Egyptian Clampdown on Press Freedom Gaining Pace

The 'free speech' spring in Egypt is nearing its end" was the headline of a report in Lebanese daily An-Nahar describing the sacking of noted, controversial media figures critical of

Time for New Palestinian Political Strategy

Palestinians had long lost confidence in their Palestinian Authority as their representative, who was supposed to defend their rights and work to achieve their statehood. Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian President,

The Endless Game of Peace

In the newest development concerning peace negotiations between Israel and the PA, Netanyahu has offered to partially extend the fake settlement freeze in exchange for recognition of Israel's Jewish character.

The MB launches a door to door campaign

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Daqahleya embarked on an electoral campaign in an effort to explain the group’s reasons for taking part in the elections.

Mr Hague, is it not your responsibility to keep seaways open?

Stuart Littlewood reminds British Foreign Secretary William Hague of recent acts of piracy by the Israeli navy against unarmed aid ships, including the sadistic assault on the Jewish boat, the

Israel’s New Loyalty Oath

Since inception, Israel's democracy was illusory, but of late it's further eroded. The Cabinet's October 10 adopted Law of Citizenship amendment requires all non-Jews wanting it to pledge loyalty to

Al-Zuhayli says Gülen’s ideas hope of humanity

Leading Islamic scholar Wahba Mustafa al-Zuhayli from Syria, a participant of the two-day Prophet’s Path Symposium held over the weekend, has said the ideas of well-respected Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen

Is a Jewish holocaust against the Palestinians in the offing?

A few days ago, Dov Lior, the Rabbi of the Jewish colony of Kiryat Arba, called for the annihilation of the people of the city of Nablus. Speaking to fellow

Media figure Hamdy Kandil’s trial scheduled for November 20

Judge Abdul Aziz Omar, Chairman of Cairo's Appeal Court and President of the Higher Committee for the elections, has listed November 20 to try veteran journalist Hamdy Kandil before Giza’s

Israel planning to demolish 110 Palestinian buildings in Silwan

The State Comptroller of Israel has called for the demolition of tens of Palestinian homes in Silwan, the suburb adjacent to the Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem, in an official