• Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood: Further State Department Documents Show Washington's Backing

  • ISIL Cannot Be Defeated in Iraq if Left In Syria: Reviving a Modified Geneva Process Could Offer Answers

  • Al Sissi Still Popular Despite Reduction of Subsidies and Electricity Outages

  • Israel Again Fails to Break Palestinian Unity Deal

Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood: Further State Department Documents Show Washington’s Backing

Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood: Further State Department Documents Show Washington’s Backing

A March 12, 2012 confidential memo by US Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson that was sent to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the National Security Council and the Treasury Department further reveals the depth of the Obama Administration’s commitment to ...

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ISIL Cannot Be Defeated in Iraq if Left In Syria: Reviving a Modified Geneva Process Could Offer Answers

ISIL Cannot Be Defeated in Iraq if Left In Syria:   Reviving a Modified Geneva Process Could Offer Answers

There is a clear need for a concept to deal with the presence in Syria of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), and this need becomes more urgent with the realization that the problem of ISIL in ...

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Al Sissi Still Popular Despite Reduction of Subsidies and Electricity Outages

Al Sissi Still Popular Despite Reduction of Subsidies and Electricity Outages

Followers of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have been detected in 20 mosques across the Qena Province in Upper Egypt, according to statements by Qurashi Salameh, head of the Province’s Association of Imams. This particular province ...

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Israel Again Fails to Break Palestinian Unity Deal

Israel Again Fails to Break Palestinian Unity Deal

Israel’s month-and-a-half long invasion of Gaza, aimed at breaking up the Palestinian unity agreement, failed to accomplish that goal and has actually strengthened Hamas’ standing. Now, the Netanyahu government appears to have launched another effort to split Hamas and Fatah ...

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