Fatah: Collaborationist Israeli ally

Stephen Lendman charts the shameful record of Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah faction, who since the Oslo accords of 1973 have played the role of Israel’s

Egypt: Political opposition accuses state run paper of crossing red line

Egypt's state-run Al-Ahram newspaper has been slammed for modifying a photograph to suggest that the Middle East talks were led by President Hosni Mubarak.

Start again with a clean sheet, Palestinians

Stuart Littlewood argues that the Palestinian National Authority has become “an abomination” whose “leaders have so fouled the nest that the stink is unbearable” and that the future “hinges largely

Report: Team B describes Sharia as threat to America

An article in describes America as being “under attack" by a non-violent "stealth jihad,” A written report sponsored by the Center for Security Policy is flaunted by a panel

Settlers build near Palestinian villages on eve of peace talks

A human rights foundation said Israeli settlers kicked off a series of new settlement activities the night of the outset of peace talks between de facto Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas

New Pew Forum Report offers an In-Depth Profiles of Muslim Networks and Movements in Western

The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life has released a new report on "Muslim Networks and Movements in Western Europe," profiling several of the oldest, largest and most influential

Palestinian killed, two wounded in Israeli air raid on Rafah

A Palestinian medical source said that one Palestinian was killed and two others were wounded Wednesday in an Israeli aerial attack on an area of tunnels in the Rafah border

Israeli authorities demolish four Palestinian homes in Negev

Israeli municipal authorities razed four Palestinian homes on Wednesday in the Negev villages of Fara'a, Tel Arad, Bani Yacaba and Al-Sayyad, local sources reported.

Knesset committee recommends law set to arm more settlers

An Israeli Knesset interior committee recommended that Interior Minister Eli Yishai and Internal Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovich amend regulations for granting arms to Israeli settlers in the West Bank

Prisoner released in exchange for Shalit video remains in solitary confinement

Linan Abu Ghalma, 28, has been kept in solitary confinement and exposed to other inhumane treatment in the Hasharon prison since her arrest two months back, human rights sources said