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  • Hamas Joining Fatah Is Good For Israel

    On the surface, it seems logical sincere friends of an Israeli-Palestinian peace would be nervous about reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas, given the latter’s terrorist history and declared unwillingness to recognize Israel. But this understandable reaction -- hinted at by a U.S. government…

    • Blair: Radicalized Islam a growing threat

      LONDON (AP) — The West should set aside its differences with Russia and China to focus on the growing threat from radical Islam, Tony Blair said Wednesday, in a speech that included a call to support Egypt's military government against its Muslim Brotherhood opponents.

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        • Egypt's leader urges America to reinstate military aid for fight against terror

          Egyptian military leader and presidential candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, (r.), warned the U.S. that the jihadists in the Sinai Peninsula only understand "destruction." (Reuters) Egypt’s de facto ruler urged President Obama to restore the military aid suspended last year after Egypt’s armed forces…

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          • At Al Jazeera trial in Egypt, video of sheep herding and an adjournment

            The trial of three Al Jazeera journalists is adjourned until May Prosecution presents video of sheep herding and meat consumption as part of its case An incredulous defense lawyer: "Put the sheep aside. The Egyptian government says the trio joined the Muslim Brotherhood

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            • Tilt towards military unbalances Egypt's ultra-conservative Salafists

              When Egyptian military leader Abdel Fattah al-Sisi made a televised address last July to announce the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi, he was flanked by a coterie of the country’s most powerful religious figures. Less expected was the third religious leader: Galal el-Morra, a prominent member…

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              • What Blair Gets Wrong on Islamism

                Tony Blair, the former U.K. prime minister, says the world fails to understand the challenge posed by radical Islam. There is plenty to agree with in what Blair had to say in his ambitious speech at Bloomberg's London office earlier today. He is right, for example, that our desire to wash our hands…

                • Morsi trial hears Hamas, Hezbollah attacked Egypt jails

                  Prosecution witnesses in the jailbreak trial of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday accused members of Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas and Lebanon's Hezbollah of attacking Egyptian prisons during the 2011 uprising. The trial, one of three against Morsi, is part of a government…

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                    Photos of the day - April 23, 2014 (27 photos)

                    Palestinian farmers gather harvested green wheat outside the West Bank city of Jenin, fans take pictures of South Korean actor Kim Soo-hyun during a fan meeting in Hong Kong and police train their fire hose at protesters against next week's visit of U.S. President Barack Obama in Manila are some of…

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                      • Should GCC States Take Qatar's Charm Offensive Seriously?

                        There might not have been a better opportunity for Qatar to find its way back to the bosom of its neighbors than the last GCC foreign ministers meeting in Riyadh. The extraordinary summit, which is owed to enormous Kuwaiti diplomatic efforts, succeeded in creating a chance of normalizing relations…

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                        • Egypt's army says has 'complete control' over Sinai Peninsula

                          Egypt's military said on Thursday it had gained "complete control over the situation" in the Sinai Peninsula, where Islamist insurgents have been carrying out attacks against security forces for several months. Violence has spiraled in the Sinai since last July when the army toppled President…

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                          • Abdul Fattah al-Sisi: The World’s 100 Most Influential People

                            When the former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi appointed Abdul Fattah al-Sisi as his Defense Minister, few outside military circles knew the name of the soft-spoken general who would ultimately remove Morsi from power. Today al-Sisi is the most popular political figure in Egypt.

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                            • Qatar Says Spat With Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., Bahrain Resolved (1)

                              Qatar has resolved its dispute with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, according to Foreign Minister Khalid bin Mohamed Al-Attiyah. The spat was nothing more than “differences in opinion,” Attiyah told reporters in Kuwait. The resolution came at an April 17 meeting in Riyadh, Saudi…

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                              • Too soon to embrace Sisi – Egypt is an unpredictable place -

                                Egypt’s authorities are meticulously preparing a glorious election that will elevate the former military chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to the presidency in a burst of popular approval. That is why Bassem Youssef, the country’s best-known comedian, has just been taken off the air until after the end of…

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                                • Tony Blair says radical Islam a growing threat

                                  Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair speaks at the Balkan Peace Festival, organized by the Indian "Sahara Group" in honor of the International Day of Non-Violence, in Skopje, Macedonia, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013. LONDON –  The West should set aside its differences with Russia and China to focus…

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                                    • BBC Radio 4 - The Report, The Muslim Brotherhood in Britain

                                      Was David Cameron right to order an investigation into the Islamist organisation?

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