Twenty-Four hours and counting

From KHouse.Org There is just one short day before a game of chicken, which will possibly determine Egypt’s future political direction, will come to an end. This dangerous game pits Cairo’s present regime, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the military of Egypt against each other. Everyone involved is scrambling to secure as much influence and support as possible. Over the last year President Morsi’s popularity has steadily degraded. At one Continue Reading

‘One day, we’ll kill all the Jews’

From American Thinker.Com November 26, 2011 Rick Moran Yes, that's the call from a Muslim Brotherhood rally after Friday prayers in Cairo. If anyone thinks the so-called "Arab Spring" hasn't altered the landscape against Israel in the Middle East, they should start listening to the Islamists in Egypt, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Tunisia, Lebanon, and other nations where the Brotherhood, the Salifists, and other radical extremists will be Continue Reading

Coptic Church Construction and Egyptian Muslim ‘Emasculation’

From American Thinker.Com October 15, 2011 Andrew G. Bostom Traditional Islamic religious authorities regard church construction, or any display of non-Islamic religions as "emasculating" of Muslims. No wonder Egypt's Copts face such travails. Because it was excerpted in Bat Ye'or's pioneering The Dhimmi, I obtained Moshe Perlmann's (1975) complete translation of a 1739 essay on the Churches of Cairo.  Written by Sheikh Continue Reading

Obama stiffs Egyptian democratic forces

From American Thinker.Com July 12, 2011 Richard Butrick Al-Azhar University in Cairo is the world's oldest university and Sunni Islam's foremost seat of learning.  Late in June, Al-Azhar's Grand Imam Ahmed al-Tayyeb issued an 11-clause document declaring the institution's official position on the prospective political order.  The statement envisions a "modern" and "democratic nation-state" based on a constitution that ensures full Continue Reading

Who is the Muslim Brotherhood?

From Israel National News.Com The Muslim Brotherhood has has tried to portray itself as moderate and democratic. But at its core it is anything but. The Brotherhood is a wolf in sheep`s clothing. Israel National News thanks StandWithUs for helping bring the Muslim Brotherhood to our readers in its own words: The Muslim Brotherhood logo fits its motto: "Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur`an is our law. Jihad Continue Reading

Anti-Christian violence in Egypt sparks fears of rising Salafi influence

From www.france24.com The deadly attacks on two Cairo churches over the weekend have highlighted fears that sectarian violence could flare up rather than die down in post-revolution Egypt. Tensions – sometimes deadly – between Egypt’s Muslim and Christian communities are not a new phenomenon in the world’s largest Arab nation. But Saturday’s clashes between the two communities following the burning of two churches in Cairo’s Imbaba Continue Reading

The Big Lie Called Nakba Day

From American Thinker.Com May 15, 2011 The Big Lie Called Nakba Day A prime example of Palestinian brazen malicious deceit against Israel is their so-called "Day of Catastrophe" or Nakba Day. Apparently the first Arab to coin this meretricious concept was Syrian historian Constantine Zureiq in his 1948 book, Ma'na al-Nakba (The Meaning of the Disaster). But official Palestinian national commemoration of the day was not inaugurated Continue Reading

3 Articles; U.S. Government, Media Completely Wrong on Egypt, Now Advise on Peace Process Why Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Will Speak to Congress Fatah-Hamas Agreement: Another Nail in the “Peace Process’s” Coffin

From Rubin Reports.Blogspot.Com U.S. Government, Media Completely Wrong on Egypt, Now Advise on Peace Process Why Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Will Speak to Congress Fatah-Hamas Agreement: Another Nail in the “Peace Process’s” Coffin U.S. Government, Media Completely Wrong on Egypt, Now Advise on Peace Process Posted: 01 May 2011 12:34 PM PDT This article is published in PajamasMedia. The Continue Reading

Ten die in Egypt violence between Muslims and Christians

From American Thinker.Com May 08, 2011 Ten die in Egypt violence between Muslims and Christians Rick Moran Unlike some past incidents where Muslims attacked Christian churches as congregants ran away, worshipers at two churches in Cairo didn't sit around and take it. They met the fanatics in the streets and a riot ensued: Religious tension continues to seethe in Egypt after a violent clash between Christians and Muslims left Continue Reading

Progress? Now Even Egypt’s Religious Establishment Hates America

From Rubin Reports.Blogspot.Com Progress? Now Even Egypt's Religious Establishment Hates America Posted: 04 May 2011 01:24 PM PDT This article is published on PajamasMedia. The text is presented here for your convenience. Please be subscriber 22,050 (daily reader 39,650). Put email address in upper right-hand box: http://www.rubinreports.blogspot.com We need your contribution. Tax-deductible donation by PayPal or credit card: Continue Reading