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Egypt bans and names Hamas as terrorist organization, Hamas says Egypt no longer broker between it and Israel
As they say in Egyptian, plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.
Hamas denies reports the group's political bureau chief, Khaled Mashaal, was expelled by long-time patron, Qatar.
Egypt has deployed heavy security around foreign embassies in Cairo because of increased fears of terrorist attacks, according to the Saudi daily Ukaz.
Some two dozen members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan were arrested for smuggling arms and money into Judea and Samaria.
Egypt's al-Sisi is in an expansionist mood. He wants Israel's permission to take over Judea and Samaria.
The UAE names two top US Islamic groups and the Muslim Brotherhood as terror groups.
Israel trusts al-Sisi for now, but what about tomorrow?
Cairo has nixed renewal of a major trade agreement with Turkey, set to end in April 2015, signed in 2012.
Members of Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis Wahhabi have been responsible for multiple terror bombings in Egypt.
Sisi:"The religious nature of the Middle East creates challenges for the governing authorities."
Turkey has offered to host the Egyptian leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood after their eviction from Qatar.
Hamas denies its politburo chief Khaled Meshaal will leave Qatar; the monarchy evicted Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
High-ranking members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been asked to leave Qatar and set up a new headquarters elsewhere.
Turkey is not going to be signing any deals for Israeli natural gas exports any time soon, says Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz.
Obama went to begin the Arab Spring in Egypt which is still his target; Israel is just the lever.
The Gazan octopus arm is a test case, as the rest of the arms are closely watching it.
A Hamas official captured by the Shabak (Israel's General Security Service) last month spilled the beans during his interrogation on how Hamas operates and is funded, particularly in Jerusalem.
In Paris, the Union of Islamic Organizations congress was turned into a platform for Muslim anti-Semitism.
Egyptians are headed to the polls today and tomorrow to choose a president for the second time since 2011.
Egypt's Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has already picked up 85% of the ex-pat vote for president.
Abbas – an ally of Saddam Hussein, North Korea, Iran, Cuba and Venezuela - provides Hamas with a vital tailwind.
Islamic law is not based on the Quran so much as it based on the Arab world’s struggle to destroy Israel as a Jewish country.
The Egyptian general who deposed Muslim Brotherhood-backed former President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013, announced late Wednesday he will run for president.
Four masked Muslim Brotherhood gunmen killed one soldier and wounded three others on Thursday and fled on two motorcycles, Egyptian officials and eyewitness said.
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