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by: John Esposito 2013-6-21
Hidden by headlines from the Middle East on the Syrian crisis and Obama's announcement of greater U.S. involvement, the uprising in Taksim Square and major cities in Turkey, and the surprise election of Rouhani as president in Iran, is the call for nationwide anti-Morsi and anti-Brotherhood protests June 30, around the anniversary of Morsi's troubled first year in power...

2013-1-10
The UAE. A place famous for tax-free shopping, stunning feats of construction and beautiful beaches. So much so that one million Britons visit each year. Scratch beneath the aesthetics of opulent Dubai however, and a much darker story begins to emerge...

2011-1-19
The campaign against dictatorship in the Arab world has brought together some strange bedfellows...

by: Shadi Hamid 2010-11-28
will what transpires on election day actually matter much? We can probably predict the results. The ruling National Democratic Party, of course, will win enough seats to have a veto-proof two-thirds majority. But the real story will be the Muslim Brotherhood's neutralization...

by: Shai Baitel 2010-11-17
The Middle East is about to change. No, the dysfunctional political systems are not about to become more free or fair or democratic. National economies are not going to improve and create jobs and perspectives for its people...

by: Sabria Jawhar. 2010-10-19
For those following the idiotic allegations that Sharia is creeping into American society and wonder who speaks for Islam, I think the answer is obvious...

2010-10-14
The 'free speech' spring in Egypt is nearing its end" was the headline of a report in Lebanese daily An-Nahar describing the sacking of noted, controversial media figures critical of the regime ahead of legislative elections in November...

by: Mary Wald 2010-8-18
"Some people want to make it appear that we will wake up tomorrow and find that Iran has developed the bomb. This is not the case. Sixteen US intelligence agencies have said that Iran stopped working on developing the bomb in 2003."..

by: Mary Wald founder of TheCommunity.com 2010-8-7
They have not used violence to achieve their ends for 40 or 50 years. They made it clear to me that they are not seeking a religious state but a civil state based on Islamic values (as it is currently the case under the Egyptian constitution) I made it clear however to them that a fundamental pre condition is the guarantee of equal rights to all Egyptians irrespective of their religion, ethnic origin etc...

2010-7-3
Hezbollah and Hamas just went mainstream. According to Foreign Policy magazine's Mark Perry, in a recent US military report "senior CENTCOM intelligence officers question the current U.S. policy of isolating and marginalizing the two movements" and encourage a "mix of strategies that would integrate the two organizations into their respective political mainstreams."..

by: Mona Eltahawy 2010-6-25
- When a young Egyptian died from what his family, activists and witnesses say was a savage police beating, many of his peers - the generation of Egyptians who have known no other leader than President Hosni Mubarak - protested and mourned in the way they know best: by going online...

by: Shadi Hamid 2010-6-24
A new conventional wisdom is emerging: more and more liberals seem to be disillusioned with President Obama when they should actually be grateful, presumably because of all the wonderful landmark legislation he's passed (stimulus, healthcare, etc.)..

by: Khadija Sharife 2010-5-28
When it comes to US's foreign policy template in the Middle East, Egypt's geopolitical relevance is strictly rooted in the idea of geographically containing the 'Palestinian threat'. It came as no surprise then, when Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak advised Israel to reject Qatar's offer of reconstructing the Gaza Strip in exchange for Israeli recognition of Qatar's political weight in the Middle East...

2010-5-25
The speech, which focused on shared problems, shared misconceptions and shared goals, elicited a near euphoric response from most officials and editorial writers across the Arab World. The reactions of the Arab public, on the other hand, though positive, were more tempered and nuanced...

by: MOHAMED OSMAN 2010-4-28
Sudan's president won another term in office Monday with a comfortable majority in elections marred by boycotts and fraud allegations, becoming the first head-of-state to be re-elected while facing an international arrest warrant for war crimes...

by: DANIELLA CHESLOW 2010-4-28
Israeli security forces demolished a handful of illegal structures in West Bank settlements Tuesday, including a wooden bunker that hard-line Jewish activists had defiantly named after President Barack Obama...

by: Eric Margolis 2010-4-28
Egypt is facing a potential political eruption that could rock the entire Mideast and seriously undermine US domination of the strategic region...

by: Aladdin Elaasar 2010-4-12
Will Smith's latest project, The Last Pharaoh, is expected to be a mega action movie that will be seen by millions around the globe. Smith sits on the top of Hollywood as he represents a generation of action heroes with a great physique, looks, and a unique sense of humor. Newsweek called him the most powerful actor on the planet. He's got it all...

2010-4-10
Ramadan says he was kept out because of "The fact that I was very critical about the US's foreign policy." Critics claimed he donated to a Hamas-linked charity, and those were the grounds the Bush State Department banned him under, though the charity wasn't officially associated with terror by the US until after Ramadan donated to it...

by: Shadi Hamid 2010-1-23
There's no doubt that there's been growing Arab disappointment with President Obama, but I'm beginning to sense the disappointment - both understandable and expected - turning into something altogether more worrying...

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