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Egyp’ts Shiites

Egyp’ts Shiites Intelligence Report While some 90 percent of Egyptians are Sunni Muslims, the number of Shia in Egypt has been estimated at up to 2.2 million, including “Twelvers” and Ismailis. A Shiite dynasty,  the Fatimids, conquered Egypt in 969 … Continue reading

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News brief 21 September 2012

  News brief 21 September 2012 The reactions in the Arab world to the degrading YouTube-video of the Prophet Mohammed continued during the week. In order to avoid further unrest, Youtube banned the video in Egypt, Libya and Saudi Arabia. … Continue reading

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How to prevent the escalation of inter cultural violence?

How to prevent the escalation of inter cultural violence? By Thomas Röhlinger The spate of protests in the Muslim world has once again demonstrated the need to re-think politics, peace building, media and finance in order to prevent the escalation … Continue reading

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The Filmmaker Who Wasn’t

The Filmmaker Who Wasn’t Combined Reports The man claiming to be the writer, director and producer of the anti-Islam film that reportedly spurred deadly anti-American protests in Libya and Cairo Tuesday appeared on Wednesday not to exist — at least, … Continue reading

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US Was Warned of ME Embassy Threats

US Was Warned of ME Embassy Threats Intelligence Report Intelligence Sources revealed, the Obama administration had received warnings of threats to attack as many as seven US missions in the Middle East on the anniversary of 9/11. As early as … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Role …

    Egypt’s Role in Defusing the Iranian Nuclear Crisis   Foreign Policy Intelligence Analysis Report   Iran now sees Egypt as the leader of the Arab world and a potential strategic partner that can help end its isolation. Morsi, … Continue reading

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Hamas and the E…

    Hamas and the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood      From Intelligence Point of View   The first official meeting between Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi and Hamas historic leader Khaled Mashal in July was hailed by both parties as the prelude … Continue reading

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Progress For The Arab And Islamic World Can Only Come From Western Civilization

Saudi Shura Council Member Ibrahim Al-Buleihi: Progress For The Arab And Islamic World Can Only Come From Western Civilization  In a recent TV interview, prominent Saudi reformist and Shura Council member Ibrahim al-Buleihi stressed the need to overcome the cultural … Continue reading

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WOMEN FIGHT FOR RIGHTS IN NEW EGYPT

WOMEN FIGHT FOR RIGHTS IN NEW EGYPT Report Throughout the course of Egypt’s January 25 Revolution, which culminated in the ouster of longstanding President Hosni Mubarak in February 2011, female protesters stood on the frontlines of the uprising alongside their … Continue reading

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  Special report The Pope in Lebanon for the mission of Christians and the Arab Spring Diplomatic Report Benedict XVI’s announced visit to Lebanon (14-16 September 2012) has a particular urgency for the upheaval that is preying on the region. … Continue reading

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