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The Chemical Attack in Syria: Implications

The Chemical Attack in Syria: Implications

The regime of Syrian president Bashar Assad has once again made use of chemical weapons in Syria's bloody civil war, which has cost over 100,000 lives since it began in March 2011.

An aerial bombardment of several communities in the suburbs of Damascus apparently killed over a thousand people. ...

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The Imam Who Defected: Extremists Run All Danish Mosques

The Imam Who Defected: Extremists Run All Danish Mosques

Finally he is there – on the podium of The Free Press Society. It is half past seven PM, Thursday, August 22, 2013, as the former Islamicist imam and deadly enemy of the Free Press Society, Ahmed Akkari, faces his most fierce critics.

A tiny man with more than a hundred deaths and the burning of ...

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Egyptians Bewildered Over Support for Muslim Brotherhood

What many Egyptians cannot understand is: Why is the U.S. administration siding with the forces of oppression in their country and assisting with its transformation into a failed state under the leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood? Egypt simply cannot be allowed to become another Somalia or ...

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Egyptian Intellectuals Defend Mursi's Ouster: A Reflection Of The People's Will, Not An Anti-Democratic Military Coup

Egyptian Intellectuals Defend Mursi's Ouster: A Reflection Of The People's Will, Not An Anti-Democratic Military Coup

Since the July 3, 2013 removal from power of Egyptian president Muhammad Mursi by Gen. Al-Sisi, controversy has been raging, both in Egypt and worldwide, over whether his ouster was democratic or anti-democratic.

The Muslim Brotherhood (MB), together with other Egyptian opponents of Mursi's ouster, ...

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"RADICALIZING" THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

Following another night of violence in Cairo during which 72 people were killed, The New York Timesaccused the military led government of Abdul Fattah al Sisi of "radicalizing" the Muslim Brotherhood. "For all its stated commitment to democracy and nonviolence, the Brotherhood's only reliable ...

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OSCE Vienna 2013 - Repudiate the Cairo Declaration

OSCE Vienna 2013 - Repudiate the Cairo Declaration

This is the seventh in a series of posts on this week's OSCE "Supplementary Human Dimension" meeting in Vienna. More will be coming in the next few days. See the reference to a list of links at the bottom of this post for previous articles.

The following paper (official pdf version) was filed at ...

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OSCE Vienna 2013, Part 2: The American Response Concerning the SPLC

OSCE Vienna 2013, Part 2: The American Response Concerning the SPLC

This is the second in a series of posts on this week’s OSCE “Supplementary Human Dimension” meeting in Vienna. More will be coming later this week. See the list of links referenced at the bottom of this post for today’s earlier article.

The following video shows the American representative Chad ...

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OSCE Vienna 2013 Do British Police Enforce Sharia

OSCE Vienna 2013 Do British Police Enforce Sharia

OSCE Vienna 2013, Part 3: Do British Police Enforce Sharia?

This is the third in a series of posts on this week’s OSCE “Supplementary Human Dimension” meeting in Vienna. More will be coming later this week. See the reference to a list of links at the bottom of this post for previous articles.

The ...

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How the Syrian Civil War and Egyptian Coup Positively Transform Israel’s Strategic Situation

How the Syrian Civil War and Egyptian Coup Positively Transform Israel’s Strategic Situation

There are some subtle issues coming out of the Syrian civil war for Israel. It is clear that Israel is neutral on the war, that it isn’t going to get dragged into it, and that the longer the war goes on it doesn’t damage Israeli national security.

It should be equally clear, however, that in the end ...

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