“When I die, I hope that my biography will include just one line: Mohamed Mohamed Mounir Youssef participated in the revolution of January 25 2011 honestly and sincerely.” Mohamed...
Egypt will not be issuing licenses for new vehicles used in public transport unless they run on natural gas
The TV host repeatedly asked his children, “Who wants to feed a Bedouin?”
Israel is set to turn ancient Muslim cemetery in Jaffa into a homeless shelter
Students and families in Gaza celebrate their success in high school exams
As many as 10,000 Israelis headed to Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square to demonstrate against the government’s “insufficient” economic support for citizens during the COVID-19 crisis
"Look, I think he is a prime suspect in terms of determining who ordered or who incited the killing. He is in the picture. Personally, I do not have the evidence pointing to him as having ordered the crime"
The president said Hagia Sophia's doors will be open for Turks, foreigners, Muslims, and non-Muslims as is the case with all other mosques
The nearly 1,500-year-old architectural gem will be transferred to the state Religious Affairs Directorate under a presidential decree
A top Turkish court struck down the 1934 Cabinet decree that turned Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia into a museum, paving the way for its use again as a mosque after an 85-year hiatus
The controversial photoshoot is part of a series of reforms that the kingdom has been implementing in recent years in order to open up its economy to international tourism and modernisation
Instagram said in a statement that the content “shouldn’t have been removed”
A Lebanese businessman who was jailed in the US for financing Hezbollah has returned home after an early release due to his poor health
An interview with former Deputy Prime Minister Cevdet Yilmaz
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has urged Egypt to stop harassing US citizens
An Egyptian man who locked his sister in a house for 22 years has been arrested
Egyptian proposal to re-erect the statue of French diplomat and developer of the Suez Canal Ferdinand de Lesseps at Port Said has sparked debate
A Palestinian detainee held in Israel jails has died of medical negligence
Young Palestinian soccer players, all amputees, and many on crutches were back on the field in Gaza on Tuesday for the first time since coronavirus restrictions were eased in...
Al-Azhar, Egypt’s top Sunni Muslim authority, appealed for victims to speak out and be supported
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi has pledged to bring the assassins of a leading political and security expert to justice
Protestors in the UK hit the streets to oppose the Yemen war
Helicopters and F-16 fighter jets were used to send at least five rockets across the Al-Zaytoun neighbourhood to the east of Gaza City
Algeria welcomed home the fighters’ remains on Friday after more than 170 years in France
Quran courses reopened in Gaza mosques after two months of closure due to coronavirus
Palestine Expo - the biggest Palestine event goes online for 2020!
A special social distancing Egyptian robot hands out exams to students
Algeria has released key protest movement leader Karim Tabbou and 3 other activists as independence day approaches
The Ukrainian plane was shot down shortly after take-off in Tehran in January 2020.
Jordanian actress Mais Hamdan sparked anger after posting a comedy sketch on Instagram which many felt inappropriately made fun of women with big or crooked teeth.
Fit for the Sultans, this dessert dates back to the time of the Ottoman Empire and it is where it gets its name from
Fatah official: Unity 'will inspire us to build a strategic vision, to lead the street'