Category Archives: Arab-Israeli conflict

Hezbollah operative flown home from Iraq

Al Mayadeen TV channel in Lebanon announces that Ali Mussa Daqdouq al Mousawi, a Hezbollah operative who was detained in Iraq in 2007 after an attack on the Provisional Joint Coordination Center in Karbala is on his way to Lebanon … Continue reading

Posted in Arab-Israeli conflict, Beirut, Hezbollah, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Uncategorized

When kids spy

Or how do you sentence a teenager to 5 years of prison because she has a blog right after you just decided that bogging is “allowed”. “Syrian woman blogger Tal al-Mallouhi has been sentenced to five years in prison by … Continue reading

Posted in Arab-Israeli conflict, Beirut, Egypt, Syria, View over Beirut

Egypt and the Arab-Israeli conflict

Great debate in New York Times And great summary of the situation: For Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, President Hosni Mubarak has been his strongest ally in the region. At the same time, Mr. Mubarak has been a firm … Continue reading

Posted in Arab-Israeli conflict, Egypt