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Erian: Egypt Fully Supports Palestinian People

In post-revolution Egypt and the Arab Spring scene, there is no place for make-believe peace with Israel where the Zionist monstrosity blockades and imprisons millions of virtually unarmed people, and

The Brotherhood Has Earned Its Place at the Political Table

With Mubarak now out of the Egyptian political arena, and as the Armed Forces battle to establish a new democratic structure, there is much speculation about whether the Muslim Brotherhood

The Brotherhood’s Political Authenticity in Jordan

As weeks go by, anti-government rallies in Jordan are attracting more and more protesters and the Muslim Brotherhood is positioning itself to become a leading player among Jordanian lawmakers if

Carter: MB nothing to be afraid of

During a seminar at the LBJ Library Carter spoke about developments in the Middle East including the uprising in Egypt that led to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's ousting.

US Policy in Egypt – A Battle of Principles and Interests

The US wants Egypt to go along with Israel and submit to US policy. However, the average Egyptian and his plight have been invisible to the US for decades as

Zionist lobby’s new orders for Obama

Alan Hart argues that new instructions issued to President Obama by Israel through its stooges in Congress, in the form of House Resolution 1734, might be a sign of panic

WikiLeaks reveals Vatican has Islamophobic tendencies

The WikiLeaks cables are getting more interesting by the minute exposing and highlighting what has already been brewing in many intellects minds of the attitude of some in the West

Obama’s Bribe: Palestinians will be the Losers – Again

Watching the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians drag on year after year without conclusion, it is easy to overlook the enormous changes that have taken place on the

New History or a New Mirage

Echoing Edward Said, the legendary Palestinian scholar, Antoine Raffoul addresses the ambiguities of Israel’s "new historians" who, with the clear exception of Ilan Pappe, condemn the occupation but fail to

The Press as Political Player

It is very relevant that in 2009 more than a hundred journalists were killed while doing their job. I have no doubt that all of them were trying to show