Yusuf bin Alawi discusses boosting efforts 'to restore stability and security in the region' with Syrian President Bashar Assad
Arab League makes announcement in emergency meeting requested by Palestinians two days before the U.S.-sponsored Bahrain conference
Palestinian President tells the Arab League he rejects the Trump peace plan
The move is meant to counter an Israeli decision to deduct 500 million shekels from Palestinian tax revenues
Arab leaders angered by Trump's Golan, Jerusalem moves
Druze leaders call Trump and his announcement 'delusional' ■ Egypt urges international community to prevent Israeli sovereignty over Golan ■ Hamas: Trump's move is new kind of aggression against Arab nations
Luxembourg's PM told delegates in an Egypt summit his marriage to a man could lead to execution in some of the nations represented. But Middle Eastern activists say it might have done more harm than good: 'Agency is important'
Contradicting Arab League, Bahrain Defends Australia's Recognition of West Jerusalem as Israeli Capital
Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa says Australia's stance 'does not impact the legitimate Palestinian demands, does not contradict the Arab Peace Initiative'
Ahmed Abul Gheit calls on Australian government to 'correct its position and recognize the State of Palestine and its capital as East Jerusalem without delay'
'The situation of Israel is not normal, seeing that it is a country that has been occupying Palestinian territories by force,' states letter to president-elect Bolsonaro
Representatives from the Arab community in Israel met with UN deputy commissioner for human rights Wednesday, as part of an effort to pressure the international community to condemn Israel and cancel law
Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit promises to act against the law through diplomatic measures with member states ■ Arab League convenes to discuss U.S. decision to shutter Palestinian mission in Washington
Moral issue likely to be sidestepped as Arabs, U.S. and political crisis among Iraqi Kurds conspire to prevent autumn referendum on creating state in Kurdistan
Arab nations have never been more amenable to talking with Israel, but they need a responsive partner in Jerusalem
Ahmed Aboul Gheit says by installing metal detectors, Israel risking major crisis with Arab and Muslim world
Erdogan compared Qatar crisis to a 'death penalty' and called on Saudi King to lead resolution.
Palestinian president says no new diplomatic plan at the Arab League summit opening Wednesday; Abbas to meet Trump in April.
The declaration issued at the end of the summit urges countries around the world not to move their diplomatic missions in Israel to contested Jerusalem.
Some observers expect Abbas to soften demands for opening of talks with Israel.
A study of Arab newspapers in the run-up to the Israeli War of Independence shows the kind of rhetoric that led to the Nakba, and is still present today.
Focusing on the outsized life of pan-Arabist Fawzi al-Qawuqji, Laila Parsons' 'The Commander' paints a rich picture of the history of Arab nationalism and anti-colonialism through 1948.
The EU has ignored the massacres in Syria, the fighting in Libya and Yemen and the rise of ISIS while repeatedly criticizing Israel, the region's sole democracy and only anchor of stability.
Reassuring words of peace without deeds won't improve relations with the U.S., stop the French initiative or get Netanyahu a photo-op with an Arab leader. Why? Kerry, Mogherini and Sissi just don't believe him.
Netanyahu vowed that the Golan will forever remain under Israeli sovereignty; the U.S. and Germany rejected the claim as counter to international law.
Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) 'deplore' Iranian meddling in regional affairs; Iran laments 'division in Islamic community.'
Fueling the Middle East rumor mill are suggestions Israel is considering a pre-emptive strike against Hezbollah. But there could be another – more clever and less bloody - way to disarm Lebanon's Party of God.
The party’s condemnation of Arab organizations for listing Hezbollah as a terror organization highlights what they see as an even bigger problem.
The move comes less than two weeks after the Gulf states made the same designation.
Paradoxically, the definition of Hezbollah as a terror group has turned into a dividing line between Arab countries, which must now decide whether to embrace Saudi hegemony.
After Saudis and Arab League deem Hezbollah a terrorist organizations, Lebanese groups faces new challenges at home and abroad.