Morsi Says Sweeping Powers Are 'Only Temporary'Egyptian President says the sweeping new powers he has assumed are only temporary, calls for dialogue.
Protests in Egypt Over Morsi's New 'Pharaoh' PowersPresident Mohammed Morsi insists Egypt is on the path to "freedom and democracy", as protesters hold rallies over his sweeping powers.
Riots in Jordan May Spark Arab Spring RevolutionA boiling underground volcano of anger has begun to erupt in Jordan. Mass riots follow sharp price hikes. Muslim Brotherhood in the wings.
Bahrain Fingers Hizbullah in Terror Attacks Which Killed TwoBahrain claims that Hizbullah is behing five bombings that killed two Asian expatriates in the capital Manama.
Signs of Turmoil in Iran: Ahmadinejad Turns Backers into EnemiesBad sign for Ahmadinejad: Ayatollah’s representative tells him, “You are turning your supporters into your opponents.”
Jordan's King: I'm in Power to Reform, Not ControlKing Abdullah II says his goal is to stimulate reform away from a “negative” power struggle, a reference to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Dangerous to Oppose 'Moderate' Islamist Tunisian Gov'tA video shows an opposition party official was dragged along the ground and beaten to death by a pro-government mob in Tunisia last week.
Thousands of Islamists Demonstrate in JordanThousands of Islamists demonstrate in central Amman to demand reforms, just hours after King Abdullah II dissolves parliament.
Arab Spring Blew in Rotten EconomyThe rotten fruits of the Arab Spring have been poor economies, the Arab Monetary Fund says. It also cited the global financial crisis.
CNN Lambasted for Use of Dead Ambassador's Private JournalUS State Department blasts CNN for use of a private journal found amid the wreckage of the attack on the US consulate
FSA: 'The Fall of the Regime Is a Question of Months'With the Damascus regime losing control of the country, the Syrian rebel army gains confidence
'PA Wouldn't Last One Day Without IDF' Dep. FM Says in NYAyalon, in NY for the PA Donor Conference, gives a preview of his speech, telling it like it is.
Former Gitmo Inmate Lead Suspect in US Embassy AttackNew information points to former Guantanamo Bay inmate with ties to Al-Qaeda as leader of attack on US Embassy in Libya.
France Fears Violent Reaction to CartoonsAfter one magazine's publication of caricatures of Mohammed, France prepares for what they fear may be a violent outburst.
Turkish PM Slams Muslim Extremist Violence at EmbassiesTurkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan denounced an anti-Islam video mocking the Prophet Mohammed, but said it cannot justify acts of terror.
U.S. Tells Citizens in Jordan: Be CarefulIn emergency message to Americans in Jordan, U.S. Embassy says it has increased its security.
Protests Prompt Netanyahu to Give PA Aid PackageNetanyahu orders the transfer of a 250 million shekel advance to the PA from tax revenues collected by Israel.
Israel Fears Arab Spring Anarchy in PAIsraeli military and government leaders fear the social protests in the Palestinian Authority will lead to anarchy, seek aid for Ramallah.
Dichter Warns Against Muslim Brotherhood TakeoverHome Front Defense Minister: The Arab world has begun the long journey which ends with Muslim Brotherhood control.
Fayyad: Ready to Resign Over ProtestsPA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad says he will resign if that's the will of the people, blames Israel for the PA’s financial troubles.
PA 'Arab Spring' Protests Target Fayyad, AbbasPA Arabs blocked roads and burned tires, demanding lower prices
'Arab Spring' Hits PA as Hundreds Protest in ShechemHundreds of protesters gather in the main square in Shechem, calling for the ouster of PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.
Jihadist Tells Iran, Uprising in Jordan Can Help Crush IsraelAn Islamic Jihad official tells Iran that a popular uprising in Jordan would break the last part of Israel's "security chain."
Syria's Muslim Brotherhood Hopes for Islamic StateThe Muslim Brotherhood in Syria says that the country post-Assad will be an Islamic state.
IDF Trains for ‘Arab Spring' in Judea and SamariaThe IDF is training for an “Arab Spring” rebellion in Judea and Samaria with a large-scale exercise for the first time in three years.
Tunisian Leadership: 'No Normalization with Israel'The leading party in Tunisia's government has reiterated its opposition to normalization of ties with Israel.
Syrian Army Launches Military Drill as World WatchesThe Syrian Army has launched a major military drill, according to an announcement by the country's official SANA news agency.
Libya's Outgoing Leaders Push for ShariaLibya's outgoing National Transitional Council: Sharia should be the “main” source of legislation.
Jordan's King Urges Islamists to Take Part in ElectionsJordan's King urges the Islamist opposition to take part in upcoming elections, despite their dissatisfaction with reforms.
