Israel stops 'fly-in' protests against its West Bank border policies
Airlines cancel flights amid warnings protesters will be deported. Hundreds of police officers deployed to protect Tel Aviv airport.
Egypt: militants bomb Jordan-Israel gas pipeline
Shut down since March 5 due to previous attacks, the explosion did not disrupt fuel flow.
Jordan security forces arrest 12 for 'insulting the King'
Police arrested 12 activists during a rally in Amman on Saturday for insulting the country’s King Abdullah II, a day after a leading human rights watchdog called for the release of six other activists detained earlier this month on the same charges.
Syria: Jordan denies allowing Saudi arms to reach rebel Free Syrian Army
An anonymous diplomat put Amman on the hot seat, telling a reporter that Saudi Arabia was arming the Syrian rebels and using Jordan for transshipment.
Arab regimes embrace Twitter and Facebook — for their own ends
Governments learn to use Facebook and Twitter to strike back against democracy activists.
Poll of Arab World finds fear of US, Israel
A majority supports pluralistic democracy, but roughly one third is opposed to accommodating those with political opinions different from their own.
Jordan talks on Abu Qatada deportation 'positive,' says home secretary
UK Home Secretary Theresa May says talks with senior officials in Jordan over the deportation of radical preacher Abu Qatada from the UK have been “positive,” though further assurances are needed regarding the use of evidence obtained via torture.
Delhi-Israel bomb Update: India hedges on Israel demand for UN resolution
In curious reversal of its past struggles with Pakistan, India demands more evidence before it will back censuring Iran
Abu Qatada: British minister Brokenshire in Jordan for deportation talks (VIDEO)
With a public furor after yesterday's release of accused terrorist Abu Qatada on bail, a British delegation are in Jordan for talks on his deportation.
Abu Qatada, radical Muslim cleric, granted bail in the UK
Abu Qatada was convicted in absentia in Jordan of involvement in bomb attacks over a decade ago but the European Court of Human Rights says a retrial there would be a flagrant denial of justice.
Khaled Meshaal, leader of Hamas, announces plans to step down
Meshaal will switch to a symbolic role after 16 years at the top of the Islamic resistance movement.
Islamist Abu Qatada cannot be deported from UK, rules human rights court
Abu Qatada, a radical Islamist cleric accused of involvement with several terrorist groups including Al Qaeda, cannot be deported from Britain to Jordan, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled.
Jordan to host meeting of Israelis and Palestinians
Israeli and Palestinian envoys will meet in Amman, Jordan, on Tuesday to resume direct talks on the Middle East peace process stalled for more than a year.
Abu Railin: Saudi Arabia discount chain caught selling Israeli goods
The Saudi company was caught selling Israeli-made pencils, a violation of the Arab boycott on Israeli goods.
Get to the damn peace table, Panetta tells Israel
US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Friday told Israel to get back to the "damn table" and negotiate with the Palestinians.
Not much good to come from Arab Spring
Opinion: Among conservatives in Israel, the gloom is pronounced.
At World Economic Forum, Arab Spring looms large
Analysis: With economies on the brink, Arab leaders worry they won't be able to meet expectations of the Arab youth.
King of Jordan dismisses government
This is the second time King Abdullah has done so in the past 8 months.
The end of Israel as we know it?
Israel now finds itself isolated like no other time in the past 35 years.
The falling dominoes of the Arab Spring
Opinion: Gaddafi is on his way out. Is Syria next?
Star Trek comes to Jordan
An acknowledged Trekkie, King of Jordan lands billion dollar Star Trek theme park.
At Jordan protests, US role is questioned
Old grievances are renewed in Jordan, as an American flag burns.
Journalists sue police over beatings in Jordan
Reporters beaten while covering protests in Amman Friday
Pro-Saleh groups upstage demonstrators in Sanaa (VIDEO)
Massive rival demonstrations divided Yemen's capital, in protest and support of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, amid unprecedented levels of security.
Kuwait government resigns in row over monarchy
Kuwait’s government has quit en masse in a dispute over the performance of several ministers in dealing with uprising in Kuwait’s neighbor, Bahrain.
Protests in Jordan turn violent after police break up rallies (VIDEO)
Anti-government protesters clashed with supporters of King Abdullah and security forces in Amman, leaving one dead and 130 hurt.
Amid silence on regional unrest, debate rages inside Israel
Some in Israel worry it will emerge the big loser when dust settles around the region.
T. Boone Pickens doubts Saudi Arabia can stabilize oil prices
The oil billionaire doubts Saudi Arabia's oil capacity claims; says price of oil could reach $150 if Middle East unrest spreads.
Continued protests in the Middle East (VIDEO)
Residents of other Middle Eastern capitals took to the streets, claiming solidarity with Libyans in their stand against Muammar Gaddafi and voicing complaints against their own leaders.
Up to 4 dead in Bahrain, as Mideast protests continue (VIDEO)
Four killed as Bahrain police raid Tahrir-style protest in capital.
Israel fears nightmare scenario after Mubarak
With Mubarak's ouster, Israeli officials see country encircled by hostile states