Category Archives: Egypt

The Pope in Egypt: Tiptoeing through a minefield

Pope Francis and President Al-Sisi James Dorsey explains the religious and political complexities of Egypt as Pope Francis visits in the hope of improving the fragile position of Christians and other minorities in the Middle East, North Africa and the larger Muslim world. Read more [...]

The Pavlovian reaction to Aljazeera’s Muslim Brotherhood activist Ahmad Mansour’s arrest

Ahmad Mansour Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information Read more [...]

The West’s self-styled “left” and our very own Ku Klux Klan

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Accepting responsibility for our ills in the Arab world

The failure to take responsibility Read more [...]

The die still to be cast for Egypt’s revolution

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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood boasts about its terrorist activities

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Islamist killing in the name of Allah

Islamist violence in Egypt With Islamists murdering Muslims and non-Muslims alike the world over, Nureddin Sabir examines the argument which warns against distinguishing between extremist and so-called “moderate” Islamists such as the Muslim Brotherhood. Read more [...]

The Islamists’ hijacking of Arab hope

Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Jamal Kanj argues that in swapping places with Dark Ages Europe, the contemporary Arab world is descending in darkness because religionists are consumed with peripheral practices rather than seeking democracy and knowledge. Read more [...]

Egyptians tell Israel to stuff its holocaust award

A member of the family of the first Read more [...]

Egypt, orientalism and media simplicity

Egypt against Muslim Brotherhood Nureddin Sabir highlights an enlightening analysis by writer and broadcaster Magdi Abdelhadi which examines the reasons behind Western official and media bias in favour of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood cult. Read more [...]