Shura Council Speaker: Gulf and Egyptian National Security are Interdependent

Shura Council (Egyptian Parliament’s second Chamber) receives Bahraini delegation, assures united endeavors against all threats to national security to both countries.

MB and the Gulf States

As the Muslim Brotherhood ascends to power, a question remains on how the once “banned” group will handle the issue of ties with the Arab Gulf states.

Daily Mail: The Brave Women of the Middle East

After being viciously beaten by a 10-strong mob of Egyptian male soldiers, this woman lies helplessly on the ground as her shirt is ripped from her body and a man

Erdo?an’s Middle East Agenda

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an's visit to Egypt, Tunisia and Libya Sept. 12-16 is seen as a new chapter in Turkey's relationship with the Middle East.

Three Big Challenges Threatening the Arab Uprisings

With the fall of Muammar Qaddafi’s headquarters in Bab Al-Aziziyyah in Tripoli on August 23, Libya became the third country to oust its long-serving dictator after the fall of Tunisia’s

Syrian YouTube Video Mocking Hezbollah and Ahmadinejad Gains Popularity in Egypt

Hezbollah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah's support for Bashar Al-Assad outraged many across the Arab and the Muslim world.

Muslim Brotherhood Calls on Iran to End Its Support of Syrian Regime

The Muslim Brotherhood called on Iran to end its support of the current Syrian government in the wake of violent clashes that have erupted since mid-March which left nearly 2000

Amnesty’s 2011 Report: Paints Dismal Picture of Bahrain ‘s Human Rights Violations

Amnesty International's Annual Report of 2011 for Bahrain indicates a dismal picture of human rights in the country with unfair trials, arrests of anti-government activists, repression of freedom of expression,

Bahrain Authorities Declare War on Media in All its Forms

ANHRI has condemned today the Bahraini authorities for blocking the access to the dependent Al-Qudus Al-Arabi newspaper website on Monday 23th May 2011 in Bahrain.

The New Pan-Arabism

Political pan-Arabism was a failure. Will poplar pan-Arabism be more successful? Will Arab solidarity be more than an empty slogan? Three developments are necessary at this historic moment if the