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Mubarak-Abdullah talks highlighted importance of Arab solidarity
Saudi Arabia-Egypt, Politics, 11/22/2001
Identical views between Mubarak, king Fahd and Prince Abdullah
President Mubarak yesterday paid a flight visit to Riyadh during which an Egyptian -Saudi summit was held among President Mubarak, king Fahd and Prince Abdullah, the Saudi Crown Prince, and the first saudi Deputy Premier.
Saudi Arabia-Egypt, Politics, 11/22/2001
Lebanon stresses the legitimacy of resisting occupation
The Lebanese President Emil Lahoud has stressed Lebanon's commitment to its strategic options in maintaining solidarity with Syria and supporting the Lebanese national resistance, stressing that the stability Lebanon enjoys at the meantime is a result of these options.
Lebanon, Politics, 11/22/2001
Arab body asks House Speaker to remove Chambliss as chair of terrorism committee
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) on Wednesday wrote to US House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert asking that Rep. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security, be removed from his position because of bigoted anti-Muslim comments at a meeting with local Georgia officials.
Regional-USA, Politics, 11/22/2001
Maher conveys message to Mubarak from Musharraf
Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher Monday said he conveyed a verbal message to President Hosni Mubarak from Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in reply to a previous one delivered to Musharraf during Maher's visit to Pakistan that ended Tuesday.
Egypt-Pakistan, Politics, 11/22/2001
Thirty five Israeli violations of the Lebanese airspace in one week
An israeli force on Wednesday advanced in Rweisat al-Alam position in Shebaa farms towards Bawabat Hassan and Burket Bathaeil in the eastern hills of Kafer Shouba town and bombarded by heavy artillery the region and also fired before their withdrawal six phosphorous shells at the surrounding of Rweisat al-Alam.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 11/22/2001
Morocco welcomes Powell's statement on mideast peace
Morocco-USA, Politics, 11/22/2001
Lebanese defense ministry officials meet with Palestinian delegation
The Lebanese daily al-Safir said in its Wednesday's issue that a Palestinian delegation composed of the 10 Palestinian groups on Tuesday visited the Lebanese ministry of defense
Lebanon-Palestine, Politics, 11/22/2001
Israeli forces destroy a position for the Palestinian security in Gaza
The Israeli army on Wednesday broke for hundreds meters into the territories that fall under the rule of the Palestinian Authority near Natsareim settlement to the south of Gaza and destroyed by artillery and tanks and position for the Palestinian security and demolished vast areas of agricultural lands.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 11/22/2001
King Mohammed chairs first Ramadan lecture
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, chaired Wednesday in Rabat the first Hassanian lecture of this year's Ramadan.
Morocco, Religion, 11/22/2001
Iraq: Annan concerned over shortfall of oil revenues to fund relief effort
Reporting a substantial shortfall in the funds available for the implementation of the United Nations humanitarian programme in Iraq, Secretary-General Kofi Annan has called on all parties concerned to overcome the problems hindering the effort.
Iraq, Economics, 11/22/2001
Minor cabinet reshuffle
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak signed Wednesday a Presidential Decree introducing a minor cabinet reshuffle in six cabinet posts.
Egypt, Politics, 11/22/2001
Al-Qaddafi proposal on the besieged Afghani city of Konduz
The Libyan President Mu'ammar al-Qaddafi has proposed to all sides which besiege groups of fighters belong to Taliban and the Afghani Arabs in the city of Konduz to hand over the Afghani Arabs to their respective Arab states to be tried there, according to the Libyan official news agency on Wednesday.
Libya-Afghanistan, Politics, 11/22/2001
Morocco announces strategy to reduce industrial wastes
Morocco on Wednesday announced that it will devise a strategy meant to reduce industrial wastes and play down the effects of pollution.
Morocco, Environment, 11/22/2001
The EU bans the imports of Israeli settlements produce
The European Union has decided to release a warning in the official newspaper provides for banning importers from the European Union from importing commodities and produce whose source is the Israeli settlements.
Israel-European Union, Politics, 11/22/2001
Israeli tanks exchange fire in the Golan
Teams of three Israeli tanks exchanged fire during a military exercise carried out by one of the Israeli military teams in the Golan in October.
