Israel suspends cooperation with UNESCO

-- The Israeli government decided to suspend cooperation with the UNESCO in protest over its decision that considered Bilal Bin Rabah Mosque in Bethlehem an Islamic mosque and heritage.

Israel razes two Palestinian homes in Ara

Israeli bulldozers razed two Palestinian homes in Ara village, in the Triangle area occupied since 1948, at the pretext of lack of construction permits.

Online freedom threatened in Syria by drafted law

Syria known to have a tight grip on online media is preparing to vote on a controversial Internet law that has raised concerns. Online media in Syria already keeps a

Jewish settlers annex Palestinian land south of Nablus

Jewish settlers from Eli settlement south of Nablus started to bulldoze Palestinian land near their settlement on Thursday without prior notice, eyewitnesses reported.

Jordan’s MB: Reform requires public pressure

Jordan is currently witnessing the run up to elections for parliament amid boycotts by the popular Islamist group and Muslim Brotherhood offshoot the Islamic Action Front.

Activists call on public to boycott Vodafone

Activists launched groups on the social networking site Facebook calling on the public to boycott Vodafone after the company forwarded defaming sms to its customers.

Obama’s Expanding War In Pakistan: Key to U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

President Obama took office vowing to strike al-Queda forces inside Pakistan if President Zardari’s government failed to ferret out the nations’ terrorists networks.

Ayman Nour’s – Elections in the Dark Warns of Vote-Rigging

Mohamed Beltagy, assistant secretary-general of the MB parliamentary bloc and member of the National Association for Change, has stressed that participation in the upcoming elections discloses the anticipated foul play

Spotlight on the Americas

Lawrence Davidson considers why so many US officials, some ostensibly intelligent, end up blatantly lying or blindly following murderous orders without question, and why the general public seems to accept

US administration pressured to shift its policy

Experts in the bi-partisan Washington-based Egypt Working Group confirmed that they met with senior officials at the White House National Security Council (NSC) on Tuesday to discuss political reform in