Monthly Archives: February 2013

Interview with Bruce Hoffman on today’s global terrorism threat

By Bilal Y. Saab How do we assess the global terrorism threat in today’s world? One can make a case that the threat of spectacular, 9/11-like terrorism has decreased because several terrorist masterminds and senior operators including Al Qaeda chief … Continue reading

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Hezbollah trafficking in drugs and conflict diamonds should be reason enough for European Union sanctions.  Europe would only be strengthening its own position in Lebanon, not giving Hezbollah a reason to grab total power.   But…

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Farrakhan Calls on Chicago Gangs to Protect Islamic State in America

Farrakhan Calls on Chicago Gangs to Protect Islamic State in America.

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Finance and nuclear energy in the Middle East

Middle East ArmsControl Chen Kane The decision to pursue a domestic nuclear energy program is typically motivated by a myriad of political, economic and strategic factors. But financial considerations seem to top the nuclear agendas of some Middle Eastern countries … Continue reading

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Don’t misunderstand Khamenei’s nuclear fatwa

By Ariane Tabatabai Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has reiterated a number of times that the use of nuclear weapons is prohibited under Islamic law. One declaration in particular has received a lot of attention and has become known as … Continue reading

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US STATE DEPARTMENT’S “SYRIASLY” CAMPAIGN REACHES NEW LEVEL OF ABSURDITY

  While the West and its Arab partners, the brutally autocratic regimes of Saudi Arabia and Qatar, are now admittedly funneling heavy weapons to Al Qaeda’s stronghold in Daraa, southern Syria, the US State Department and its extensive network of faux … Continue reading

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National Security and Threat Misperception

Alon Ben-Meir Brief synopsis: The most puzzling aspect of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict may be that after 65 years of violence, enmity and suffering, it remains unresolved when coexistence is inevitable and a two-state solution remains the only viable option. Although … Continue reading

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ANHRI and EOHR Hold a Press Conference to Announce the Media Monitoring Project Report During the Transition The Report monitors 10 Newspaper, 10 Websites, 5 Satellite channels, 5 Religious Channels and 5 Sport Channels

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) and The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) to attend the press conference to announce the report of Monitor the Media during the Presidential Elections and the Handover of Power in Egypt, “Media and … Continue reading

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