Netanyahu’s military secretary skips UK visit fearing arrest

The Israeli Prime Minister’s military secretary, Gen. Yohanan Locker, decided not to accompany Benjamin Netanyahu on his trip to London fearing arrest, according to Israeli army radio.

Israeli occupation steps up measures in the W.B. in response to reconciliation

The Israeli occupation has stepped its military measures in the West Bank, through reinstating road blocks and repeated raids of Palestinian villages and towns over the past few days.

Arab League Chief Recognizes MB Dominance

Arab League Secretary Amr Mousa has stated that if he was elected as Egypt’s next President he would break with former President Hosni Mubarak's reliably amenable policies toward Israel.

Syria labels Friday Day of Defiance

This Friday has been labelled as “Day of Defiance” by Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad’s opponents following the uprising against his rule in the face of the deadly crackdown that has

MB Chairman: Palestine and the New Era

Addressing the Palestinian cause Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie called for the country’s next parliament to review the Camp David peace accord with Israel.

Report: Israel killed 22 Palestinians last month

The international Tadamun (solidarity) society for human rights said in its monthly report that Israel killed 22 Palestinians, all of them from the Gaza Strip, during intensive artillery and aerial

Haneyya lauds Egyptian role in phone call with Sharaf

Palestinian premier in the Gaza Strip Ismail Haneyya reached his Egyptian counterpart Esam Sharaf over the telephone at a late hour on Wednesday night and thanked him for his country's

MB Pays Tribute to Labour Activists

A celebration is scheduled Sunday May 8, to honour a number of labour movement activists both living and departed who played a significant role in defending workers' rights in the