Tensions rise in Egypt with approaching elections

Tension is rising between the ruling National Democratic Party in Egypt's and it's two strongest rivals resulting in the Muslim Brotherhood condemning the arrest of over 200 of its members

MB MP: Ruling regime is behind restricted campaigning schedule

Spokesman and head of the Muslim Brotherhood Parliamentary bloc, Dr. Mohamed Saad Ketatni denounced the tight schedule drafted for the parliamentary elections slated for November 28, 2010.

Israel is Relieved Not to be The Only War Criminal

The voice of joy, the voice of rejoicing is heard in Israel: The Americans and British have also committed for war crimes, not only us.

MB MP: Alexandria’s MB detainees transferred to security’s headquarters

Assistant Secretary General of the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary Bloc MP Sobhy Saleh, has confirmed that the 70 political detainees from Alexandria who were arrested at dawn on the upcoming November

Wikileaks for dummies: exposing the Iraq war crimes files

Mamoon Alabbasi views some of the disinformation and spin propagated by the mainstream media regarding the leaking of the US’s secret Iraq war files by the whistleblower website Wikileaks.

IPS offers treatment for woman prisoner in return for her isolation

The Israeli prison service (IPA) has offered medical treatment for a Palestinian woman prisoner in Damon jail in return for isolating her for three months in Ramle prison.

Bardawil: Al Ahmed’s remarks on reconciliation are positive

Senior Hamas official Salah Al-Bardawil hailed the latest remarks made by Fatah official Azzam Al-Ahmed on the national reconciliation as positive, hoping that Fatah has a real will this time

Settlers’ provocative march in Umm Al-Fahm triggers violent clashes

Violent clashes broke out Wednesday morning between the Palestinian natives of Umm Al-Fahm city, inside the 1948 occupied lands.