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Hardline salafists demonstrating in southern Gaza, near the Egyptian border.

Islamic Militants Attack in Sinai as Egypt Prepares for Friday Riots

27 Tammuz 5773 – July 5, 2013
At least one Egyptian soldier was killed and two wounded; tension before Friday prayers in the mosques, mass pro-Morsi rallies anticipated.
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi was ousted by the Egyptian people, while Turkey's Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, feels the heat

Turkey Rejects Egyptians’ Choice, Demands Egypt ‘Return to Democracy’

Turkey's political leadership - fearing for their own future - denounces ouster of Morsi and demands Egypt "return to democracy."

Egypt Prepares for Violence on Friday’s ‘Day of Peaceful Rage’

Friday Prayers at mosques often are a call to arms. The Muslim Brotherhood says violence will challenge the military on Friday, but, of course, they will be peaceful. Army surrounds Cairo University.

July 4, Day of Operation Entebbe, Israel Upgrades Uganda Airport

27 Tammuz 5773 – July 4, 2013
July 4 is not only US Independence Day. It also is the anniversary of Operation Entebbe. An Israeli firm this week won a contract to return to Entebbe, ironically to upgrade its systems and security.
It feels and looks like a July 4th party on the streets of Cairo, as millions are celebrating with fireworks and lasers the ouster of the Muslim Brothers' president.

Egyptian Army to Morsi: You’re No Longer the President

26 Tammuz 5773 – July 3, 2013
Military suspends constitution, install caretaker government; Egyptian army deployed.

Possible Military Coup Underway in Egypt

The US State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki could not confirm if a military coup is currently underway in Egypt .

IDF, Egyptian Army and Hamas on High Alert at Borders

The Israeli and Egyptian armies and the Hamas regime in Gaza are on high alert at Sinai and Gaza borders and near smuggling tunnels,...

Regional Instability Threatens Kerry Peace Effort

JERUSALEM – Even as Secretary of State John Kerry tried to put a positive spin on his arduous negotiations with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in an effort to restart Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, high-ranking Israeli government officials and Israeli media outlets said that the growing chaos in Egypt and the continuing Syrian civil war, along with Abbas’s intransigence, were undermining the chances for a resumption of talks in the coming months.

Nearly 100 Rapes in Four Days of Anti-Morsi Protests

Mobs protesting the rule of Mohammed Morsi have sexually assaulted nearly 100 women and raped at least 91  in the last four days of...

Palestinian Authority ‘Policeman’ Tried to Murder Jew in Samaria

The US created a Palestinian Authority army and still trains “policemen.” One of its cadets was killed in a riot against the IDF Tuesday. Now, an officer has been arrested for trying to murder a Jew.

Chaos in Egypt: Obama Backed Another Wrong Horse

25 Tammuz 5773 – July 2, 2013
The Egyptian army military announced on Tuesday it will establish an interim regime if Mohammed Morsi cannot come to an agreement with opposition forces...

NY Times Finally Gets it Right: Kerry Needs a Map

The New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief and a correspondent in Washington have woken up and realized that there are a few matters in...
A photo released by the Egyptian President's office, July 1, 2013: Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, right, meets with Prime Minister Hesham Kandil, center, and Egyptian Minister of Defense, Lt. Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, left, in Cairo.

Morsi Rejects Army Ultimatum, 6 Ministers Resign, Pro-Morsi Rallies

The intensity of the people's anger directed at the Muslim Brotherhood is striking.

Human Rights Watch: Turkey Pushing Back Thousands of Refugees

24 Tammuz 5773 – July 1, 2013
Iraqi, Jordanian, and Turkish border guards are pushing back tens of thousands of people trying to flee Syria, Human Rights Watch charged on Monday. “Iraq,...

Egyptian Army Turns Tables on Morsi: 48 Hours to Calm Opposition

Egypt may be on the brink of another temporary military regime or civil war. The army told Morsi to make peace with the opposition within 48 hours or face a military “roadmap.”
Huge turnout Sunday night, at the protest in front of Egypt's Presidential Palace.

Opposition Ultimatum to Morsi: Leave by 5 PM Tues. or Else…

The 'Rebel' campaign (Tamarod) says Morsi has lost his legitimacy, warning that civil disobedience will be the next step should he remain in power after the ultimatum.
A protest in front of El-Thadiya presidential palace in Cairo June 30.

7 Dead in Egyptian Protest Violence

Muslim Brothers exchanged fire with demonstrators in several cities.
Cairo Protesters

Millions Protesting in Egypt’s Streets against President Morsi

23 Tammuz 5773 – June 30, 2013
Protesters chanted "Leave!"
Secretary of State John Kerry and PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah, Sunday, June 30, 2013.

Kerry Leaves without a Date for Talks, but Says Progress Is at Hand

Netanyahu told his cabinet that any agreement would be brought to a vote of the people.
International activists and Jewish volunteers from Rabbis for Human Rights help Palestinian farmers.

The Saga of Ancient ‘Palestinian Susiya’ – The Town That Never Was

The Palestinian Authority is a master at inventing history. Arabs claim they have been there long before Jews although evidence proves the contrary. The tactic is conquering the southern Hevron Hills.

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