Former Tunisian President Sentenced to Life in PrisonTunisian court sentences former President Ben Ali to life in prison for his role in the deaths of protesters during last year's uprising.
Fierce Riots in Tunisia Over Artistic 'Insult' to IslamThousands of Tunisians rioted in their capital city Tuesday over an art exhibition they claimed posed an “insult” to Islam.
Mubarak Verdict in Live Broadcast on SaturdayThe trial of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak is coming to an end this weekend with a verdict that could decide Egypt's future
Egyptian Run-Off Pits Brotherhood Against MilitaryThe leading candidates headed to Egypt's presidential run-off represent a dichotomy of old vs. new, and status quo vs. political Islam
Murder of Jew in Yemen Raises Fears for Tiny CommunityThe fatal stabbing of a Yemenite Jewish leader on Tuesday has raised fears for Jews no longer protected by a benevolent government.
Al Qaeda Calls for Saudi UprisingAl Qaeda top terrorist Ayman al-Zawahiri has called on Saudis to oust the ruling al-Saud family calling them corrupt thieves.
Egypt Prepares to Choose Mubarak SuccessorPresidential campaigns in Egypt have been halted ahead of a two-day poll that will, when finished, mark a transition to civilian rule
Syrian Fires Make Beirut BoilSyria's ongoing unrest has ignited the worst violence in Beirut since the 2008 clashes that almost plunged Lebanon into civil war
Egypt Raids Illegal Iranian Radio StationEgyptian forces shut down an Iranian radio station that has operated in Cairo for nine years ahead of the upcoming presidential vote
Islamists Fail to Win Algeria ElectionsIslamists suffer surprising defeat in Algeria's parliamentary elections, in contrast to other Arab Spring countries.
Annan: 'Last Chance to Avoid Civil War'UN-Arab envoy Kofi Annan and peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous say Assad's forces continue their assault despite cease-fire committments
Obama Aide Says US Promotes Arab Spring RebellionsThe Obama administration “nurtures” Arab Spring rebellions, which have been promoted as democratic but so far have yielded anarchy.
Aleppo Dragged into Syrian Civil WarThe northern trading city of Aleppo, relatively quiet until recently, has finally been dragged into Syria's growing civil war.
Jordan's New PM Promises Reforms, Critics SkepticalJordan swears in a cabinet, led by Prime Minister Fayez Tarawneh and tasked with pushing for reforms.
Cairo: Military Deploys as Clashes Kill 20Egypt's military rulers and pro-democracy protesters sparred over who sparked a series of deadly clashes that has left 20 protesters dead
Annan: The Situation in Syria is 'Bleak'Special envoy Kofi Annan told the Security Council that the situation in Syria is 'bleak' and expressed 'alarm' as violence continues
Tunisia's Tourism Minister: Protect Annual Jewish PiligrimageTunisia's tourism minister: the annual Jewish pilgrimage to Djerba should be maintained.
Egypt’s Top Presidential Contenders DisqualifiedTen presidential candidates – including the top 3 contenders – were disqualified en masse on Monday.
Tourism Trumps Islam in TunisiaTunis' Islamist government has decided its country's beaches and bars will remain open in an effort to revitalize the nation's economy.
Syria Promises Dawn CeasefirePresident Bashar al-Assad's forces have agreed to honor UN-Arab-league envoy Kofi Annan's ceasefire demand, if the rebels do too....
Egyptian Intelligence Ministry Building TorchedAnger over the death of two protesters killed in clashes with the army over road tolls has burgeoned into arson in Salloum.
Egyptian Constitutional Assembly SuspendedEgypt's Constitutional Assembly was slapped with an injunction following charges Islamist parties stacked the deck in their favor
Analysis: Suleiman Candidacy Foil for Concern Over IslamistsOmar Suleiman, a prominent figure in the Mubarak regime believes the time is ripe to enter the presidential race
Egyptian Candidate Promises Islamic VetoEgypt's leading presidential candidates are locked in a 'more Islamic than thou' battle aimed at winning hardliner votes.
Jordan Charges 13 Activists with Insulting the KingJordanian military prosecutors charge 13 political activists with incitement, a day after police broke up their demonstration.
Egypt's Islamists Prepare No-Confidence MotionEgypt's Muslim Brotherhood-led parliament begins drawing up a no-confidence motion against the military-appointed government .
Camel Merchants Threaten Cairo SiegeA ban on camel sales has halted USD 250 million in annual trade, quickened rising meat costs, and led camel merchants to the brink.
Tunisia Constitution to Reject ShariaAfter weeks of protest and growing secular opposition, Tunisia's ruling Islamist party announced Sharia will not be enshrined in government.