Syria-Israel, Politics, 11/22/2001
Taliban does not know where Bin Laden is
Sayed Tayeb Agha the spokesman for the higher commander of the Taliban movement al-Mulla Muhammad Omar said on Wednesday that the movement does not know the place of Osama Bin Laden and has no contacts with him stressed determination to defend the southern districts in Afghanistan the movement already controls.
Regional-Afghanistan, Politics, 11/22/2001
Russian Anti-terror Initiative in line with Mubarak's Initiative
Russia said on Wednesday that its initiative, recently presented to the United Nations, does not duplicate with President Hosni Mubarak's initiative on holding an anti-terror global conference.
Regional-Russia, Politics, 11/22/2001
Ethiopians accusations against Eritrea
The Ethiopian foreign minister Sayoum Mesfein on Wednesday accused Eritrea of deploying forces in the neutral area between Ethiopia and Eritrea. An area supervised by the UN.
Ethiopia-Eritrea, Politics, 11/22/2001
British ambassador lectures in Amman
The British ambassador in Amman Edward Chaplin has stressed that his country gives top priority in her foreign policy to the establishment of peace in the Middle East through giving a new impetus to the ME peace process which witnessed a recession recently.
Jordan-UK, Politics, 11/22/2001
Jordan, IMF discuss economic reforms program
Jordan and the International Monetary Fund have agreed to start a new round of talks in February 2002 in order to put all details pertaining to the next economic reform program in Jordan and to evaluate the last phase of the current program.
Jordan, Economics, 11/22/2001
Al-Azhar Grand Imam attends Evangelical Iftar banquet
Al-Azhar Grand Imam Mohammed Sayed Tantawi attended on Wednesday the national unity Iftar (Breakfast) held by Evangelical sect.
Egypt, Religion, 11/22/2001
Egypt seeks ME free from mass destruction Weapons
"The current international circumstances highlight the importance of a closer cooperation in disarmament and weapons of mass destruction," said Fayza Abul Naga, Egypt's Chief delegate to the UN European seat in Geneva.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 11/22/2001
Indonesian mosque in New York, center of international religious activities
The Al Hikmah Mosque, built by Indonesians living here, has become the center of religious activities of not only Moslems from Indonesia but those from many other countries as well
Regional, Religion, 11/22/2001
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The first instance court of Rabat on Thursday sentenced Ali Lamrabet, director of Demain weekly, to four months in jail for publishing false information harming or likely to harm public order. Lamrabet was also ordered to pay a fine of 30,000 dirhams ($ 2,608). Lamrabet was sued for publishing last October a story on the royal palaces and on alleged plans to sell a palace in Skhirate, a sea resort near Rabat, the capital city.
Official talks started on Wednesday in the Kremlin between the Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Jordanian King Abdullah II. Discussions dealt with future prospects to solve the Middle East question and the question of settling the Iraqi issue and fighting international terrorism, as well as bilateral relations between Russia and Jordan and means of strengthening them especially on the economic and trade fields.
The Israeli radio said on Wednesday that secret well-informed sources expected the convening of a Syrian- Egyptian summit very soon to discuss means of reviving the Middle East peace process following the statement made by the US secretary of State Collin Powell on Monday.
Syrian President Bashar al- Assad on Wednesday sent a cable of congratulations to the Lebanese president Emil Lahoud on the occasion of Lebanon's national day.
A Moroccan mission headed Wednesday for Algeria to extend technical assistance to flood-hit Maghreban country. The delegation includes experts in power and water.
President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of Sudan on Wednesday got a message from Kenya's President Daniel Arab Moy handed over by the Kenyan envoy Gen. Lazaras Simbobo relating to peace in Sudan.
The Tunisian President Zein al-Abidin Bin Ali on Wednesday morning discussed with the lt. Gen. Muhammad al-Ammari, the Algerian army chief of staff relations between the two countries in the military area.
Some 400 Mayors from European countries will participate in the international conference due next year in Cairo to draw up an international anti-terrorism agreement.
Well-informed sources said that an announcement will be made shortly on the foundation of the Kuwaiti- Omani joint higher committee, noting that this higher committee is due to effectively contribute to support the Gulf cooperation council GCC march of development.
Ethiopia's President Jarma Wild Georgis on Wednesday concluded an official visit to Saudi Arabia that lasted for two days.