How your mobile could be helping the Israeli occupation
Orange mobile network assisted Israeli soldiers during attacks on Gaza in 2014 (via Frumline)
Egyptians launch boycott of Orange-owned Mobinil over complicity in Israeli crimes
The international mobile network Orange has recently been heavily criticized for working in occupied Palestine and providing support for Israeli soldiers during the IDF's attack on Gaza in the summer of 2014. Now Egyptians are calling for a boycott of the Orange-owned Mobinil network, which has around 33 million users in the country.
Source: Electronic Intifada
Is Islamic State 'second priority' for Saudi Arabia?
Last week Daesh claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a mosque in Saudi Arabia, but in spite of this, Riyadh's focus is still very much on their war in Yemen. Yet the conflicts occurring north and south of the kingdom are very much linked, and whilst the chaos continues in Syria, problems will keep arising for Saudi Arabia.
Source: Al Monitor
Secret chamber discovered under Alexandria’s Montaza Palace
If you think that Indian Jones style exploring is simply the stuff of films, then think again. Whilst working in the grounds of an Egyptian palace, a gardener came across this secret underground chamber.
Source: Egyptian Streets
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