Arab-Israeli Conflict


Katatni Criticizes US Policies in Middle East in Meeting With American Officials

Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Secretary General of the Freedom and Justice Party met with Mr. Prem Kumar, director of Egypt affairs on the National Security staff at the White House,

Mishaal meets with Egyptian elites in Cairo

Head of Hamas's political bureau Khaled Mishaal met on Friday with a galaxy of Egyptian noted figures and intellectuals.

Egypt and Tunisia Revolutions high on Arab League’s discussion list

Items were placed on the Arab League agenda by secretary general, Amr Mousa and resolutions were passed Monday at the League’s Cairo office confirming that the 135th meeting of the

How to anger the pro-Israel lobby

To their eternal shame, Western churchmen seem to care little about the plight of their brothers and sisters in the Holy Land or the fate of the holy places where

Is a Jewish holocaust against the Palestinians in the offing?

A few days ago, Dov Lior, the Rabbi of the Jewish colony of Kiryat Arba, called for the annihilation of the people of the city of Nablus. Speaking to fellow

US Hamas policy blocks Middle East peace

Failed bilateral talks over these past 16 years have shown that a Middle East peace accord can never be reached by the parties themselves. Israeli governments believe they can defy

Time to crack down on settlement funding – by Yousef Munayyer

To say that the proliferation of Israeli settlements in Occupied Palestinian Territory is an impediment to peace is an understatement.

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations conduct debate one year after Obama’s historical Cairo speech

The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and announced that they will host a panel debate at The New York times headquarters.

Egypt ranks last by rule-of-law index report

The International Justice Project' (IJP) s latest rule-of-law index report revealed that Egypt ranked last of all the Arab states as opposed to Qatar, which came first on the index,

Palestine Exists on Film

Over the past 10 years Palestinian filmmakers have constructed a specific national identity on screen. More directly political than the earlier portrayals of Palestinian lives and stories, filmmaking has become