack Palestinians in Issawiya district in O. Jerusalem

The Israeli occupation forces provided with aerial cover stormed at dawn Sunday Issawiya district in occupied Jerusalem firing rubber bullets, stun and tear gas grenades at Palestinian homes.

Blair hit with shoes at pro-Palestinian demonstration in Dublin

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was met by angry anti-Iraq war demonstrators and pro-Palestinians when heading to a book-signing in the Irish capital Dublin.

Lieberman: The 1st round of Washington talks failed

Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman declared that the first round of the direct negotiations between his occupation state and Palestinian de facto president Mahmoud Abbas miserably failed a few days

High committee of prisoners: 36 children, three women kidnapped in August

The high national committee for the support of prisoners said it documented in last August the kidnapping of 295 Palestinians, including 36 children and three women in the West Bank,

IOA bans call for prayers in Ibrahimi mosque

,-- The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) banned the call to prayer in the Ibrahimi mosque in Al-Khalil, south West Bank, 50 times throughout August 2010 under the framework of a

Evidence of Egyptian Security Monitoring Activists on The Social Network, Facebook

Egyptian Security Forces set up a new section to track political activists on Facebook and to limit the number of groups against President Mubarak, his son and the ruling party

MB rejects allegations it’s downplaying significance of Islamic ethics and teachings

The MB refutes the claims and wishes to state in the strongest possible terms that just as it is firmly committed to condemning any dictatorial, corrupt and oppressive action it