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  • Reconciliation
    Fatah competes for bloody attention
    Hate is the answer, right? Who can hate Israel the most, Hamas or Fatah? Is that the contest and way forward? Absolutely not. If Palestinians continue to pursue this line of illogic, the people will not achieve anything. In fact, the constant war...
  • Pakistan ISI calls for killing Canadian writer for siding with Balochistan
    Pakistan ISI calls for killing Canadian writer for siding with Balochistan
    Pakistan's infamous Inter-Services Intelligence agency has openly called for the death of a Pakstani writer and activist based in Toronto, Canada, accusing him of being a Mossad agent.According to Tarek Fatah, who has been in the forefront of...
  • A gathering in Tahrir Square
    Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood seeks peace
    Most people will remember that last year there were a group of closely followed uprisings in the middle east, known as the arab spring. There has been much debate about what created the massive support for democratic reform across the middle east;...
  • Yasser and Suha Araft
    Arrest Warrant Issued For the Wife of Yasser Arafat
    Ask any Palestinian to identify the proverbial father is of their national movement and he/she will undoubtedly say, Yasser Arafat.For many of us outside the Palestinian community in general and in the Jewish community in particular, we remember...
  • Israel President, Palestine Prime Minister call for peace
    Rep. Ackerman Condemns Abbas NYT Op-Ed; Likens It to “Spoiled Meat”
    U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-NY), the top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia, today released the following statement in response to President Mahmoud Abbas’ opinion piece “The Long...
  • U.S. Congressman Gary Ackerman condemns Hamas-Fatah agreement
    Ackerman calls Fatah-Hamas deal 'ghastly mistake' that will cost Israeli lives
    U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-NY), the top Democrat on the House Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia, issued the following statement today in response to news that Fatah and Hamas had reached an agreement on forming a unity government and...
  • Hamas’ hypocritical ambivalence
    Hamas’ hypocrisy: When it comes to someone else’s uprising, well.
    When it comes to supporting popular uprisings-Hamas seems to have a case of "Not in my backyard.""At first glance, Hamas should have every reason to welcome the developments in Egypt," writes Mark A. Heller a researcher at the...