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“We strongly request that Facebook immediately close and delete Fatah’s Facebook page and ensure that no similar page is reopened."
As ISIS makes its last stand in Syria, a reported coup attempt may signal internal strife in the radical jihadist group.
Annual report shows many Middle East countries increasingly slipping into authoritarianism.
The region is now at a crossroads no less important than during the decline and fall of the Ottoman Empire 100 years ago.
Nuclear expert David Albright explains the most important discoveries from the Iranian archives stolen by the Mossad.
Clean water and Israeli-Palestinian coexistence efforts become collateral damage of new Trump administration legislation.
Iran says it has missiles with the range of up to 2,000 km, which puts Israel and US military bases in the region within reach.
Israel exposed on Thursday Iranian, Syrian and Hezbollah efforts to build a missile factory in the Syrian town of Safita.
The move is a "huge crime against the homeland and the Palestinian citizen."
Anti-ISIS coalition meets in Washington amid shadow of uncertainty.
Raya El Hassan was appointed as the interior minister after a nine-month government deadlock.
Two separate but specialized space imaging companies, DigitalGlobe and Planet, released pictures showing scorch marks from a blast on an Iranian air base, consistent with a launch attempt.
Last month, Egyptian Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani announced that Sisi had earmarked the money to rehabilitate Jewish monuments and houses of worship in the country.
"With the help of Allah, every shaheed (martyr) will be in heaven, and every wounded will get his reward," Mahmoud Abbas said.
Considered the most important event in the Arabic publishing world, the Cairo International Book Fair drew a crowd of over 2 million and publishers from over 27 countries last year.
Tehran has continued to work on their missile projects despite American sanctions.
US envoy, PLO officials extend twitter spat to 6th day.
Netzach Yehuda soldiers were arrested for severely beating detained Palestinians when transporting suspects involved in the Givat Assaf terror attack.
"Whether they want to or not, the Americans must leave Syria," Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior adviser to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, was reported as saying.
“Women journalists around the world must contend with a lack of access to male-dominated spaces,” Aya Majzoub, a Bahrain researcher at Human Rights Watch said.