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A Statement against sectarian conferences (in Syria)

Syria: Free Prominent Rights Defenders - Armed Groups Should End Harassment and Abductions

Nigeria’s Boko Haram: Frequently Asked Questions

Syria- A Priority for New Opposition Group: Curb, Condemn, Investigate and Punish Abuses by All Factions

Congressional Research Service: Yemen: Background and U.S. Relations, November 1, 2012

U.S. Ambassador Maura Connelly: The Lebanese people deserve a government that reflects their aspirations

Syria: Free Peaceful Activists, Journalists, Aid Workers in Amnesty - Give Independent Monitors Access to Detention Facilities

Syria: Despite Denials, More Cluster Bomb Attacks Compelling New Evidence of Use

Lebanon: Investigate and Punish Army Attacks on Migrants- Soldiers Accused of Beating Dozens of Syrian, Egyptian, and Sudanese migrants

Amnesty International: Clarity needed over fate of Syrian human rights lawyer

Statement Issued by Ambassador Maura Connelly: Chris Stevens and his team were working with Libyans every day to promote the values of freedom and democracy

Press release by Mr. Stevenson MEP, President of the Delegation for Relations with Iraq, on the death sentence on Dr. Al-Hashemi

New HRW report mapping out 27 Syrian torture centers

NGOs UNITED AGAINST TORTURE: Torture is a crime!

One Year Anniversary of the Disappearance of Shibli Alayasami

Call for the setting up of a Committee for the defense of academic values, institutional autonomy and support to the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities of la Manouba (FLAHM)

HRW- “They Burned My Heart”: War Crimes in Northern Idlib during Peace Plan Negotiations

Congressional Research Service; Iraq: Politics, Governance, and Human Rights


By Adam Goldman and Ellen Nakashima On Feb. 12, 2008, Imad Mughniyah, Hezbollah’s international operations chief, walked on a quiet nighttime street in Damascus after (...)

Just two days after President Obama’s visit to Riyadh, King Salman has sacked several of the princes who met with the U.S. delegation. According to U.S. and Saudi (...)

The Iranian nuclear negotiations have proven divisive enough within the United States and among the United States and its allies. But the bigger story is the wedge (...)

Tomorrow, January 27, President Obama will cut short his visit to India in order to meet with the new Saudi king in Riyadh and offer his condolences on the death (...)

In his State of the Union address Tuesday, U.S. President Barack Obama mentioned Syria only twice. On both occasions he did so in the context of the American-led (...)

by CONRAD HACKETT Recent violence in France and protest marches in Germany have drawn renewed attention to Europe’s Muslim population. In many European countries, (...)

The nuclear negotiations between the United States and Iran appear stalemated. Meanwhile Iran is on the march in the Middle East with its forces supporting the coup (...)

It would be very strange if the discovery of MOSSAD’s penetration into the highest leadership of Lebanese Hezbollah a few days ago does not create a (...)

Sunday, Israeli airstrikes targeted a convoy of Hezbollah vehicles, killing several senior operatives, reportedly including Jihad Mughniyeh, the son of late (...)

Major American media organizations have been running stories lately that feature one of Washington’s Persian Gulf allies, the United Arab Emirates, as a favored (...)

If there is anything pure, unadulterated, transcendent in Benjamin Netanyahu, it’s his vulgarity. The corpses were still warm last week when the Israeli prime (...)

Western intelligence sources say son of master terrorist Imad Mughniyah was planning attacks meant to ’kill soldiers, hit Israeli communities in the Golan Heights and (...)

Shaffaf Interview with Toufic Gaspard Shaffaf- From a Beirut perspective, how did the Daesh disaster come about? Who is to blame? Toufic Gaspard: Unfortunately, (...)

The terrorist network responsible for killing seventeen people in Paris last week is a troubling combination of three generations of jihadists, all fueled by (...)

BEIRUT — Around a kitchen table in Beirut’s southern suburbs, a midlevel Hezbollah commander moved empty coffee cups and a plastic water bottle around a cell phone, (...)

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