Saturday, April 07, 2012


EasterEaster is a Christian feast and holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his crucifixion at Calvary as described in the New Testament.

Egypt launches operation to gain control of Sinai Days after Katyusha rocket fired from Sinai into Eilat, Cairo seeks to increase sovereignty in lawless region.

Erdogan: Turkey will take 'steps' if Syria disregards ceasefire deadline Turkey's prime minister says the country will wait "patiently" to see if Syria abides by a cease-fire deadline.

Israel Blames U.S. for Media Reports About Iran Strategy Top officials in Israel are charging that national-security leaks coming from the U.S. government are undermining Israel's military options against Iran.

Ex-spy chief enters Egypt presidential race Former Egyptian intelligence chief Omar Suleiman said on Friday he would run for president if supporters complete his paperwork within a day.

Palestinian rights groups condemn Gaza executions One of the three men that were hanged was found guilty by a Hamas court of "collaboration" with Israel.

Syria fighting 'kills 100' ahead of ceasefire At least 100 people have died on one of the bloodiest days in the Syrian uprising, according to unverified reports, days ahead of a ceasefire.

Vatican, Israel Spar Over Disputed Last Supper Site If there's one building in Jerusalem that represents the city's tangle of religions, this is it.

Triumphant Tuareg rebels fall out over al-Qaeda's jihad in Mali As one group of rebels proudly proclaimed the independent state of Azawad in the "liberated" north of Mali last week, their allies were preparing for jihad.

Muslim Brotherhood: We will not put Egypt-Israel peace treaty to referendum A member of parliament for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice party said on Friday that the movement would not put Egypt's peace treaty with Israel to a national referendum vote.