Israel Calls Peaceful Palestinian Protests – ‘A Virus’

As people throughout the Middle East are staging uprisings struggling to achieve governmental transparency and democracy, Palestinians under siege in Israel face the harshest reality of all their neighboring countries

Ikhwanweb condemns barbaric killing of Italian activist

Ikhwanweb vehemently denounces the killing of the kidnapped Italian peace activist who had been found dead in a home in the blockaded Gaza Strip.

Egypt – Cleaning Up in the Aftermath of the Revolution

Just as Egypt starts to return to calm, ousted Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, who was toppled from power two months ago, defended himself before the nation on Sunday.

Al-Azhar Refused to Resume Dialogue with the Vatican Except after Receiving Formal Apology

Informed sources stated that the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Sheikh Ahmed Tayeb received Michael Gerald, the Vatican's ambassador informally on Tuesday afternoon in Cairo.

MB: Freedom and Justice Party Grants Christians Rights Denied during Mubarak’s Reign

The Muslim Brotherhood's media spokesman Mohamed Saad el-Katatni said the new atmosphere of freedom opened the door for all Islamist sects like Salafists and others to be an integral part

PM appoints 8 new governors including a Copt

Egypt’s new Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has appointed eight new governors including a Copt following numerous protests and public demands in a series of mass protests which began January 25.

75% of Americans support current democratic transformations in Arab world

An opinion poll of the American public revealed that 75% of Americans support the current democratic transformations in the Arab world as opposed to 84% two years earlier.