Libya’s interim prime minister confirms the presence of chemical weapons in Libya, claims the country has no interest in keeping them.
Month: October 2011
UNESCO accepts the PA as a member, risking the loss of 22 percent of its budget from the US. Congressmen urge cutoff of money.
During the election campaign Ennahda vowed not to tamper with personal status laws, especially those related to women, said lawyer and activist Bushra Belhaj Hemeida.
The new Egyptian regime has allowed the Muslim Brotherhood to visit Gaza, a move that widens the Iranian-Hamas-Hizbullah terror Axis.
The Arab Spring uprisings, warmly praised by President Obama, may work to Iran’s advantage, warns the Czech Prime Minister.
A week after a Saudi cleric offers a $100,000 for kidnapping an Israeli soldier, a Saudi prince tops him and adds another $900,000.
Syrian President Bashar Assad issues warning to the West: If you intervene in Syria, there will be an earthquake in the region.
Israel is not waiting for the Islamic Jihad terrorist organization to decide the next move, says IDF Spokesman Brig.-Gen. Yoav Mordechai.
Prime Minister says terrorists will pay a higher price than they did until now, till rocket fire ceases.
Twenty-six unmarked makeshift graves covered by breeze-blocks were discovered at a water treatment plant in Number Two district where pro- Qaddafi fighters put up a final stand after several weeks of heavy bombardment.