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2010-9-16
As I was enjoying the last three-day weekend of summer (Labor Day here in the US), the Egyptian campaign for the Presidency (which, of course, doesn’t exist, there being no official candidates) got dirtier...

2010-7-10
Contrary to the relatively recent but widespread fiction, Islam took roots and spread in much of South Asia not at gunpoint...

by: By FAWAZ A. GERGES 2010-6-20
the then-recently installed American president, Barack Obama, made a landmark speech in Cairo symbolically to "reset" US relations with the Muslim world...

2010-1-29
ongratulations in being the Eighth General Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, but you can’t leave the country. Muhammad Badi‘,..

2009-12-19
The old cliché that the first casualty of war is truth has never been so blatantly evident as we witness the making of further wars and conflict...

2009-11-15
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Arab Reform Bulletin is always a fine collection of essays on democratization and related issues in the Arab world, and there’s a new issue up with a wealth of interesting stuff: Iraq’s electoral law, Muslim Brotherhood troubles (post in preparation here on that, soon I hope), post-Jihadism (by Omar Ashour, who’s very good at it and I also plan to post on the wave of “post-Jihadi” discussions lately, perhaps as early as tomorrow); and a lot more...

2008-1-7
President Bush begins his seven-day tour of the Middle East and the Gulf today. His itinerary includes Israel, the West Bank, Kuwait, Bahrain, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. And although he can look forward to a royal reception from governments his visit is security chiefs’ worst nightmare, as, let’s face it, Bush hardly ranks as one of the most popular US presidents on the streets of this part of the world. And that’s an understatement...