August 18, 2013
The Egyptian group Tamarod, who were instrumental in the ousting of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, are calling for the end to US aid in Egypt and the cancellation of the Camp David peace treaty between Israel and Egypt.
Muslim Brotherhood lawyer Mustafa El Demeery said Sunday that since the Egyptian government launched their violent crackdown on supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi, more than 3,500 Brotherhood members have been arrested.
According to Syrian opposition leader Ahmad Jarba, President Bashar Assad is no longer in charge of the Syrian government, as Iran and Hezbollah are the new decision-makers
A team of 20 UN experts charged with investigating the use of chemical weapons by Syrian President Bashar Assad's government have arrived in Damascus.
Lebanon’s General Directorate of General Security apprehended four people suspected of involvement in terrorist plots after a car filled with explosives was found south of Beirut.
The Muslim Brotherhood is scaling down the number of marches it is planning in an attempt to cut down on the number of fatalities the group sustains when confronting Egyptian security forces.
Fresh demonstrations have been planned by Muslim Brotherhood anti-coup protesters on Sunday, following a tense stand-off between security forces and protesters in a Cairo mosque.
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal fired a TV director for his support of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted President Mohamed Morsi.
Internal Lebanese Security forces have arrested three suspects over the kidnapping of two Turkish pilots
Authorities seized Saturday afternoon a car rigged with 250 kilograms of explosives south of the Lebanese capital
12 people, including policemen and soliders, were killed after rogue gunmen opened fire across the country on Saturday.
The Israeli army destroyed a Syrian military position on Saturday after it retaliated to three shells, fired from Syria, landing in the Israeli occupied sector of the Golan Heights.
The Egyptian government vowed on Saturday to fight “terrorism and radicalism,” saying Muslim Brotherhood loyalists have engaged in violence and not peaceful protests
Former Lebanese PM Saad Hariri condemned Hezbollah and its leader, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, in a series of tweets made on Saturday. He accused the group of dragging Lebanon further into the Syrian conflict.
Lebanon’s health ministry said that the death toll from a car blast that hit a Beirut suburb on Thursday rose to 27