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The British government has no clear policy against terrorism and terrorists. Sometimes, it appeases these serial murderers and at other times it hunts them down. In most cases, it acts at the behest of the US.
The Supreme Military Court wrote the final chapter last Thursday in a mysterious saga involving suspected members of the country’s largest militant organization, Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiya. Twenty-one defendants had been charged with planning to revive the group’s activities in the Mediterranean city of...
Canadian authorities recently arrested an Egyptian Islamist accused of involvement in the 1981 assassination of President Anwar El-Sadat and confined him in a prison near Toronto airport. Islamist sources identified the militant as Mahmoud Sayyed Gaballah, who left Egypt in 1991.
There has currently been extensive talk about continued confrontation with the Jihad underground organization, which is the most dangerous terrorist group. The organization has been receiving heavy blows inside and outside the country. The current period of time has witnessed the handing over to...
This trial is the biggest trial of suspected Islamic militants since those that followed the assassination of the late President Anwar Al-Sadat.
Only two days after Egypt’s largest militant Islamist organization, Al-Gama’a Al-Islameyya, announced its decision to stop all anti-government attacks, the underground Islamic Jihad said in a statement that it would continue the "struggle", mainly against the United States and Israel.
Fat-h, the backbone of the Palestinian Authority (PA), suffered a significant setback in recent student elections in universities in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, in what some observers say reflects plummeting support among ordinary Palestinians for the policies of the PA led by President Yasser...
Islamism is rapidly changing and loosing ground in Egyptian society. The writer is an expert at the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies and the managing editor of the annual State of Religion in Egypt Report.
Christians in Jordan are well off. They are also reaching high government positions.
Christians in Syria make up approximately 12% of the population. The article gives an overview of their presence.


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