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Egypt Court Dissolves Muslim Brotherhood's Political Wing

CAIRO, Egypt — An Egyptian court on Saturday dissolved the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, preventing its participation in the parliamentary elections. The Muslim Brotherhood itself was banned in Egypt after the organization unleashed

Egypt Court Dissolves Muslim Brotherhood's Political Wing

State Department's Rebuke of Egypt Undermines War on Terror

CAIRO, Egypt– Last Thursday, during a press briefing in Washington, DC, State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf accused Egypt of using military weapons “against their own people.” Badr Abdel-Atti, spokesman for Egypt’s Foreign Ministry, fired back, describing the comments as “sheer

State Department's Rebuke of Egypt Undermines War on Terror

With Yet Another Ceasefire Broken, It's Time to End Hamas

CAIRO, Egypt– Yesterday Hamas violated a ceasefire brokered by Secretary Kerry and the UN 90 minutes after it began. A Hamas suicide bomber killed 2 Israeli soldiers and kidnapped IDF soldier Lt. Hadar Goldin, 23 years old.  Israel responded by escalating attacks against Hamas in Gaza, targeting

With Yet Another Ceasefire Broken, It's Time to End Hamas

Living Under Siege: One Mile from the Gaza Border

One Mile From the Gaza Border, ISRAEL– Shai Hermesh lives on a Kubutz in Israel a mile away from the Gaza border. He has lived on the Kubutz for over 50 years, the Kubutz was founded in 1956. Sitting in

Living Under Siege: One Mile from the Gaza Border

After 2,000 Years, the Last Christian is Forced to Leave Mosul

ERBIL, Iraq – The last Christian reportedly left Iraq’s second largest city of Mosul at 12:00pm on Saturday, ending over 6,000 years of Assyrian history in the city. Assyrians have lived in Mosul for over 6,000 years, converting to Christianity over 2,000 years

After 2,000 Years, the Last Christian is Forced to Leave Mosul

A New Egypt Takes Shape

C​AIRO–Egyptians went to the polls Monday and Tuesday to cast their vote in presidential elections. Egyptians went to the polls with enthusiasm, singing and dancing in celebration for the opportunity to ​elect the​ next leader of Egypt. They drove through

A New Egypt Takes Shape

Western Media Promotes Anti-Democrat Agenda with Egypt Coverage

As Egyptians went to the polls this week to vote on a constitutional referendum, Western media organizations were busy interviewing Western analysts about Western concerns for Egypt’s future. In stark contrast to that grim analysis provided by people who don’t

Western Media Promotes Anti-Democrat Agenda with Egypt Coverage

Obama Pulls Support for Egypt's War on Terror

The recent decision of the Obama Administration to unilaterally withhold military aid and support without consulting Congress sends the message the United States is on the side of terrorists, instead of with those who are fighting terrorism. Instead of condemning

Obama Pulls Support for Egypt's War on Terror