arab spring

Facebook’s oversight board should defend liberal values - opinion

Giving a Muslim Brotherhood supporter the ability to decide what is permitted on Facebook’s is a step in the wrong direction, and not only for Jews and for Muslims opposed to the Brotherhood.

Egypt extends the detention of Coptic activist by 15 days.

The activist was told that if he wishes to be released, he must stop writing about violations of freedom of religion or belief in Egypt.

By OMRI RON
17/01/2020
PROTESTERS CLASH with police in Bahrain during 2011 Arab Spring protests
Arab League wary of Turkish, Iranian threats

The Arab League Secretary General is increasingly concerned over growing Iranian and Turkish dominance of the region.

Souad Mekhennet awarded International Leadership Award

While working for the Post, Mekhennet has written about the rise of extremism and terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda and ISIS in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
12/11/2019
‘Arab Spring will spread to Palestinian territories’

“It is certain the current - or next - wave of the Arab Spring will arrive sooner or later to Palestine.”

Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah addresses his supporters during a public appearance at a re
Nasrallah: Hezbollah does not support gov’t resignation, ‘time is short’

“When the government takes measures that restore people's trust, the Lebanese people will accept,” Hezbollah-run news website Al-Ahed tweeted him as saying.

By REUTERS , RACHEL WOLF
19/10/2019
Election monitor describes Tunisia’s elections and hope for future

‘There are only so many times a population relishes the idea of going to vote’

Fatah official speaks on Palestinian TV
Who is responsible for the Arab Spring? Fatah officials blame US

The Palestinian Media Watch watchdog organization highlighted in a report several recent instances in which Fatah officials blame the US - and in some cases Israel - for weakening the Arab states.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
05/07/2019
Ex-President Mohammad Morsi seen through prison bars in 2016
Morsi and the Middle East: In death the symbol of division - analysis

Morsi was sworn in on June 30, 2012. He spent one year in power.

Hangman’s noose
Saudi teen faces death sentence for supposed crimes as a minor

While executions in Saudi Arabia are fairly common, it is rare to sentence someone with the death sentence who committed an act while a child.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
10/06/2019
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