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King Mohammed urges for comprehensive approach to struggle against terrorism
"While all the Islamic countries expressed their strong denunciation of terrorism and their solidarity with the American people after the events of September 11, the outrageousness of these events has not made us mindless or oblivious of the ordeals endured by our Palestinian brethren as a result of the Israeli aggressive policy," says the sovereign
Morocco-Regional, Politics, 10/10/2001
OIC emergency meeting, al-Shara: accusing Arabs and Muslims of terrorism is futile, promoted by Israel
The Syrian foreign minister Farouk al-Shara arrived on Tuesday in Doha in order to take part in the emergency meeting of the foreign ministers of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) due to be held today Wednesday.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 10/10/2001
Mubarak stresses the implementation of international legitimacy resolutions
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt has stressed the need of implementing international legitimacy resolutions especially UN resolutions 242 and 338 provided for Israel's withdrawal from all occupied Arab territories in Jerusalem, the Golan and the occupied Palestinian territories until June 4, 1967 border lines.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 10/10/2001
Arab FMs consultative meeting saw no differences
The Arab Foreign Ministers consultative meeting held on the sidelines of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) meetings did not witness any Arab-Arab differences, said Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher, adding there was even concurrence of views and stands.
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 10/10/2001
King Mohammed sends messages to Saudi king and heir apparent
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has sent messages to King Fahd of Saudi Arabia and to heir apparent Prince Abdallah ibn Abdelaziz, vice-president of the ministers' council and commander of the Saudi national guard.
Saudi Arabia-Morocco, Politics, 10/10/2001
British dailies: the second American target
The British daily " the Guardian" issued in London on Tuesday said that it is very possible that the second target of the current campaign against international terrorism will be Iraq whose name was temporarily lifted from the list of possible targets so as an international alliance against terrorism will be built.
Regional-USA, Politics, 10/10/2001
Arab FMs condemn terror attacks on US
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa stressed that the Tuesday's consultative meeting of the Arab ministers was held in a cordial atmosphere.
Regional, Politics, 10/10/2001
Jordanian government takes freedom restrictions measures against the press
In its recent issue, the Jordanian weekly al-Majd said that the Jordanian Cabinet decided last week to adopt a series of legal amendments and punishment measures targeting to alleviate the ceiling of written- self expression freedom in the press and in speeches in seminars, festivals and on the Internet in the country.
Jordan, Politics, 10/10/2001
Mubarak-Peace Bridge inaugurated
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak yesterday inaugurated Mubarak-Peace bridge, which links Asia and Africa, and which was carried out in cooperation with Japan.
Egypt, Economics, 10/10/2001
US asks Sudan to interrogate former intelligence officials
The French TTA news bulletin which is concerned with strategic news said that the American FBI asked the Sudanese authorities to listen to investigations of several Sudanese officials especially Nafe' Ali Nafe' and Qasbi al-Mahdi on Bin Laden's networking.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 10/10/2001
Israeli forces incurred in al-Qarrara town, six Palestinians wounded
The Israeli army on Tuesday incurred in al-Qarrara district in Gaza for hundreds of meters and leveled vast areas of the Palestinian Authority (PA) territories which are close to Ghoushe Katieve settlement while the Israeli tanks were opening fire randomly while escorting the bulldozers.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 10/10/2001
One American died of wounds in al-Khober explosion
The Saudi daily Okaz said that the American Joanna Fileine died on Sunday evening because of his wounds resulting from the explosion that took place in the Saudi city of al-Khober on Saturday evening.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 10/10/2001
Ghali: Lebanon is a secure state
The secretary general of the Franchophonic states organization Butrous Ghali said that the organization's 9th summit was postponed until October 2002 and Beirut will be the venue for convening it, stressing that Lebanon is a very secure country.
Lebanon-Regional, Politics, 10/10/2001
Libya, Gabon to revitalize bilateral relations
Libya, and the Gabon Republic have stressed the seriousness of terrorism as a phenomenon and the need to abide by the agreement of the African Unity Organization to oppose and combat terrorism.
Libya-Gabon, Politics, 10/10/2001
Bin Aliazer: Israel is neutral towards US acts in Afghanistan
The Israeli defense minister Benjamin Bin Aliazer said that Israel stands neutral for the time being towards the US operations in Afghanistan but it will be ready to withstand emerging conditions in this regard.
