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Egyptian Court Detains Four Christians for Muslim Attack on Their Holiest Cathedral


In the wake of the attack on Coptic Christians attending a funeral at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Cairo, an Egyptian Oppositions Court judge decided that four Christians should remain in detention for 15 days pending an investigation into who participated

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BREAKING NEWS: Egyptians Plan “Last Warning” Protests for Tomorrow Afternoon

A new round of popular Egyptian protests planned for tomorrow afternoon, February 1,  following prayer, has been dubbed “Last Warning” and is meant to send a strong message to President Morsi’s government. Violent protests broke out throughout Egypt earlier this

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Egypt Erupts; MB Supporters vs Anti-Morsi Protesters

At least four people were killed and 300 more were  injured, as supporters and opponents of President Morsi clashed in the streets of Cairo. As GerardDirect has been warning , the chaos in Egypt is growing worse, as the population

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Deadly Benghazi Attack Planned for 9/11

THE deadly attack on the US consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi was planned and “meticulously executed,” the country’s assembly chief said. “I don’t want to talk about what happened in other countries but as for Libya, the operation

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Al Qaeda in Yemen: More Embassy Attacks!

DUBAI (Reuters) – The Yemen-based branch of al Qaeda urged Muslims on Saturday to step up protests and kill U.S. diplomats in Muslim countries over a film denigrating the Prophet Mohammad which it said was another chapter in the “crusader

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What REALLY Caused of the Embassy Attacks?

The September 11 murder of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, a mob’s sacking of the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, and the attack on the U.S. embassy in Cairo demonstrate the war against terrorism is far from over. Disturbingly, 11 years after

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During the week of September 19, the Palestinians will apply to the United Nations for statehood. This is a controversial move and will likely open a Pandora’s box that could lead to a major conflict in the region. Within the

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