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Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Reign of Terror: Mass Graves Found Near Alexandria and Port Said

America’s support for Mohammed Morsi during his brief tenure as President of Egypt was worse than just foolish. It was support for an evil, violent, and corrupt regime that make the excesses of Hosni Mubarak seem almost trivial. Latest information

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Sinai Peninsula Has Become the Latest Terrorist Playground; Egypt Declares It a Closed Military Zone

Since the overthrow of Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi by the Egyptian army, more than a thousand people have died in the worst political violence the country has seen in modern history. While much of Cairo was in chaos yesterday, on

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EGYPT EXPLODING! How the Failure of the ‘Arab Spring” May Set the Entire Region On Fire

Wednesday, August 14, 2013  -   Egypt is fast devolving into chaos. The street fighting has left hundreds dead and wounded. Christian churches have been set ablaze and Christians fear for their lives. The Egyptian military has already begun to take

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News from Egypt: Incoming Posts from Various Sources; Crowds Chant “No More Beards”

Egypt’s Brotherhood Refuses Army Move, Calls It a ‘Coup d’etat’  (from Ahram Online, Thursday 4 Jul 2013) Muslim Brotherhood has rejected Mohamed Morsi’s removal, refuses to work with ‘usurped authority’, and calls on supporters to remain peaceful.  Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood

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Analysis: As the Current Trend of Violence Escalates, Is Egypt Headed for Civil War?

October 6 Bridge Clash

In the early days of the so-called “Arab Spring” in Egypt, it was already clear that the seeds of democracy which spawned it would soon be eclipsed by an Islamist power-grab by the Muslim Brotherhood. We wrote about it in

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Clare Lopez: It’s Time to Derail the Saudi ‘Visa Express’

Preferential, fast-lane treatment for Saudi visa applicants should be considered on a reciprocal basis, with verifiable Saudi progress in stopping funding for Wahhabi-Salafist mosque construction; Salafist and Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated imams; anti-Semitic, anti-Christian and anti-West curriculum materials and jihadi fighters everywhere

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Jordan’s King Abdullah Warns West of the Rise of the Muslim Brotherhood

Jordan now stands in a dangerous position. Jordan’s King Abdullah has already been forced to make many concessions to the form and substance of his monarchy, including the dissolution of his parliament at the insistence (coercion) of the country’s Muslim

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$450 Million for Egypt? America is Betting on the Wrong Horse

As the situation in Egypt continues to deteriorate, the US continues to support the Muslim Brotherhood-backed government, even as  the Brotherhood continues to drive the country in a downward spiral.  The foolishness of our foreign policy is seemingly endless.  That

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Book Review: Benghazi: The Definitive Report

When the first reports of the new book “Benghazi:  The Definitive Report” first came out last week, we did not review it because we had not yet had our own opportunity to read it, and our first purchase from Amazon

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The New Poisonous Coalition of Terrorism

Looking at a single terrorist group (such as al Qaeda) and saying it is the root cause of terrorism is neither correct nor smart. The terrorist threat comes from a complex network of aligned terrorist organizations and terror-supporting countries, as

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