Violence and terror in the Islamic religious war against the JewsA review of the book by Mitchell Bard tracing religion's rise in Muslim terrorism, as the character of the violence turns from terrorist to Jihadist.
Hamas: 'Zionism is in Trouble'Zionism “is in trouble,” the leadership of Hamas opined Sunday, as it gave its own evaluation of Operation Protective Edge.
Former Diplomat: I Wouldn't Buy a Used Car from ObamaFormer Israeli diplomat Yoram Ettinger said that President Barack Obama has been dead wrong on every Middle East issue during his term.
Obama Invites New Tunisian President to WashingtonObama calls Tunisia's newly elected president, hails the "spirit of peaceful compromise" Tunisians displayed during transition.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak AcquittedMubarak, 86, cleared of corruption and murder charges over 'Arab Spring' deaths; protests erupt in Cairo over verdict.
Tunisia's Presidential Election Headed for Run-OffThe two candidates in Tunisia's presidential election say initial tallies show they had passed to a second round run-off next month.
Islamists Concede Defeat in Tunisia ElectionsTunisia's Ennahda party, which won the 2011 elections, concedes defeat to its main secular rival.
Campaigning Under Way for Tunisian ElectionsCampaigning officially under way for the October 26 parliamentary polls which Tunisians hope will bring stability.
From Arab Spring to Islamic Winter - to Total ChaosAnalysts sum up how the Middle East has gotten worse - and what Israel should do about it.
Verdict in Mubarak's Trial PostponedEgyptian court postpones a verdict in the retrial of former President on charges of corruption and killing protesters.
Tunisian Islamists Won't Take Part in Presidential ElectionTunisia’s main Islamist party, Ennahda, says it will not contest a presidential election in November.
Watch: Sheik Claims Arab Spring is a 'Western Plot'Egyptian sheik claims in television interview that the Arab Spring was a Western plot to divide the Arab world into multiple fragments.
Hosni Mubarak Sentenced to Three Years in PrisonFormer Egyptian president, as well as two sons, found guilty of embezzlement.
Egyptian TV: Simpsons Episode Proves Syria War is a ConspiracyEgyptian television channel cites a scene from "The Simpsons" as proof that the United States caused the Arab Spring revolutions.
Egyptian Policemen Given 10 Years for Killing BloggerTwo Egyptian policemen given 10 years in jail for the killing of a blogger whose death rallied protesters in the 2011 revolt.
Egyptian Play Blames Mossad for Arab SpringAnti-Semitic play which aired on Egyptian television shows "hareidi Mossad agents" preparing "to control the whole world".
Iran: 'Enemies of Islam Conspiring Against Us'Iranian speaker of parliament gives interview in Tunisian media claiming West, Israel 'conspiring' against Muslims.
Tunisia Approves New ConstitutionTunisia's national assembly approves new constitution, three years after the overthrow of ruler Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali.
Tunisia's Islamist Prime Minister Officially ResignsTunisia's Prime Minister resigns as part of a plan to end months of political deadlock.
Tunisian Parties Choose Leader for Interim GovernmentTunisia's political parties choose Industry Minister Mehdi Jomaa to head an interim government of independent figures.
Jordanians Protest, Demand SecurityIn the latest "Arab Spring"-style protests in the Hashemite kingdom, demonstrators across the country call for security and safety.
Tunisian Rapper Jailed For 'Insulting Police''Weld El 15' went on run in August after 21-month sentence without trial, now turns self in and sentenced 4-months.
Man Sets Himself on Fire in Tunisia's CapitalMan sets himself on fire outside a government building in Tunis, in an incident reminiscent of one which set off the Arab Spring.
‘Arab Spring’ to Cost $800 BillionMiddle Eastern economies to lose an estimated $800 billion due to instability.
Tunisian Political Deal Brings an End to Islamist GovernmentTunisia's political rivals have agreed on a timetable for the Islamist coalition to quit and be replaced by a government of independents.
The "Non-Arab Spring"?As Arab civil strife engulfs the region, Israelis should spare a thought for other indigenous peoples fighting for their own rights.
Farkash: It's Not an 'Arab Spring,' But an 'Arab Tsunami'The “Arab Spring” has turned into an “Arab Tsunami,” said former head of military intelligence, Aharon-Ze'evi Farkash.
Tunisia: Tens of Thousands Call on Islamist Government to LeaveLargest protest in weeks as tens of thousands call for the Islamist-led government to step down.
Hasson: When it Comes to Egypt, Israel Needs to Stay OutMK praises Netanyahu for non-involvement in Arab struggles. ‘Israel must not have anything to do with it.’
