Tag Archives: Palestine

The new saints

Pope Francis has canonised two 19th century nuns who lived in Palestine, then controlled by the Ottoman Empire. Marie Alphonsine Ghattas    ... more

Marching to the same tune

Thousands of people joined a march in Tunis in an expression of unity in the face of recent extremist incidents. At    ... more

Peace agreement brings new aims

In talks late last week, a new peace agreement has been decided by the government’s of Palestine and Israel, which intends    ... more

Globalisation promotes a world in action

In cause of the recent situation in Gaza, global governments are working together and independently to give advice and support to    ... more

Cleopatra’s beauty secret

Its location aims to be exotic, water therapeutic and uplifting. Salt crystals line the shore of this natural phenomenon. Located in    ... more

The Montagues and Capulets in Palestine

Hailed as a modern day Romeo and Juliet, the Oscar nominated OMAR is set to be released into UK cinemas at    ... more

Discovering a diamond

The Middle East lies at one of the planets junctures, those crossing in a Westerly fashion through the Egyptian Sinai aims    ... more

Interesting future for Israel and Palestine

The first day of the New Year will mark the US press secretary John Kerry’s visit to Israeli and Palestinian lands    ... more

Negotiations between Israel and Palestine show promise of resolution to conflict

For too long the violent conflict between Israel and Palestine has shaped affairs in the Middle East, so it is welcoming    ... more

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Encouraging diplomacy

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has reportedly been flown to Israel in a stepped-up effort to broker a truce in    ... more