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Morsi Back After Massive Protests Threaten Palace

After a night of protests threatening the presidential palace, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has returned home, despite national outrage over his attempts at constitutional reform.

U.S. Senators Urge Morsi to Halt Gaza Arms Smuggling

A bipartisan slate of U.S. senators urged Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to crack down on arms smuggling into the Gaza Strip.

Iranian Jewish Woman Stabbed To Death in Isfahan

A Jewish woman was stabbed to death in Isfahan, Iran, as part of an ongoing religious fight between the woman and her Muslim neighbors.

Senate Passes Enhanced Iran Sanctions Over White House Objections

The Obama administration made a last-minute effort to kill the amendment.

Amid International Condemnation, Israel Selling New Apartments East of Jerusalem

"There is no benefit in maintaining a de facto construction freeze while Abbas is delegitimizing Israel."

Text of Egyptian Constitution Draft

Parts of Egypt's proposed constitution have been translated by Egypt Independent. While quite long, the following is not the complete translation. Egypt Independent will be ...

Egyptian Referendum on Dec. 15

Egyptian President Morsi has called for a referendum on the country's constitution to be held on December 15th. Demonstrations and rallies, some of them violent,...

Updated: Rumors From Syria

Not a week passes without some new rumor from Syria tearing up the social media channels. Here's the latest about Assad.

50 UN Members Did Not Support Palestinian Upgrade

A measure of sanity among the world's nations must be acknowledged and even praised.

Abdullah, King of Saudi Arabia, 88

The king of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, is clinically dead, according to Al-Sharq al-Awsat daily news.

Misogy-text: Saudi Men Get SMS When Women Leave the Country

A new electronic tracking system sends SMS messages to the male guardians of Saudi Arabian women who attempt to cross the border, according to a report in Al-Arabiya.

Good Morning, We’re Having a Palestinian State and Israel Kind of Approves

Israel no longer intends to dismantle the Oslo Accords if Abbas goes through with his UN gambit.

Angry Protesters in Tahrir Square: Morsi Will Fall Tonight

Thousands of protesters are converging on Tahrir Square from points around Cairo to rally against President Mohamed Morsi’s constitutional declaration. One protester has died...

Protester Dies: When Is a Dictator Not a Dictator? Never

The day after the U.S. administration cast Morsi in the role of new peacekeeper, he recast himself as something more like a new pharoah. And, despite what the New York Times and the Washington Post wrote, he is not giving back any of the real power he's granted himself.

Explosion Destroys Egyptian Intelligence Building

Al Arabiya reports that a large explosion destroyed part of an Egyptian intelligence building. The building is located in Rafah, near the Gaza border, in...

New Concessions to Hamas: Territorial Water Doubled, Smuggling and Infiltration Made Easier

In practice this will mean that Israeli naval forces will not be challenging Gazan boats.

Two More Lebanese Rockets Neutralized

Two more rockets pointed at Israel were found and neutralized in Lebanon.

Egypt’s Morsi Hailed ‘Power Broker’

International media are touting the Israel-Hamas ceasefire agreement as a political boon for Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, saying the brokering of the deal has made the new president a “major regional player”.

French FM: Iran to Blame for Gaza War

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius outraged Tehran by placing the onus of “heavy responsibility” for the recent war between Israel and Gaza terrorists on Iran.

Netanyahu Accepted a Ceasefire with ‘No Assassinations’ Clause

Clinton made no mention of Hamas in her short speech, referring only to PA president Mahmoud Abbas.

In Gaza, Israel Confronts An Enemy With Stronger Missiles And Closer Allies

KFAR AZA, Israel – In some ways, Israel’s latest confrontation with Hamas looks like past conflicts in the Gaza Strip. Operation Pillar of Defense has left some key Hamas leaders dead, depleted weapons supplies and hit more than 1,000 targets in Gaza.

Muslim Brothers’ Spring: Police Shoot Protestors in Tahrir Sq. (Video)

Crowds are chanting slogans denouncing the Interior Ministry and the Muslim Brotherhood and demanding the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi.

Iran: Emir of Qatar Worked for Israel, Betrayed Hamas

Iran’s Fars news agency is alleging that emir of Qatar, King Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani helped Israel kill Hamas terror leaders by placing tracking devices throughout the region.

IAF Kills 2 in Gaza while Egypt PM Is Visiting

Israeli war planes bombed northern Gaza on Friday morning, killing two, as Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil was paying a visit, Palestinian security sources...

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