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Muslim man removed from flight after attendant announced, 'Mohamed Ahmed, I will be watching you'

Muslim man removed from flight after attendant announced, 'Mohamed Ahmed, I will be watching you'

In a case of alleged discrimination in the US, a 40-year-old Muslim man was removed from a plane after a flight attendant publicly announced his name, seat number and said she would be watching him.

Heavy security for Jerusalem Gay Pride year after deadly attack

Hundreds of Israeli police are being drafted into Jerusalem to protect the city`s Gay Pride march on Thursday, a year after an ultra-Orthodox Jew killed a teenager and also stabbed five other people.

'Revolution' occurring in Israel's relations with Arab states: Netanyahu

Speaking at a military graduate ceremony in the National Security College on Wednesday evening, Netanyahu said that Israel is witnessing a "revolution in relations with important Arab states".

Hamas thanks Turkey for Gaza efforts in Israel deal

Hamas thanks Turkey for Gaza efforts in Israel deal

Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas thanks Turkey for its efforts on behalf of Gazans, urging it to increase pressure for an end to a decade-old blockade.

Family of Arab Israeli `held by Hamas` seeks answers

A year of uncertainty for Hisham Al-Sayed`s family finally came to an end this month when a grainy black and white photo appeared on a Hamas-affiliated television channel.

Israeli police appoint first Muslim deputy commissioner

Israeli police said on Wednesday it has appointed its first Muslim Arab deputy commissioner, who will head efforts to boost policing in Arab communities of Israel.

Young Arabs see Islamic State as biggest regional challenge - poll

Young Arabs view Islamic State as the biggest challenge facing their region and some blame poor job opportunities for the rise of the militant group, according to a survey published on Tuesday.

Chilean attacked in Poland after being mistaken for Arab

Dozens of people turned out for a short concert in Warsaw in support of a Chilean pianist and teacher who was recently beaten by skinheads who mistook him for an Arab.

Indian citizens abducted by ISIS in Iraq: SC directs Centre to appoint Nodal Officer

Indian citizens abducted by ISIS in Iraq: SC directs Centre to appoint Nodal Officer

ISIS had abducted Indian construction workers in Iraq's Mosul city in June 2014.

39 Indians in ISIS captivity in Iraq: Arab world helping to get them free, says Sushma

39 Indians in ISIS captivity in Iraq: Arab world helping to get them free, says Sushma

Last year, the ministry had said that all 39 Indians held hostage in Iraq by the Islamic State are alive.

Kurds, Arabs seize key Syria dam on Euphrates river from Islamic State

Kurds, Arabs seize key Syria dam on Euphrates river from Islamic State

Kurdish and Arab rebels seized a key dam on the Euphrates River from Islamic State group jihadists in northern Syria on Saturday.

Israel instigates religious war, says Palestinian government

Of the total 74 Palestinians killed since the spark of violence, 29 of them were from Hebron, the Palestinian Health Ministry stated.

Clashes in southern Algeria leave one dead

A man who was injured in clashes in southern Algeria, site of off-and-on confrontations between Berber and Arab communities, has died of his wounds, the country`s national news agency said on Saturday.

Gulf expat workers send home $100 billion: Report

Foreigners working in the energy-rich Arab states of the Gulf sent more than $100 billion in remittances to their home countries last year, an economic report showed Tuesday.

Arab forces strike Houthi-held Yemen military port: Local official

Arab warplanes and ships bombed Yemen`s largest military port in the Red Sea city of Hodaida on Wednesday, a local official said, heavily damaging the facility and partly destroying two warships.

Tunisia says 172 nationals held by Libya militia

Tunisia said Monday that it was negotiating for the release of 172 nationals being held by a Libyan militia as bargaining chips for one of its commanders detained in Tunis.

Eyeing Arab ties, Israel to observe nuclear pact meeting

Israel will take part as an observer in a major nuclear non-proliferation conference that opens at the United Nations on Monday, ending a 20-year absence in hope of fostering dialogue with Arab states, a senior Israeli official said.

UN chief nominates new special envoy to Yemen amid chaos

The UN chief has nominated a new special envoy to Yemen, who will be tasked with guiding talks meant to end the violent chaos in the Arab world's poorest country, the Security Council president said on Thursday.

Arab youth lose faith in democracy: Survey

 Arab youth have lost faith in democracy and the initial optimism originating from a chain of uprisings in the region about positive change has mutated into fear of violent Islamist extremism, according to a survey.

More than 30% of Arab youth jobless: Labour official

More than 30 percent of young Arabs are jobless because of unrest in many Arab nations and not enough investment, a top labour official said on Sunday.