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The attack on the issue of refugees and Jerusalem comes in the context of implementing the mechanisms of the deal of the century.

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Egypts Comprehensive Military Operation

  • 2018-02-17
  • Maged Mandour
  • Reading : 46

The launch of a large-scale military operation across Egypt is well-timed to give President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi a boost in popular support ahead of elections in March.

Iraqs troubled reconstruction timeline entered a new chapter as representatives from 70 states poured into Kuwait in attendance of The International Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq, the first of its kind in the history of the Gulf and Arabian Peninsula. The fact that Iraqs IMF ranks at 164 out of 182 least business friendly states was not enough to shake investor confidence. Even riskier is the fact that few guarantees are in place to ensure contractual obligation is honored. This too, did not avert donors from pledging $330 million yesterday.

Sinai is being cleared for the deal of the century

  • 2018-02-14
  • Dr Amira Abo el-Fetouh
  • Reading : 49

Suddenly, Egyptians woke up to military marches, national songs, military shows of our armed forces and a statement by the official spokesman for the Egyptian Armed Forces announcing the beginning of the war against terrorist groups in Sinai, and the suspension of studies in schools. Previously, the Internet and communications were completely cut off altogether from Sinai. The governorate was isolated from the rest of the Egyptian governorates, or in a more precise sense, it was besieged following the closure of roads and passageways leading to the neighboring governorates.

While the Moroccan government displays outward harmony, an exchange of media statements has stirred up the seemingly calm atmosphere among its members. Unlike the previous government run by the Justice and Development Party (PJD), little media criticism tracks the current administrations pitfalls, despite problematic policies. However, added to non-stop mobilization on the streets, a speech by Abdelilah Benkirane, the PJDs ex-prime minister, puts the government on the verge of dissolution, promising a hard fought election in 2021, or possibly earlier.

Iraqs southern province of Muthanna has been up in arms over the arrest of local celebrity dissident Basim Khazaal Khashan last Wednesday. An electrifying display of solidarity spilled onto the streets of Samawah, Amara and other cities, outraged by Khashans wrongful imprisonment and the erroneous application of Iraqs Penal Code. He stands accused of defamation, at least from the perspective of local officials adjudged by the activist to be guilty of corruption and vote-rigging.

Britain today is celebrating the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, passed on 6 February 1918, which gave women over the age of 30 who owned property the right to vote. The outcome was a huge achievement in the long road to equal rights for British women, but a 2015 film Suffragette has forced us to confront some uncomfortable details about the womens movement itself.

What Tunisia and Sudan Can Learn From Egypt on Subsidy Reform

  • 2018-02-04
  • By: Brendan Meighan
  • Reading : 48

Egypts efforts at subsidy reform provide suggestions for Tunisia and Sudan, both witnessing protests stemming in part from increased prices of staple goods.


  • 2018-02-04
  • by Jay Solomon
  • Reading : 41

Allowing Riyadh to produce its own nuclear fuel could have bad proliferation consequences in the Middle East and Asia, but Washington may not have the leverage to enforce a permanent ban.

January in Egypt, where pride meets shame

  • 2018-01-31
  • Dr Amira Abo el-Fetouh
  • Reading : 70

January 2011 witnessed the greatest revolution in Egypts history, in which the people revolted against oppression and injustice. It was an epic human gathering in which all the people, regardless of their political, intellectual, and religious affiliations, came together, putting aside any affiliation other than their affiliation with Egypt.

The fantasia of the Egyptian elections

  • 2018-01-25
  • Dr Amira Abo el-Fetouh
  • Reading : 66

It was suddenly announced in Egypt that members of the House of Representatives formed under the watchful eye of the government and intelligence convened to nominate Al-Sisi. His campaign had already started under the slogan Alashan Tabneeha (So You Can Build It) supported by petitions signed by artists, athletes, and journalists. These petitions were then distributed to the ministries and government institutions and their employees were forced to sign them. They are now forcing them to nominate Al-Sisi and the streets and squares of Egypt are full of pictures of him and signs supporting and pledging allegiance to him.