Tag Archives: Morsi

Jabhat an-Nusra li-Ahl Misr ~ Jabhat an-Nusra in Egypt

  pietervanostaeyen (June 18, 2013) a post got released by, what appears to be, a new Salafi group in Egypt that calls itself Jabhat an-Nusra li-Ahl Misr (Jabhat an-Nusra for the People of Egypt). One might see this group as … Continue reading

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Golda Meir offered Egypt most of Sinai for peace before 1973 war

Golda Meir (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons) New documents show Israel’s proposal, conveyed via West Germanchannels months before the Yom Kippur War, was bluntly rejected.Several months before the 1973 Yom Kippur War, then-Israeli prime minister Golda Meir used West German diplomatic channels to offer Egypt most of … Continue reading

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INSURGENCY IN YEMEN: THE NEW CHALLENGE TO AMERICAN COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

By Katherine Zimmerman American strategy against al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen relies on local Yemeni forces to defeat terrorists and the militias that support them.[1] The challenge has historically been finding and eliminating AQAP leaders, since the group … Continue reading

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New statement from Salafīyyah Jihādīyyah in the Sinai: “Regarding the Kidnapping of the Egyptian Soldiers in Sinai”

أما بعد – تابعنا كما تابع أهل مصر جميعاً أحداث الأيام الماضية في سيناء من خطف مجموعة من الجنود المصريين ثم خروج مقطع مصور لهم يناشدون رئيس البلاد و قادة الجيش لتلبية مطالب الخاطفين بالإفراج عن المعتقلين من أهالي سيناء … Continue reading

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EGYPT’S NEW REGIME AND THE FUTURE OF THE U.S.-EGYPTIAN STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIP

Executive Summary of Intelligence Military Study Done By Strategic Studies Institute and U.S. This monograph, completed in August 2012, analyzes the developments in Egypt from January 2011 to August 2012 and addresses the following questions that are pertinent to U.S. policymakers: How … Continue reading

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TEHRAN TO DECIDE WHO CAN RUN FOR PRESIDENT

PolicyWatch 2076As the regime narrows the list of approved candidates for the upcoming presidential election, Washington should criticize Tehran for limiting who is permitted to run. On May 12, Iran’s Guardian Council will begin deliberations on which candidates can participate in … Continue reading

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القيادة المشتركة للجيش السوري الحر رسالة مفتوحة إلى جماعة الأخوان المسلمين في سورية

القيادة المشتركة للجيش السوري الحر رسالة مفتوحة إلى جماعة الأخوان المسلمين في سورية.

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Egypt: ANHRI Denounces the Security Intervention to Ban the Screening A documentary Movie on Jews in Egypt

  Cairo March 14, 2013 The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), today denounces banning the screening the movie “Jews of Egypt” due to objections made by the security bodies regarding the title and the content of the movie. … Continue reading

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Egyptian Parliament Member: Morsi Power Grab a Serious Threat to Democracy

  LIGNET INSIDER REPORT In an exclusive interview with LIGNET, Egyptian parliament member Ahmed Said described Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi’s decision last week to place his decisions above judicial rule as “the most serious and dangerous political decision” made since … Continue reading

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Understanding the Egypt-Iran relationship



  The relationship between Egypt and Iran has been rocky throughout the post-Second World War period. While maintaining diplomatic relations, the two countries often found themselves at odds with one another because of their respective ideological allegiances. Relations between Nasser’s … Continue reading

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