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Mubarak to Al Ahram: Egypt's national unity is a red line that should not be crossed
Israel should be aware that peace will not be realized unless the Roadmap peace plan is implemented, said Mubarak.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 11/4/2005
Libya: journalist sentenced to prison
A Libyan court has sentenced an Internet journalist to one-and-a-half years in prison after he published articles critical of the government, Human Rights Watch said yesterday. The sentence is an apparent attempt by the government to silence free speech and dissenting views.
Libya, Politics, 11/4/2005
Citizen's summit challenges UN summit in Tunisia
the deteriorating press freedom situation in Tunisia makes the
country "not a suitable place to hold a United Nations World Summit"
according to the latest report of the Tunisia Monitoring Group (TMG)
released on 26 September.
Tunisia-Regional, Politics, 11/4/2005
Mohe-deen: 45 companies to be offered for private sector this year
Egypt's Minister of Investment, Mahmoud Mohe-deen, said that all companies of the general public sector will be offered for sale, whether winner or looser.
Egypt, Economics, 11/4/2005
Polesario asks UN interference on fate of missing
The chairman of the Polesario Front, Muhammad`Abdul Aziz, called on the UN to interfere to force Morocco to disclose the fate of 500 missing and 151 prisoners held by Morocco, and to establish a special international court "before which the Moroccan officials involved in anti-humanity crimes are put on trial against the Sahara people."
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 11/4/2005
Polesario and the killing of Hamdi Lembarki
The Polesario called on the UN Security Council to urgently interfere to halt what it called the Moroccan human rights violations and the "killing of innocents" in the western Sahara and to investigate in the death of Hamdi Lembarki who died of wounds in his head in al-Oyoun city several days before celebrating the 30 anniversary of Morocco's annexation of the western Sahara.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 11/4/2005
Confab on two great ladies of Islam, Christianity
For the first time in the world, in a conference to be held in the Austrian capital of Vienna on Monday, the world two ladies, the daughter of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) Hazrat-e Fatemeh (SA) and the mother of Jesus Christ, Mary, will be discussed from the outlook of Islam and Christianity respectively.
Regional, Religion, 11/4/2005
Rice to start US -Saudi strategic dialog
US Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice's coming visit to Saudi Arabia will start a strategic dialog on bilateral and regional issues between the two countries, Sean McCormack, Spokesman of the Department Of State said yesterday.
Saudi Arabia-USA, Politics, 11/4/2005
al-Riyadh: Abdullah asks Bush to release Barazan al-Takriti
The Saudi daily al-Riyadh said that the Saudi King Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz sent a message to the America President George W. Bush asking him to consider the releasing the brother for the former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, Barazan al-Takriti.
Iraq-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 11/4/2005
Feast sermon lashes out at UN accusations to syria
He called the world to reconsider how deals with its problems, noting that Syria under her aware leadership has attracted the world attention by her firm and principled stances mainly those concerned with the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Syria-UN, Politics, 11/4/2005
Palestinian support for Syrian position
Palestinian refugees in Syria denounced on Wednesday pressures and null and void accusations she is exposed to as to keep her away from positions towards just causes of the nation.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 11/4/2005
On US forces reduction; insurgents creative with technology in Iraq
The Pentagon announced on Thursday that the American army will wait until the end of the Iraqi elections due in mid December, before taking any decision on the possibility of reducing the number of the American forces in Iraq, estimated at 160,000 soldiers.
Iraq-USA, Military, 11/4/2005
Morocco calls for releasing of its two hostages in Iraq
The Moroccan government deplored what it described the "barbaric behaviors which contradict with the teaching of Islam," commenting on a statement attributed to al-Qaida organization in Iraq, which announced determination to execute the two Moroccan hostages.
Morocco-Iraq, Politics, 11/4/2005
More Americans, Iraqis killed in Iraq
A statement attributed to al-Qaida in Iraq claimed responsibility for downing one America helicopter in al-Ramadi, west of Baghdad on Wednesday and this resulted in killing two American marines
Iraq, Military, 11/4/2005
Israeli army shoots 13 year old boy in the head
Medical sources said that child Ahmad al-Khatib, 13 years old,,,,, is in critical health condition after he was hit by the Israeli bullets in the stomach and the head.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/4/2005
Rice to visit Israel, Palestine
The US secretary of state Condaleezza Rice will tour the Middle East this month in visits to the Palestinian territories, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Regional-USA, Politics, 11/4/2005
Explosions in Shabaa Farms area
The police explained that one Israeli military tank and artilleries bombarded for 45 minutes several Lebanese villages adjoining this sector where 50 shelling fell.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/4/2005
Kuwait receives five of citizens held in Guantanamo
Chairman of the society for families of the Kuwaiti detainees in Guantanamo Khaled al-Odeh said that health conditions for two of the five detainees are very bad, noting that al-Summari ( is a moving skeleton ) and al-Ajamai suffers mental breakdown because of his imprisonment ad he is continuously screaming
Kuwait-USA, Politics, 11/4/2005
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Syria's President Bashar al-Assad issued an amnesty on Wednesday, whereby 160 political prisoners were freed, in line with the comprehensive reform policy that aims at strengthening national unity, SANA reported.
Representatives of Christian sects in Syria congratulated on Thursday the Grand Mufti of the Republic Ahmed Badr Eldin Hasoun on the Muslim holiday of Fitre Eid after the end of fasting month of Ramadan.
Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Sheikh Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi, described the dialogue among all religions specially Islam and Christianity as a constructive one that would help both Muslims and Christians to overcome everyday problems.
The Egyptian Bourse has continued its strong performance during last October amid active dealings for national and foreign investors. The Bourse indicator "CASE30," which includes the best 30 companies having stocks in the Bourse, witnessed a swaying to realize the highest value in mid October.
Yusuf Islam, the former pop star known as Cat Stevens, was being presented Friday with an honorary doctorate by the University of Gloucestershire in western England, IRNA reported today.