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There is a new wave of attacks in the form of advertisements in western media from emigrant Copts. For the thousandth time, emigrant Copts continue their cheap trials to destroy the national unity by claiming that Egypt has become a place for sectarianism and that having a tattoo of a cross or...
A statement by the movement’s spiritual leader Ali Sadr Al Din Bayanouni said a reported crackdown on Rifa’at Assad’s stronghold in the port city of Latakia was part of the Syrian president’s campaign to pave the way for the transfer of power to his son, Bashhar.
Egyptian security authorities recently announced the sudden and completely unexpected arrest of 20 leaders of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.
A nearly forgotten people of the book, the Sabaean sect in Iraq adheres to its traditions while stressing what it has in common with Islam. They prefer to call themselves mindaa’ii "those who know", or Mandaeans, from manda, their word for temple.
Security forces arrested the three leaders of the new organization of the Muslim Brotherhood. The state security prosecution faced the three leaders -- engineer Mohammed Ali Bashir, Dr. Mohammed Abd Al-Bad’a Abd Al-Maged and Dr. Sa’ad Zaghloul -- with investigations that assured that they are the...
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday expressed his deep belief in the freedom of expression but urged journalists to be objective and responsible in their coverage of events and avoid exploiting their freedom in any way that might harm Jordan’s interests.
The past few years have witnessed the growth of zealous invitations to imitate the press of industrial countries through launching absolute and "completely" unconditional press freedoms.
This Freedom from Religious Persecution Act gives America the right to interfere in diplomatic ways to the concerned governments and if a government does not respond, it is the right of the U.S. administration to impose any sanctions that it (the U.S.) sees fit. The author stresses that several...
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.
Two developments occupied the minds of Jordanians last week and both are going to continue to dominate politics around here for some time to come. The first was the reported agreement between the government of Prime Minister Abdur-Ra’uf S. Rawabdeh and political parties to revamp the Elections Law...

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