March 11, 2014
The Saudi foreign minister threatened to block Qatar's land and sea borders over Qatar's involvement with the Muslim Brotherhood. The Saudi government recently designated the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization.
Hamas leadership told media this week that it will "not foster animosity" with Egypt regardless of the fact that Cairo has officially banned the Palestinian group's activities.
Sami Anan, Egypt's former army chief of staff and potential presidential contender, said he survived an assassination attempt.
Israeli officials are open to a potential joint missile defense with Jordan and Egypt.
March 10, 2014
A Fatah official was shot and killed in a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon.
The Libyan government has decided to take military action to liberate oil ports that are currently controlled by militia groups.
The Saudi religious police leveled an ancient graveyard in al Baha, a decision that angered many residents.
Ali Zeidan has threatened to bomb a Korean oil tanker attempting to export oil from a rebel-controlled port.
Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has given yet another indication to his intention to run the upcoming presidential elections, reiterating that his nomination would be based on popular will.
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has said that considering the current turbulent state of Libyan politics, he will not resigning from politics.
International observers will be sent to Algeria to monitor the upcoming presidential elections set to be held in April, according to reports this week.
March 9, 2014
Prominent Saudi and Emirati journalists and broadcasters have been ordered by their respective ministries to quite their posts in Doha as tensions escalate between Qatar and its GCC counterparts.
Yemen's interim president has ordered a panel to create a constitution that would divide Yemen into a six-region federation while attacks in the country's northwest continued, leaving at least thirty dead thus far.
The United Arab Emirates on Sunday announced that it supports Saudi Arabia's decision to label the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization.
Egyptian left-wing presidential hopeful Hamdeen Sabbahi slammed the new electoral law, put into place on Saturday, saying that it "renders immune the decisions of the Presidential Elections Commission".