The Day of rage in Egypt left at least eighty people dead and wounded hundreds, while also dividing the international community concerning Egypt's situation.
Women’s rights in Morocco have considerably improved in the past one and a half decade, during the rule of Muhammad VI. The only question now is whether that is enough.
Tunisia’s fragile peace is at stake once again as the country's secular opposition raised up its voice and marched against the ruling Islamic An-Nahda party.
The latest elections signal a Shiite drawback in Kuwait, and in the same time, the strenghtening of liberal elements and some sunni Islamist parties as well.
The European Union's decision to list the group as a terrorist organization means that Hezbollah’s assets are to be frozen, and have other implications.
New interim leaders initiate forming a new cabinet for Egypt in the aftermath of the overthrow of Mursi. Yet the country remains divided over politics.
With the army's backing, Adli Mansour and Hazem el-Beblawi are now in charge for Egypt. These persons and their decisions have divided Egypt over politics.
News arise daily on the state of Egypt. Although the army deposed Mursi, his supporters flooded the streets in a counter-protest, and the future is uncertain.
Now that Mursi’s gone, what’s next for Egypt? With the army's backing, El Baradei has been chosen as the PM of the new interim government, but peace is still far away.
As the holy months is approaching fast, it is time to start preparing for Ramadan with a short overview of what is actually is and what it means for Muslims.
Iranian President elect Hassan Rouhani seeks international dialogue in order to boost Iran's relations with the West and gain some leverage on the sanctions against the country.
A surprising power transition in Qatar took place recently as the former emir, Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani handed over power to his second son, Tamim. The transition is welcomed and trusted, but does not alleviate all fear of the people that the new emir will not be able to live up to the expectations and be just like his father.
The Iranian elections have come to an end and finished with the victory of Hassan Rouhani. For most, it means that moderation wins over extremism in Iran.
The ongoing riots in Istanbul downtown pushed the Taksim in turmoil. Aggression is growing, and vandalism is also incessant as people's demands keep rising.
As we approach the designated date of Iranian elections, Iran’s electoral field is sinking. Two candidates withdrew from the race, leaving six.
In the edge of the elections, Iranian foreign policy debates take a major part of the media coverage of the event as the candidates share accusations.
Lately we have heard the Israeli foreign minister urges the return to peace talks over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,…
Turkey’s protests continue since days over a public space reconstruction plan. As aggression grows, questions arise whether Taksim will be the new Tahrir.
Iran's presidential elections are approaching. The eight presidential candidates of Iran include people from different backgrounds and political positions.
Iran's electoral regulations strictly limit who can run for the presidential elections, to be hold June 14th. Only eight candidates qualify out of a field of 686.
After years of clashes and hostile political environment in Israel and Palestine, president Peres signaled the will of Israel to return to peace talks.
During his visit to Iraq, Syrian foreign minister signaled the will of Syria to attend Geneva peace talks and achieve a peaceful political solution.
Islamic Banking seemed to be significantly more resilient to the crisis then Western banks. Will this make it a good alternative to get out of the crisis?
After 65 years of existence of the Israeli state, thousands marched on the streets of Palestine, remembering the Nakba - the catastrophe of Palestine.
As the intensity of the civil war does not seem to decrease, would it be time for the international community to consider military intervention in Syria?
Once again, the Palestinian Hamas rejects the new peace initiative that could be the solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, going on since 1948.
Israel shoots aircraft flying over its airspace, supposedly sent by the Hezbollah, or else, Iran.
The Tunisian government decided on selling out Ben Ali's riches.
After numerous refusals of Turkey's accession to the EU, and the coming to power of the AKP, Turkey is seen to release its European dream and turn toward the Middle Eastern region, as stipulated by the foreign policy of Davutoglu as well. Turkey acts as a model and mediator in the region, continuously increasing its reputation in the area.
Obama announced the US withdrawal from Afghanistan - resident troops will be reduced to some 32,000 by the end of February 2014. But what does the future hold?