Parliamentary Elections and the Mubarak Regime

The present election results, however, will make it rather difficult for the Egyptian regime to portray the poll with a democratic sheen.

Egypt’s 2010 Elections – Fraud, Oppression and Hope for Change

Eygpt’s 2010 parliamentary elections will go down in history as a blatant fraud and crime against democracy and the people it represents.

Obama’s last card – will he play it?

Alan Hart argues that, with the help of pressure from the European Union, US President Barack Obama could be nudged into signalling the end of American tolerance of Israeli crimes

IOA razes Jerusalemite home, endorses construction of 24 Jewish housing units

The Israeli occupation authority bulldozed a Palestinian home in Ras Al-Amoud suburb in occupied Jerusalem, near Silwn town, on Tuesday at the usual pretext of lack of permit.

No such thing as justice in the Holy Land, Palestinian Church leaders tell the Irish

Stuart Littlewood views a recent tour of the Republic of Ireland by a delegation of Church leaders from Palestine during which they described in meetings with Irish politicians the situation

Gulf delegation led by Saudi prince arrives in Gaza

A gulf delegation led by Saudi prince Turki Bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz arrives in Gaza Strip on Wednesday accompanying two plane-loads of relief material to the Palestinian people in

Shameful traits of the USA and Israel

Paul J. Balles views two shameful traits shared by the US and Israel and represented in the views of Joseph A. Klein: abhorring criticism and diverting attention from their own

Israeli MKs call for assassinating Bishara, expelling Arab MKs from Knesset

Deputies in the Israeli Knesset (parliament) have called for assassinating former Arab MP Azmi Bishara, describing him as "terrorist".

Sheikh Salah decides to visit O. Jerusalem soon despite Israeli ban

Sheikh Ra'ed Salah, the head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands, said he intends to visit the occupied holy city of Jerusalem and the Aqsa Mosque soon

United We Stand

Mubarak insists on taking part in the political arena at the age of 82 despite his deteriorating health, while his son Gamal remains in the sidelines ready to succeed him