Saturday, December 28, 2013


Cairo campus torched amid Egypt protests Supporters of Egypt's Islamist Muslim Brotherhood have set fire to university buildings in Cairo, state TV says.

Global Islamism: Prospects for 2014 Thanks to the Obama administration's uninformed and flimsy foreign policy decisions, the year 2013 has distinctively been a blessing for the independent Islamist parties and fundamentalist Islamic governments.

Kerry to return to Middle East next week US Secretary of State John Kerry will return to the Middle East next week.

New calls for Jewish prayer at Jerusalem holy site For decades, the religious Jews who bucked a rabbinic ban and visited a contested holy site in Jerusalem where the ancient Jewish temple once stood were seen by many as a fanatic fringe.

Iraq MP Ahmed al-Awlani arrested in deadly Ramadi raid Iraqi forces have arrested an MP, killing his brother and five of his guards during a raid on his home in the western city of Ramadi.

Turkish protesters clash with police as supporters cheer Erdogan Protesters demanding Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan resign over a high-level corruption scandal clashed with riot police in Istanbul.

Deep sea creatures found off Rockall 'new to science' Four animals previously unknown to science have been discovered in deep water off Scotland, the Scottish government has said.

IDF fighting new brand of Palestinian terror The Israeli security establishment has been attempting to deal with the populist terror surge in the West Bank.

The Jihadist Cleansing of Christianity from Muslim Countries Fox News reported that in Iraq, "Christians are afraid to put up a Christmas tree or other decorations, according to one Christian pastor in Iraq".

Iranian nuclear chief: Islamic Republic designing new centrifuges Iran's nuclear chief said the Islamic Republic was making plans to mass produce new centrifuges for uranium enrichment.