Dealing with Islamophobia

These are the words that we wish all non-Muslims brothers and sister to hear and learn about Islam. First Community Church, Columbus, OH Preaching on Sunday, August 29, worship service

Security arrests activists protesting to hereditary power

Cairo on Tuesday witnessed Hundreds of people assembled surrounded by security forces to protest against the rumours that 47 year old Gamal Mubarak will be succeeding his father President Hosni

The Grudge, An Inverted History Of Israel And America

Two weeks ago, USS Liberty survivor, Philip Tourney, was told he would be killed within a month. The threat made against Tourney, US Navy veteran and heroic survivor of the

The irrelevance of the international Muslim Brotherhood

A while after the election of Muhammad Badi‘ as "general guide" of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and the international Brotherhood organization -- a contentious and unusually public process -- I

MB chairman engages in discussion with NAC leaders

Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohammed Badie met a delegation from the National Association for change at his office early Tuesday. General NAC Coordinator Dr. Abdul Galil Mustafa, Dr. Hassan Nafaa,

In whose name do they talk?

A second round of direct talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority are taking place under the auspices of Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, in Egypt's Red Sea

Jewish settlements can now be tracked on your iPhone

Want to know what's happening in the West Bank settlements in real time? In addition to 'Sudoku' and 'Street Fighter,' iPhone owners will now be able to install the "Facts

The Cries Of Sabra & Shatila

Why the wailing? Why the mourning and wailing? Our past and the present are the same - And all of what we have are lies and deceit.

Stains Of Blood: Sabra & Shatila

Our arms must thicken and our shoulders must broaden so we can bear the responsibility of protecting what is ours.

US scholar David Ottoway writes on: Egypt at the tipping point

"Egypt at the tipping point" was the title of David Ottoway's newest study at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The paper comes in a series of published articles