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by: Kristen Chick 2010-8-2
When Mohamed ElBaradei, nobel laureate and former head of the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency, swept back to Egypt in February talking of democratic reform and possibly running for president, he reinvigorated a stagnant political opposition...

by: Ralph Z. Hallow 2008-8-5
ST. PAUL, Minn. | Sarah Palin displays an Israeli flag in her governor’s office in Juneau, even though she has never been to the country, and attends Protestant evangelical churches that consider the preservation of the state of Israel a biblical imperative. Her faith makes her a favorite with the staunchly pro-Israel neoconservative elements in the Republican Party. But other Republicans may be concerned that a John McCain-Sarah Palin administration will disregard the caution of f..

by: Jon Ward 2008-5-18
President Bush today said he needs to do a better job of countering the notion that he dislikes Muslims and America is at war with all Muslims, but blamed what he called “poisonous” state-run TV stations in the Middle East for spreading false information...

by: By Nir Boms and Benjamin Balint 2008-5-4
Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Egypt’s leading democracy activist, hangs two photographs in his modest office at the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies in Cairo...

by: Laura Kasinof 2008-5-1
Egyptians are using the online social networking tool Facebook to defy the government’s attempt to muzzle the media and hush reported incidents of police brutality during a strike by workers in a town in the Nile Delta...

by: Samah Jabr 2008-3-22
What is happening in Gaza today is not a humanitarian crisis; rather, it is another Nakba, another war. Israel will continue to escalate its atrocities and intensify its siege in the hope that Gazans will flee to Egypt—this time, once and for all. Israeli Interior Minister Meir Sheetrit has suggested annihilating a Gaza neighborhood in response to Qassam fire on Sderot. And he is considered a moderate compared to other Israeli ministers! ..

by: Bill Gertz 2008-1-4
Stephen Coughlin, the Pentagon specialist on Islamic law and Islamist extremism, has been fired from his position on the military’s Joint Staff. The action followed a report in this space last week revealing opposition to his work for the military by pro-Muslim officials within the office of Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England..

by: Steven Brooke 2007-11-17
According to the U.N., in 2005 more than 54 percent of Egypt’s population was younger than 24. The numbers are similar for almost every other Muslim country..

by: Nicholas Kralev 2007-11-15
U.S. Embassy officials said they are acting in conformity with a worldwide policy of dealing with political parties that are represented in their national parliaments. Muslim Brotherhood members can only run for Egypt’s parliament as independents, and U.S. officials say they have met them only in that capacity."Our rare contacts with the nominally independent members of parliament have occurred only in the full light of day, with many other Egyptians present, including members from the..

by: Claude Salhani 2007-10-20
In an open letter to the heads of all Christian churches — including Pope Benedict XVI — and to all Christians around the world, 138 of the world’s most senior Muslim leaders, including several prominent leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, stressed that "the future of the world depends on peace between Muslims and Christians...

by: Devika Parashar/ F. Andy Messing 2007-9-5
The parallels between President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and the deposed shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi of Iran, are attention-getting. In 1979, prior to the notorious Islamic Revolution, which was instigated and controlled by radical Muslim cleric Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the shah wielded personal and authoritarian power in a manner comparable to the dictators of the time: Ferdinand Marcos in the Philippines, Anastasio Somoza in Nicaragua, and earlier, Fulgencio Batista in Cuba...