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Israeli Occupation Authorities (IOA) are expected to release on Monday the Jerusalemite MP Mohamed Totah and the former Minister of Jerusalem Affairs Khaled Abu Arafa, media sources in the Change and reform parliamentary bloc said.
The sources told Quds Press that Totah and Abu Arafa’s release followed two months in administrative detention.
The two Jerusa
Member of Hamas's political bureau Mousa Abu Marzouk said that the Palestinian unity government agreed to pay the salaries of the former government employees in Gaza next Wednesday.
In televised remarks last night, Abu Marzouk said that the civil servants who were hired by the former government in Gaza would be able to receive their salaries next Wednesday as agreed with the government in Ram
Hamas Movement has renewed its total rejection to be dragged into secondary battles following the escalated incitement against the movement.
Ezzet al-Resheq, member of the Movement’s political bureau, wrote on his Facebook page at dawn Monday that those who sacrificed their lives for the sake of Palestine and who achieved a legendary victory against the occupation will never be dragged into any secondary bat
The appointment of a new commander for the Israeli army’s Gaza Division is a proof of Israel’s admission of defeat in the Gaza offensive, Hamas spokesman, Sami Abu Zuhri said, dubbing the move an episode in a series of sanctions imposed on Israeli war “losers.”
Abu Zuhri’s statement came following the appointment of Brigadier General Itai Virov as new Gaza Division Commander, replacin
Around 706 Palestinians were killed during August including 698 martyrs in Gaza Strip and eight others were shot dead by Israeli gunfire during clashes that broke out throughout the West Bank, Ahrar center revealed in its monthly report.
The human rights center clarified that the reported martyrs came along with July’s martyrs as a result of Israeli aggression on Gaza that lasted for 51 days.
The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) kidnapped at dawn Monday six Palestinians from their homes during raids in Beit Ummar town in Al-Khalil and Fari'ah refugee camp in Nablus, and clashed with citizens.
Local sources in Beit Ummar town that Israeli troops raided homes and kidnapped two citizens, adding the Israeli campaign triggered violent clashes between them and Palestinian young men.
Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad confirmed Sunday during a phone conversation with deputy chief of Hamas political bureau Ismail Haneyya that his country has already started preparations for the reconstruction of Gaza.
He assured Haneyya that Qatar is simply undertaking its humanitarian responsibility towards Gaza which brought glory and honor to Arabs and Muslims.
For his part, Haneyya pra
The Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance issued the following statement:
The Revolution's momentum is gathering fast, the raging revolt is expanding socially and geographically, and Egyptian youths are moving forward with vigor and determination in anti-coup defiance. The disillusioned poor are joining the raging revolt after discovering the military junta's ruthless treachery, and the people are responding i
As escalation of the political crisis in Pakistan between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the opposition led by Imran Khan continues, Pakistan has been dragged into a dangerous situation of complete paralysis for the past 15 days.
In an exclusive statement , about the Jamaat-e-Islami's position with regard to this crisis, Abdul-Ghaffar Aziz, leader of the Islamic group, said: "The people of Pakistan will
Giza Criminal Court sentenced to life imprisonment (25 years) the Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Mohamed Badie and Safwat Hegazy, along with six more Brotherhood leaders: Mohamed Beltagy, Essam El-Erian, Bassem Ouda (Minister of Supply in President Morsi's government), Husseini Antar, Essam Ragab and Mohamed Gomaa, in a fabricated lawsuit known in the media as the "Istiqama Mosque incident", referring to military coup f
Libya's elected parliament, the House of Representatives, has asked Abdullah al-Thinni to form new caretaker government, a lawmaker has said.
The latest political development on Monday comes amid ongoing violence in the country.
Thinni had been prime minister of the oil-rich country since March, but his position has been challenged by a rival parliament refusing to recognise the House of Repre
The United States has urged Israel to reverse its decision to seize nearly 400 hectares of land in the occupied West Bank, a move anti-settlement activists termed the largest land grab in 30 years.
Israel announced the massive land appropriation on Sunday in the Etzion settlement bloc near Bethlehem just days after Gaza ceasefire.
A Palestinian official said the latest land grab by Israel would ca
On a dusty, shadeless hilltop in the Turkish border town of Kilis, Syrian mothers, toddlers, and elderly cram into a makeshift medical centre housed in an abandoned bakery. Some 500 patients will seek treatment here today, though officially the centre does not exist.
Known as Syria Polyclinic 1, the facility is part of an informal network of medical centres that have cropped up in Kilis to treat the nearly 80,000
The United States embassy compound in the Libyan capital Tripoli has been raided by militiamen, but no Americans were present as the embassy was evacuated more than a month ago.
The attack on Sunday comes as fighting between rival militias rages in Tripoli and Benghazi, the scond city in the east.
Even though the US suspended its mission in Tripoli for the second time in three years in July, the U
Government forces mainly composed of Kurdish peshmerga fighters and armed volunteers have broken through the Islamic State group siege on the town of Amerli located between Baghdad, and the northern city of Kirkuk.
The news came as the AFP news agency reported on Monday that fighting with the Sunni rebel group continues in Sulaiman Bek and Yanakaja towns north of Amerli, killing at least two peshmerga fighters.
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The Israeli occupation army said it had annexed 4,000 dunums of Palestinian land around Gush Etzion settlement compound to the south of Bethlehem city.
Senior army officer Yoav Mordechai, coordinator of government activities in the occupied territories, said that at the behest of the higher political echelon, 4,000 dunums near the compound were declared state land, in response to the kidnapping and killing of thre
The Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage said that the Israeli occupation police prevented on Sunday morning Palestinian women from entering the Aqsa Mosque and only allowed in Jewish settlers and intelligence officers.
In a press release, the Aqsa foundation said that the Israeli police forces deployed at the gates of the Aqsa Mosque had prevented since seven o'clock in the morning Palestinian women fro
The approximately 600 women in the Brazilian town of Noiva do Cordeiro - mostly aged between 20 and 25 - are saying no to marriage, baptism and any rules made by men. The beautiful women of the town are making headlines with their appeal for single men.
"Here, the only men we single girls meet are either married or related to us; everyone is a cousin. I haven't kissed a man for a long time. We all dream o
For the first time since 2007, a humanitarian convoy of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) successfully crossed from Egypt into the Gaza Strip Wednesday , carrying enough food to feed around 150,000 people for five days.
After a seven-hour drive from Alexandria – where the food was procured – across the Sinai Peninsula, WFP’s trucks arrived at the Rafah crossing. The convoy of 18
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech tried to create political and military victory in order not to give his opponents a chance to criticize him and to deceive the public, Israeli paper reported.
"I expected that Netanyahu would be more direct and to explain the strategic aspects that he faced in Gaza; he should have said it was possible to extinguish Hamas but the price would be too high,