There's mischief afoot
The purpose of the Israeli strike against Syria and the leaks on Israel's intention to strike Iran is to make the Arabs cower while Tel Aviv flexes its military muscle, writes Ibrahim Nafie
US return to UNESCO
Is the US decision to return to the fold of the UNESCO simply a ploy to gain credibility for its plans for the Middle East, asks Hassan Nafaa
As peace seeking becomes hell...
Is there an alternative to the escalating violence in the region, asks Mohamed Sid-Ahmed
Neo-conservative plan on the rocks
The neo-conservative grand design for the Middle East is being unravelled by terrorist attacks, writes Muqtedar Khan
An example to follow
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina is a model of dynamic modernisation, writes Mohsen Youssef
Policy of conquest
Israel does not want the Palestinians to have a viable state. Its threats to Arafat, says Medhat El-Zahed , are not surprising
The Arab world is not impotent
The world's largest oil reserves are still under Arab feet, writes John Whitbeck
Turmoil lies ahead
US policies towards Arab and Muslim nations are endangering international peace, spreading fanaticism and terror, eroding economic progress, threatening political stability and ripping apart the very fabric of society in these countries...
Fragmenting the region
The Middle East is currently witnessing the spread of chaos and violence, with the danger of much greater escalation...
By Salama A Salama
Lower dollar rates
It was interesting to note the effect on the price of the dollar on the Egyptian black market caused by the Central Bank's decision to inject $400 million into the market...
The attack on Syria
Washington's position on Syria is certainly strange: the Israeli army attacks Syria and what do Americans do?
By Naguib Mahfouz