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by: Ayman Mohyeldin 2010-11-19
Al Jazeera's Ayman Mohyeldin examines the key to controlling Egypt ahead of a parliamentary election...

The streets of Gaza erupted on Sunday evening... not in anger or protest... but in rare celebration...

by: Ahmed Janabi 2009-12-25
Controversy over article 76 of the Egyptian constitution has now resurfaced after Amr Mousa, the general-secretary of the Arab League and a former Egyptian foreign minister, said it is an obstacle preventing him from running for the presidency...

The UN human rights council has endorsed the Goldstone report on Israel's war on Gaza, which accuses the military of using disproportionate force as well as laying charges of war crimes on Israeli occupation forces and Hamas...

by: Mohamed El-Moctar El-Shinqiti 2009-10-14
Nowadays, the more "religious" some Muslims regard themselves to be, the less tolerant they are. The cause is a troubling intellectual decline of the Islamic civilization...

We join you with our voices in your journey towards change; a change that will bring justice for all people. No one can blame you if you don’t attain justice for all people, but you will no doubt blamed if you don’t repel oppression," Haniyyah continued. ..

by: Farah El Alfy 2008-11-20
Amal Soliman, a 32-year-old Egyptian woman, has endured intimidation and ridicule in the year since she applied for a job as the Muslim world’s first mazouna, or female marriage registrar, but she says her victory has been worth the fight..

by: Dina Abdel-Mageed 2008-9-20
When a US-based television network introduced Ro’ya Zanaty, a veiled Egyptian woman, as part of its "21 and the World is Yours" programme, it portrayed her as a "combination of contradictions"...

by: Amin Mohamed 2008-8-22
We condemned, opposed and rejected this coup for very clear reasons: First: Due our attitude of rejecting military coups or the use of force to reach power. Second: The country has been witnessing a healthy democratic atmosphere. It has been witnessing political competition and every party was free to do whatever he wants as long as it is in line with the constitution and law...

The L’Islam de Marché: L’Autre Révolution Conservatrice (Market Islam: the Other Conservative Revolution) traces a part in contemporary Islamic awakening which was ignored by observers and media, think tanks and publishing houses which are competing with each other on political Islam movements in a way that mounts to a state of ambiguity...

The head of the UN nuclear monitoring agency has criticised the US for withholding intelligence information that it says showed the construction of a nuclear reactor in Syria. ..

Muqtada al-Sadr, the Shia leader, has called on Arab countries to support his militia’s battle against "US occupation" as clashes between Shia groups and Iraqi government troops entered their fifth day. The remarks came as Nuri al-Maliki, the Iraqi prime minister called the fighting in the southern city of Basra "a decisive and final battle". More than 200 people have reportedly died since an Iraqi military crackdown in Basra sparked violence across the country. ..

by: Gideon Rachman 2008-1-23
Egyptian authorities have detained scores of activists from the opposition Muslim Brotherhood for staging protests against Israel’s ongoing blockade of Gaza. ..

European Union politicians have adopted a resolution criticising Egypt’s human rights record, as Cairo threatened to sever ties with the assembly and summoned EU ambassadors to complain...

Turkey is expected to amend a heavily criticised law which makes "insulting Turkishness" illegal, in order to improve its chances of entering the EU...

A female suicide bomber has detonated explosives at a checkpoint manned by neighbourhood patrol volunteers in the capital of Diyala province, killing 10 people and wounding eight, Iraqi police say...

Up to eight Palestinians have been killed and dozens more wounded in Israeli ground and air raids targeting the Hamas-ruled Palestinian territory of Gaza. The dead include a mother and daughter and at least three fighters..

Egyptian authorities started to move Gaza Strip pilgrims to the city of Al-Arish near the borders with the strip after allowing the ferry carrying them to make them disembark in the Egyptian port of Noweiba , Aljazeera correspondent in Egypt reported...

by: Ahmed Fayad 2007-12-30
Atmospheres of worry and concern overshadow the Palestinian people in Gaza Strip due to the ongoing crisis of the 2200 Gaza Strip pilgrims who were stranded in the open sea for hours on their way back from the Holy Lands..

by: Amr Magdi 2007-12-22
A human rights report confirmed that some 3245 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members have been detained in Egypt in 2007, including 2204 placed in a provisional detention, 613 detainees and 428 under custody. The report "Absent Justice" issued by Sawasya Center for Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination, a copy of which was obtained by Ikhwanweb, details detentions and cases against the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt in 2007...

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