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Will the Change Longed for in Egypt Ever Happen?
More than two years after the January 25 revolution in Egypt people are still waiting for the change they thought would follow, after the ousting of former dictator Hosni Mubarak. Despite the changes brought...
Al-Qaida Conquers Town in Yemen
On January 16, Al-Qaida forces took over Radda, a Yemeni town 100 miles south of the capital, and captured the local prison,...
The UK Prime Minister Visits Saudi Arabia
David Cameron recently visited Saudi Arabia for the first time as Prime Minister to strengthen the UK-Saudi partnership....
Tunisia’s Islamist Party Speaks Out Against Anti-Semitism
Conservative Muslims shouted anti-Semitic slogans when Ismail Haniyeh, the prime minister of the Gaza government, arrived...
Christians for Fair Witness on the Middle East Urges for Israel Palestine Peace
As talks in Amman, Jordan continue, Christians for Fair Witness on the Middle East urges Israel and the Palestinian Authority...
Emirates Expansion on Full Throttle
Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, recently announced that it was going to expand its network by creating...
Doron Matalon and Why Israeli Women Fight for Equality
Israeli women have been under pressure for years to sit in the back of buses that serve strictly religious Jews. Like Rosa...
Saudi Arabia Confiscates SR5 Billion Worth of Drugs in 2011
According to the Interior Ministry spokesman, Major General Mansour Al-Turki, a total of drugs worth more than SR5 billion...
Egypt: What to Expect Next?
With 2011 coming to an end, Egypt is now left with the remains of a revolution that delivered mixed results. Like several...
Rebels Hold Qaddafi’s Son
Muammar el-Qaddafi’s son and supposed heir, Seif al-Islam el-Qaddafi, is being detained by a rebel militia outside of the Libyan...
Washington Post Iraq Editorial Condemned by USCCAR
The US Committee for Camp Ashraf Residents (USCCAR) deplores Washington Post's editorial – A U.S. plan to save Iranians...
Syria, Human Rights Watch Report on Crimes Against Humanity
The international organization Human Rights Watch released a report on Thursday, December 15, concerning violations and abuses...
IMF to Rekindle Credit Program, Afghanistan Says
A credit program will be reinstated for Afghanistan, its government stated on Tuesday, by the International Monetary Fund....
Egypt’s Black Cloud
Egyptians must prepare themselves for the “black cloud,” a thick layer of smog that is produced from burning straw, every...
Can Arab League End the Game of Thrones in Syria?
The Arab league has voted to suspend Syria from its meetings on November 16th if the regime in Damascus fails to implement...
Syria, Arab League Suspends Membership While Death Toll Rises
Unconfirmed reports from activist in the eight-month-old uprising of the people of Syria say that 50 people were killed in a violent...
World Braces for Middle-Eastern Showdown
Israeli president Shimon Peres recently claimed an attack on Iran is closer than ever, and poses the ”biggest threat”...
Homecoming of US-Israeli Accused Spy, Ilan Grapel
Ilan Grapel, 27, was arrested in Cairo during a protest rally on June 12 and accused of being a spy. He was put in an Egyptian...
Rescue Efforts Continue After Turkish Earthquake
After a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked Turkey on Sunday, people are scrambling to rescue those who may still be buried underneath...
Like Father Like Son: The Syrian Regime Unmasked
Rarely do you find a person with an interest in Middle Eastern politics, or a citizen of the region who is not familiar with...
Muammar Gaddafi Confirmed Dead by Libyan Prime Minister
As of this morning, the U.S. received official statement from Libya's prime minister confirming Muammar Gaddafi's death....
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Violence, Carnage and Voting in Pakistan
The wave of violence engulfed Pakistan on its election day on May 11, 2013. Pakistan...
Will the Change Longed for in Egypt Ever Happen?
More than two years after the January 25 revolution in Egypt people are still waiting...
Can Egypt Afford a Second Revolution?
Last week’s decree made by Egypt’s president Mohamed Morsi brought Egyptians...
UAE : Wearing Vendetta Masks is a Crime
The police in United Arab Emirates (UAE) have warned against wearing vendetta masks...
UAE Issues a New Law for Internet Users
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) President, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, issued...
14-year-old Girl Arrested for Allegedly Burning the Quran
On August 16, a fourteen-year-old Christian girl, Rimsha Masih, was arrested in Islamabad...
Syrian Prime Minister Riyad Hijab Defects from Regime
Syrian Prime Minister Riyad Hijab has confirmed his defection from Al Assad's government...
Syria's Hijab: “I Am from Today a Soldier in This...
The Syrian Prime Minister, Riyad Hijab, has resigned and joined the revolutionary...
Tensions Rise Within Syria and on the Global Stage
The conflict in Syria rages on as the Battle of Aleppo enters its third week on August...
Protests Intensify in Ramadan Across Bahrain
During the holy month of Ramadan, life usually slows down in the Middle East. The main...
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Gay Marriage Bill Survives ‘Wrecking’ Amendment
Thanks to the votes of Labour MPs, David Cameron handily defeated a rebel backbencher’s...
The Men Who Gave Up the Papacy
Pope Benedict XVI is not the only pope to hand over the Keys of St. Peter to someone...
Pope Benedict XVI To Resign
Pope Benedict XVI has shocked the world by announcing that he will relinquish the papacy...
Boston Marathon Bombing: Importance of Twitter in a Crisis
Through the smoke billowing out from the two explosions and amidst the screams of those...
Outrage at CNN Reporter Sympathising with Steubenville...
All over social media sites like Twitter and Facebook there has been a growing outcry...
TSA to Permit Small Knives and Baseball Bats Onboard...
A proposal by the Transport Security Administration (TSA) to condone “small knives”...
2012: A Busy Year for American Red Cross with 113 Disasters
Washington, U.S.A. -- In a busy year filled with hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires,...
U.S. Medical Care Resembles "Vampire Economy," Surgeon...
Tucson, U.S.A. -- The United States is forfeiting a half century of leadership in medical...
Give Miracles: Campaign to Raise $7.5 Million for Autism...
Philadelphia, U.S.A. -- The Center for Autism Research at The Children's Hospital...
Kelvin Doe: "They call me DJ Focus"
Meet Kelvin Doe. He’s the 16 year old inventor that has recently been a hit among...
Tragedy Strikes Foremost South African Orchestra
The economic crisis is ongoing. South Africans, however, seem to be facing an economic...
Zambians on Second Term for Barack Obama
Zambia, together with many African countries, has welcomed the second term for the US president...
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