June 26, 2013
A report has revealed that Egyptian dissatisfaction with the government has been at an all time high under Morsi, with over 9,400 protests during his first term. According to the report, the numbers have not been this high since the 'pharaonic era'.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said conflict has has become an attempt at genocide against the Sunni-dominated opposition froces
Qatar's new emir will speak to his nation for the first time on Wednesday, when he is expected to announced a reshuffle of the government.
Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim said Tuesday that security forces saved 46 Egyptian Shia from imminent death on Sunday in Giza's Zawyet Abu Musallam village, where sectarian violence took the lives of four Shia.
June 25, 2013
Jabhat al-Nusra claimed responsibility for
Shia leaders in Egypt have said they will give authorities the chance to apprehend the killers of 4 Shia Muslims in a Giza village on Sunday, before they "internationalize" the case and file a lawsuit with an international legal body against leading government figures.
Lebanese cleric Sheikh Ahmad Assir turned his mosque into a military base, Al Arabiya reported on Tuesday
Twin car bomb attack leaves at least 10 dead at a protest camp north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad
Syria can only be considered as an “occupied land,” Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said on Tuesday during a press meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Egypt police arrest five in connection with sectarian mob killing in Giza
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Jeddah to discuss the Syrian conflict with the Saudi leadership
The US has expressed deep concern over the violent clashes that broke out in Sidon, in the south of Lebanon, between the military and the supporters of a radical cleric.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague said that the recent gains made by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad "are not helping" the chances of an international peace conference on Syria.
President Mohamed Morsi's spokesperson has denied that there any immediate plans for a cabinet reshuffle and there is a 'rift' between the government and the army in the lead up to the June 30 protests.
At least 10 vehicles exploded in well populated places across Iraq on Monday evening, killing at least 30 people and injuring dozens. The attacks, may of them targeting Shiites, come as many of Iraq's Shiite prepared to celebrate a religious festival.