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December 4, 2019

Yet, the West, particularly Europe, needs to pay close attention to the growing risk of letting Muslim Brotherhood ideology govern and lead the flooding numbers of Muslim immigrants from the falling states in the Middle East. In ten years, the children of those immigra...

November 15, 2019

Despite the current tension, Prince Tamim of Qatar and President Erdogan of Turkey realize that they cannot lose each other as political allies. The regional interests and the national security of both countries may be dramatically hurt by breaking their coalition. Tha...

October 15, 2019

Erdogan’s dedication to support the Islamic State (ISIS) militia expansion in the Middle East is not motivated by a political vision to benefit his country on the ruins of neighbor Syria. This illegal affair between Erdogan and terrorists in the Middle East has more to...

September 4, 2019

The presidential elections scene, in Tunisia, looks like another, yet more peaceful, round of the conflict that has been going on since Arab Spring revolutions, between Islamists yearning to establish their Caliphate system of governance over the ruins of the shaken na...

August 18, 2019

Tunisia’s presidential elections might be a lifeline to the Muslim Brotherhood, but it also might be the last nail in Muslim Brotherhood’s coffin. Only the Tunisian people and their choices in the upcoming presidential elections shall determine the answer. With cautiou...

May 10, 2019

Using the “Islamophobia” argument to defend the Muslim Brotherhood against its most deserved designation as an international terrorist organization implies that the Muslim Brotherhood has already succeeded in hacking the finest minds in the United States. The ill argum...

December 6, 2018

EDEX, as an exhibition is not a novel event to the world, it has been there for twenty years. However, it is a whole new event for Egyptians. This is the first time the Egyptian government organizes EDEX inside the capital city of Cairo, with over 370 state and corpora...

November 29, 2018

Those protests cannot be ranked as a nonviolent movement, which is threatening to Macron’s presidency or the core of the general political system in France. Politically or economically motivated demonstrations are common scene in France. This is not the first time Fren...

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