Israel-Afghanistan, Politics, 10/10/2001
Sudan, Eritrea for further co-operation
The Sudanese foreign minister Mustafa Othman ismael has announced he had discussed with the Eritrea's President Asyas Afourki on Monday bilateral relations and means of developing them and opening areas of co-operation between the two countries and the peace and reconciliation initiatives in Sudan.
Sudan-Eritrea, Politics, 10/10/2001
Grand Imam receives Sudanese judges delegation
Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Sheikh Mohammed Sayed Tantawi Tuesday received a group of Sudanese judges who are now visiting Cairo to take part in the session of the Judicial Studies Center in Cairo.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 10/10/2001
Social development requires more serious economic activity
Egypt's permanent delegate to the UN Ahmed Abul Gheit said on Tuesday that social development requires not only serious economic activity but also reduction in the inequality in the distribution of wealth and more equitable distribution of the benefits of the economic growth and globalization.
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 10/10/2001
Plan to increase industrial production in ten years
Plans laid down to upgrade the local industry are expected to raise the value of industrial production by 2011 from LE165 billion in 2000 to LE317 billion, covering the production the newly established factories and those included in the modernization plan.
Egypt, Economics, 10/10/2001
Continued air, missile bombardment at Afghanistan
While Taliban sources stressed that the bombardment resulted in killing tens of civilians and the escape of the leader of the Movement al-Mullah Muhammad Omar whose house went under the bombardment
Regional-Afghanistan, Politics, 10/10/2001
British Investments in Egypt unharmed
British ambassador to Egypt John Sawers said that the British investments and trade in Egypt were not affected by what has taken place in the world since the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington.
Egypt-UK, Economics, 10/10/2001
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The ruler of Bahrain Sheikh Hamad Bin Issa al-Khaleifa and the chairman of the Palestinian Authority Yasser Arafat on Monday in al- Manama discussed latest developments on the Palestinian arena and current international conditions.
Talks held on Tuesday in Abu Dhabi between the United Arab Emirates national consultation council chaired by Abdullah Mahmoud al-Masoud, the chairman of the council and the Yemeni Shoura council led by Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani, the chairman of the council dealt with joint cooperation relations and means of supporting and developing them.
The secretary general of the Arab league AL Amr Moussa has stressed that AL refuses striking any Arab states within the course of the American campaign against Afghanistan, stressing that will result in grave consequences. In a statement to Sawt al-Arab radio on Tuesday, the AL chief underlined the importance of treating the roots of terrorism and discussing its reasons, noting in this regard to the Israeli terrorism which has been practiced against the Palestinian people in the occupied territories.
The Arab foreign ministers on Tuesday in Doha held a consultation meeting during which they discussed work agenda of the conference of the emergency meeting of the foreign ministers of the Organization of the Islamic Conference. In their meeting, the Arab ministers stressed the need of taking a united Arab position towards fighting terrorism and dealing with its reasons and roots through an international efforts and in the context of the UN.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher and his Russian counterpart Igor Ivanov yesterday discussed international anti-terrorism actions over the phone.
The BBC on Tuesday quoted the British daily " the Guardian" issued on Tuesday that the US Pentagon is making pressures so as the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein will be a target in a later phase of a long- term anti-terrorism American campaign, and this campaign may also target countries like Syria and even Iran which is " suspected to be a secure haven to terrorists."
The Saudi foreign minister prince Saud al-Faisal has announced that there are clear evidences on the involvement of Osama Bin Laden in the attacks which targeted New York and Washington on September 11.
The Israeli journalist specialized in the Middle East affairs Shaoul Menashet said that the general Arab position does not oppose the military campaign against terrorism, rather supports and backs it because this very campaigns falls in the interest of the Arab society and states.
A spokesman for the Israeli government on Tuesday welcomed the measures taken by the Palestinian Authority in Gaza when the Palestinian police dispersed a demonstration against the American strikes in Afghanistan.
Egyptian Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), Gaballah Ali Gaballah formed an archaeologists committee under Mohammed Nader, head of the projects sector in the council, to supervise the dismantling and reassembling of the Hebes Temple. The temple was in serious condition due to the threat of subterranean water.