The army finally overtook the Port Said prison, the banks and the courts, to prevent their falling into the hands of rioters.
The US government will provide arms, money, and diplomatic support to a regime whose ruling forces openly evince hysterical antisemitism and call for genocide against Israel.
Peace will hold so long as the Egyptians believe that we are strong enough and well trained enough to defeat them again.
Perhaps our President should focus less on construction of apartments and homes and do something instead about the bombs and rockets that are killings tens of thousands of innocent Arabs.
The JewishPress.com was the first major English language Jewish/Israel news publication to have the story about the video.
What is the Obama Administration doing in the face of the imminent collapse of the largest and historically most important and powerful state in the Arab world, now ruled by an anti-Western and anti-Semitic radical Islamic regime?
But the next Quartet meeting will be held in Cairo, where president. Morsi has close ties with Hamas.
Freed of the military's oversight only in mid-2011, Erdoğan could win enough dictatorial power for him (or a successor) to achieve his dream and fully implement the Shari'a.
In the arid, forsaken and violent area that we live in, if you beg for peace you get a kick in the behind and thrown out of the arena.
The democratic opposition—like its counterparts in Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, and Iran—has learned that the United States will not help them.
In the Middle East, secular movements are more poorly funded and more naïve about how to operate politically than the Islamists.
What happens, then, if the regime doesn’t give in and the army doesn’t stop the demonstrations?
Chants of "Down with the Muslim Brotherhood" echoed at the scene.
The constitution, as important as it may be, is not a cure for the genetic illnesses of the states of the Middle East.
Ideologues are dictators on steroids who don't moderate upon reaching power but dig themselves in.
Two writers for the Guardian newspaper have distanced themselves from an editorial in the Guardian in which the paper criticizes the liberal opposition to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.
Following days of violent protests in Egypt, Egyptian President Morsi cancelled the constitutional decrees he issued for himself last month that gave him more...
Dealing with the material needs of the Egyptian people is not high on Morsi's agenda.
Americans weren't ready for a reversal after four years. Will Egyptians be ready to cast down Morsi after a much shorter period?
Thousands of pro and anti-Morsi forces clashed into the night outside the presidential palace.
Egyptian newspapers are reporting that thousands of pro and anti Morsi Egyptians demonstrators are still violently protesting and clashing over the proposed new constitution.
Egypt seems today like a rickety cart that strong, immense horses are pulling in different directions.
Egyptian President Morsi has called for a referendum on the country's constitution to be held on December 15th.
Demonstrations and rallies, some of them violent,...
Hamas has become a tool for both the Sunni and Shi'ite fundamentalists to use in their battle not only against the non-Muslim world, but against each other.
Thousands of protesters are converging on Tahrir Square from points around Cairo to rally against President Mohamed Morsi’s constitutional declaration. One protester has died...
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