Tunisian Opposition Attracting More Protesters than IslamistsThe Islamist party which rules Tunisia is losing the battle on the streets, as it attracts fewer and fewer protesters.
Is the 'Arab Spring' Good or Bad for Israel?What factors affect Israel - and the rest of the world - in the so-called "Arab Spring".
Fearing Gazan Spring, Hamas Cracks Down on DissidentsGazan "Tamarod" group, inspired by success in Egypt, calls for mass demonstration to oust Islamist group.
Saudi Arabia Jails Seven for Facebook ActivismSaudi Arabia has sent seven Shi'ite Muslims to jail for up to ten years for posting status messages calling for anti-government protests.
Morsi Admits: I've Made Some ErrorsPolitical polarization in Egypt is threatening the country’s democracy, says Morsi ahead of planned protests by opposition.
Hamas and Hizbullah Helped Egypt's Morsi Escape from PrisonEgyptian court says that Hamas and Hizbullah helped prisoners, including current President Morsi, escape in 2011.
Erdogan Not in Serious Trouble Yet, Claims ExpertDr. Mordechai Kedar: protests in Turkey are not an “Arab Spring” situation at this point.
Two Killed in Violent ‘Arab Spring’ Rallies in TurkeyTwo people killed, 1,000 wounded as Turkish protesters clash with police.
EU Considers Easing Syria Arms EmbargoEU foreign ministers discuss British, French proposal to allow arming rebels. Critics warn of "devastating consequences".
Arab Spring: Muslim Brotherhood Fulfills Jihad VisionThe media labelled Arab Spring pro-democracy as Muslim Brotherhood fulfilled its Jihadist vision.
Tunisia's Ousted President Gets Another Jail TermTunisia's deposed president, Ben Ali, given a five-year jail term absentia for corruption, adding to two previous life sentences.
Mubarak Surprises With a Call to Rally Around MorsiFormer Egyptian president makes a surprise call to Egyptians to rally around his Islamist successor, who he himself jailed twice.
Jordan's King Reappoints Prime MinisterKing Abdullah II of Jordan reappointed Abdullah Nsur as premier after talks between his chief of staff and parliamentarians.
First Lady Michelle Obama, State Dept. Honor Egyptian 9/11 FanFirst Lady Michelle Obama and U.S. Secy of StateJohn Kerry this week will honor a woman who celebrated Al Qaeda’s 9/11 attack on America.
Post-Arab Spring Protesters Jailed for Violence in MoroccoSix people have been sent to prison for their part in post-Arab Sping riots in Morocco's southern tourist haven of Marrakesh.
Tunisia's PM Resigns After Failing to Form New GovernmentTunisia's Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali resigns after failing to form a non-partisan government to end a political crisis.
Islamists 'Islamicize' Egyptian Singer With Female CaftanRadical Islamists tried to 'islamicize' one of Egypt's best-loved cultural icons
Egypt Approves New Controversial Protest LawEgypt's cabinet approves a new draft law regulating public demonstrations that is slammed by rights groups as restrictive.
Clashes Break Out Outside Presidential Palace in CairoEgyptian police fire tear gas and water cannons at protesters outside the presidential palace.
Tunisia: Clashes During Funeral of Murdered Opposition LeaderPolice clash with protesters during the funeral of opposition leader whose murder plunged Tunisia into new post-revolt turmoil.
Peres to New MKs: A Storm Rages Around UsPeres addresses new MKs, speaks of challenges. ‘Arab world is in turmoil, Iran is a threat.’
Morsi Declares State of Emergency in Wake of RiotsEgyptian President declares a state of emergency in three provinces hit by rioting which has left dozens dead.
Egypt: Deadly Riots After Soccer Riot Verdict AnnouncedStreet clashes kill at least 30 people in Egypt's Port Said, after 21 soccer fans sentenced to death over a bloody stadium riot.
Egypt: Protesters Clash with Police on Anniversary of RevoltEgyptian protesters storm government headquarters and clash with police during mass rallies on the second anniversary of the 2011 uprising.
Pro-Regime Loyalists to Dominate New Jordanian ParliamentTribal leaders, pro-regime loyalists and independent businessmen will sweep Jordan's parliamentary election.
Jordanians Skeptical Legislative Election Will Bring ChangeJordanians skeptical about the outcome of a January 23 election say they will not vote as they are fed up with failures of past parliaments.
Israel Quietly Lauded as ‘Only Free State’ in Middle EastThe State of Israel “remains the region’s only Free country,” according to a US democracy watchdog organization annual report.
Mubarak to be Retried, Egypt Court OrdersAn Egyptian court orders a retrial for former president Hosni Mubarak, after accepting an appeal against the life sentence handed to him.