The Arab revolutionary juggernaut continues to roll through the Middle East, striking the normally quiet oil-rich country of Oman, where police killed two protesters.
Month: February 2011
The new military regime in Egypt has banned deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak from leaving the country and frozen his assets, according to military sources quoted by the Egyptian Ahram Online website.
Most Americans think that the political upheaval spreading throughout the Arab world may wind up drawing the United States into a new large-scale war, a Rasmussen Reports poll found.
Palestinian Authority Arabs in Hevron are demanding full access to the city's only majority-Jewish street, while Jews remain confined to a mere 3% of the city.
People celebrate 2 weeks since Mubarak stepped down
As the violent protests in Libya continue, Israel National News TV visited the Libyan Jewry Heritage Center in Israel to hear the feelings of those Jews who came from Libya.
Anti-regime protesters in Libya successfully pushed back dictator Muammar Qaddafi's troops on Thursday, seizing control of cities near the capital. Opposition forces are now planning to take Tripoli.
The Egyptian effort to mediate between Hamas and Fatah has resumed, Wasel Abu Yousef, a member of the PLO Executive Committee, said Thursday.
Reports from Israel's largest cities, Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv Yafo (Jaffa), indicate that relations between Jews and Arabs in the mixed cities are at a boiling point. In Jerusalem, Jews have been arrested on suspicion of murdering an Arab man, while in Yafo, Jewish nationalists are planning a march next week
So far in February, The New York Times has run two op-eds sympathetic to the Muslim Brotherhood and a news story favorable to the groupâ€™s leader, Yusuf Al-Qaradawi. CAMERA says readers must demand more of the "full picture."