Condemning Anti-Jewish Slogans, Ennahdha “Jews in Tunisia are full citizens with equal rights and duties”

At the reception of Mr Ismail Haniyeh at Tunis-Carthage Airport on Thursday 5 January 2011, a handful of individuals among the hundreds of people welcoming Mr Haniyeh raised some anti-Jewish

MB Chairman Offers Condolences to Palestinians

Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie offered condolences to the Muslim world in general and the Palestinians in particular following the death of Sheik Mohamed Hassan Shamaa.

MB Calls on Military Junta to Break the Siege of Gaza

The Muslim Brotherhood has called on the Supreme Council of the armed forces, that reflects the people's will, to break the siege which is suffocating the lives of the people

No such thing as justice in the Holy Land, Palestinian Church leaders tell the Irish

Stuart Littlewood views a recent tour of the Republic of Ireland by a delegation of Church leaders from Palestine during which they described in meetings with Irish politicians the situation

Cutting through the confusion about Israel/Palestine

Richard Forer, a former member of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), exposes the deceitful and dishonest foundations on which support for Israel is built.

What Anglicans need is another Tutu as top cat

Stuart Littlewood views the silence of the head of the Anglican Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, over Palestinian suffering, especially in Gaza, which he had promised to visit

Haniyeh interview:

“We want to say to President Abbas: don’t endorse the deceitful conference that President Bush wants to hold in order to try to whitewash his failure in the Middle East.

’We know what we want’

The Palestinian prime minister, Ismail Haniyeh, talks to Rory McCarthy about his hopes for a national unity government Palestinian prime minister, Ismail Haniyeh, of the Islamic group Hamas, heads a