The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) yesterday welcomed measures announced on Monday to finalise reconciliation among member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), group spokesman, Talaat Fahmi, said in a statement. Fahmi...
Lebanese erupted in fury online after a statue of assassinated Iranian General Qassem Soleimani appeared in Beirut
Settler attacks will push Palestinians to take action to stop such violations, Hamas said in a statement posted on its website yesterday. "Hamas calls for forming popular protection committees in the...
Saudi Arabia is re-opening its air, land and sea borders with Qatar after a 3-year embargo
19-year-old Hallel Rabin spent 56 days in jail after refusing to complete military service she believes it allows 'criminals, thieves and swindlers to roam free and run the state'...
This happened over 4 months after the 4 August explosion in Beirut's port when 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate ignited and exploded.
On New Year's Day, Israeli settlers attacked Palestinians
Gaza has got its first immersion printing service
As Israel celebrates Global lead in the Covid-19 vaccine rollout Palestinians are excluded
The tragedy has underscored the corruption and negligence at the heart of Egypt's ruling government...
Iraqi security authorities arrested a man and his wife as they tried to sell their five-year-old son in Baghdad
Soleimani, leader of an elite overseas unit of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, was killed on 3 January 2020
There is nothing like these warm fried strips of dough that are soaked in syrup, so super crispy on the outside and soft and syrupy on the inside!
Palestinians in the final hours of 2020 as Gaza prepares for 2021
"I've inherited this handicraft -it was passed down from one generation to the other, and we'll continue to hold onto it"
Today, Carthage is a wealthy suburb of the Tunisian capital Tunis where the ruins of the once-mighty ancient city have attracted tourists for decades.
A children's hospital was among the buildings damaged by the attacks
Tehran received season's first snowfall on Christmas Eve, spreading cheer among the country's tiny Christian population. This year, the revelry associated with the festival in Iran has been dampened...
Bethlehem's leaders say they want to be a beacon of hope
Due to Covid cases rising in Gaza, churches are forced to close for Christmas
The Israeli municipality in occupied Jerusalem forced a Palestinian woman from the village of Silwan to demolish her house over claims that it lacked building licenses
Our interview with Dr Reza Zia-Ebrahimi, historian of nationalism and race at King's College London, about Islamophobia in France in light of President Emmanuel Macron's recent comments about Islam being 'in crisis'.
The law punishes perpetrators with up to two years imprisonment and a fine of up to 20 times the value of the minimum wage, which would currently amount to nearly $450 at the official exchange rate.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party and his government partner Benny Gantz, head of the Blue and White party, failed on Monday to pass a bill that delays the passing of the budget
Orthodox Jewish group members protest against Zionism and the state of Israel in Jerusalem
The El Al flight was decorated with Moroccan and Israeli flags and the word “peace” in Hebrew, Arabic and English
"You will not see these heroic soldiers on the media or on television or cinema, but you will only see them in reality as they preserve the lives of many children and women"
'Gaza is one of the most densely populated places on earth. The skyrocketing numbers of COVID-19 cases speak of this density'
Farmers in the Beit Lahia area appealed to the Ministry of Agriculture and international organisations to save them from losses after three days of rain that led to the flooding of the irrigation stream around the fields
Dozens of Palestinians who lost their legs in Israeli attacks on the Strip participated in a cycling race organised by the Rehabilitation and Social Training Association in cooperation with the Medical Aid Society in the Nuseirat refugee camp on 21 December 2020.
On 15 May 1948, terrorist gangs acting for the nascent state of Israel attacked Palestinian cities and towns. Almost 70 massacres were perpetrated, in which more than 15,000 Palestinians...
The US Embassy condemned the attack and urged all Iraqi political and governmental leaders to take steps to prevent such attacks and to hold accountable those responsible