By Abu Tariq Hijazi | 15 Nov 2012
The incident of Hudaibiyah reserves in history a significant phase of Islam when Muslims got an opportunity to unexpectedly notch gains from the jaws of an apparent defeat.
It was the sixth year of Hijrah since the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his supporters had left the beloved city of Makkah. They were eager to visit the holy Kaaba and perform tawaf (circumambulation).
Source : Middle East Online | 28 Sep 2012
Egypt sees no reason to make changes to its peace treaty with Israel, presidential spokesman Yasser Ali said in statements carried Thursday by the state-owned paper Al-Ahram.
"There is no need for the moment to amend the Camp David agreement," said Ali who was accompanying President Mohamed Morsi in New York for the meetings of the UN General Assembly.
In 1979, Egypt became the first Arab country to sign a peace deal with Israel.