Why Is the West Turning a Blind Eye to Tunis’ Protest?

According to reliable sources a bus loaded with a number of government militia and a TV team was heading from Tunisia to Kasserine to carry out looting of private and

Documenting the crime of torture in the Palestinian Authority’s Territories

The Arab Organization for Human Rights in Britain has issued several reports on human rights violations in the territory of the Palestinian Authority highlighting the practice of torture in prisons.

MB offshoot in Jordan to participate in planned protests against inflation

Planned Protests are scheduled to take place in Jordan over jobs and inflation.

Christian Arabs? Plight: Foreign ?Protection? Counterproductive

Suddenly, the U. S. - European alliance is acting to protect the ?existence? of the Christian Arab minority against the Muslim Arab majority whose very existence is besieged and threatened

Is President Obama Weak in the Eyes of Arab Leaders?

Neoconservatives are likely to be wrong on any number of issues. But there is one critique of theirs that, somewhat to my dismay, has struck me as more compelling than

Israel rejects international monitors for East Jerusalem demolitions

Senior Israeli officials have rejected the proposal from the EU to deploy international monitors of the occupation authority's demolition of Palestinian-owned buildings in East Jerusalem and the eviction of their

Gaza’s Health Ministry warns of impending disaster

Gaza's Ministry of Health has warned that the blockaded territory will run out of essential dialysis solutions and insulin within the next few days. There are hundreds of patients with

Israel detains another Palestinian parliamentarian in renewed campaign against Hamas

Israel's occupation forces have raided the home of a member of the Palestinian parliament and former Minister of Finance. Local eyewitnesses say that Israeli soldiers broke into the house of

A talk with the Muslim Brotherhood’s Ibrahim Munir

Asharq Al-Awsat- In November 2010, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood achieved a ‘zero result’ in the country’s parliamentary elections, having previously held 88 national seats. As a result, the Brotherhood boycotted

Two Hundred Public Figures Call for Dismissal of Interior Minister

Two hundred public figures signed a statement calling for the dismissal of the Minister of Interior, Al-Adly, achieving the “fair” demands of the Copts after the incident in the Saints