The Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, in the Palestinian self-rule areas has asked His Majesty King Abdullah to intervene in the case against 21 men detained in a crackdown on the movement in the Kingdom, officials said on Sunday.
Prime Minister Ehud Barak officially opened new archaeological excavations near Al Haram Al Sharif, a flash point of Arab-Israeli enmity. The site’s political and religious sensitivity exploded in bloodshed three years ago.
A Palestinian court ordered the release Monday of Abdul Aziz Rantisi, a top member of the Islamic militant group Hamas.
Jordan’s crackdown on Hamas, the Islamic Resistance Movement known for its suicide attacks on Israelis, will strengthen the group’s more moderate Palestinian-based leadership, officials and analysts believe.
Prime Minister Abdur-Ra’uf S. Rawabdeh had a late night meeting with Muslim Brotherhood leaders for talks on the closure of the offices of the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, in Jordan.
What are the appropriate criteria by which to evaluate enterprises of conquest and settlement? What is the role of the Bible?...The obvious contradiction between what some claim to be God’s will and ordinary civilized, decent behavior poses the question as to whether God is a chauvinistic,...
Police on Monday closed down the offices of the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, in Amman, rounded up 12 of its members and issued arrest warrants against four of its leaders, official sources said on Monday.
The controversial ties between Muslim Brotherhood "hawks" in Jordan and the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in the self-rule areas were the hidden reasons behind growing feuds within the Brotherhood ranks, Islamist and independent sources said this week.
Nine hundred years after the Crusaders swept in to wrest the Holy Land from Muslim "infidels" in a fury of blood and fire, Christians retracing their path arrived in Jerusalem Monday [July 12, 1999] to apologies for the crimes of their ancestors. "We came here to acknowledge that what was done then...
Rose el-Youssef describes the life of Lieutenant General Fouad Aziz Ghali, a Coptic Christian, leader of an Egyptian army and a hero of the October war of 1973.