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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

Congressional Research Service: Kuwait: Security, Reform, and U.S. Policy


As the Obama administration’s plans for raising a moderate Syrian opposition force become clearer, its approach seems to center on a lengthy recruitment, training, (...)

New findings from public opinion polls commissioned by The Washington Institute and conducted in September by a leading local commercial survey firm in Saudi Arabia, (...)

The Lebanese Forces Leader Samir Geagea and MP Sami Gemayel travelled to Saudi Arabia on Monday evening after being invited to hold talks with top officials about (...)

Non-Violent Extremism – the Breeding Ground for Violent Extremism The fact that Islamic religion is yet to go through a reformation process has made it an easy target (...)

‘From the Abode of Islam to the Turkish Vatan: The Making of a National Homeland in Turkey’ by Behlül Özkan (Yale University Press, 288 pages, $38) As the world (...)

The truth must be stated: If the West, led by the United States, truly wanted to bring about an end to the Israeli occupation and a solution to the (...)

“Come out, you donkey!” the Syrian rebel shouts in Arabic in the amateur video that appeared on the Internet in mid-October. Two other rebels are pulling something out (...)

On October 7, for the first time since the July 2006 war, Hezbollah publicly claimed responsibility for an attack against Israel after two soldiers were wounded by a (...)

It is no accident that hardly anyone involved in the Iranian nuclear negotiations has expressed optimism about meeting the November 24 deadline for a comprehensive (...)

The 20 percent decline in oil prices over the past three months has been attributed to a wide range of factors, including declining growth in China, poor growth in (...)

New polls show that the group has curried little favor in key countries, but the nuances behind the numbers have important implications for U.S. policy toward Syria, (...)

After a period of relative calm in the overwhelming Druze province of Suwaidaʾ the situation dramatically changed in the middle of last August. The villages of Dama (...)

The current Jihadi Narrative as experienced by the general public is one of a bunch of bloodthirsy killers who would kill everyone whom they see as "unbeliever", (...)

NYT

By JAMES RISEN WASHINGTON — Not long after American forces defeated the Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein in 2003, caravans of trucks began to arrive at Andrews Air (...)

First, the nature of Quran- the path of Reformation for a Humanistic Islam “Quran has been treated as synonyms to God. It is as if we dared to question the nature of (...)

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