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The pressures exerted upon the Egyptian government from foreign government in Turkey, Qatar, and others has failed to stop the government from issuing death sentences against the Muslim Brotherhood’s top leaders. The Global Post reported that it was unlikely that exiled Brotherhood groups in...
The League of Egyptians in Germany revealed the falsehood of a statement made by Norbert Lammert, President of the German Parliament that  he had canceled an upcoming meeting with Egyptian President ‘Abd al-Fatāh al-Sīsī on account of Egypt’s human rights abuses. In a statement, the League...
The crackdown on freedom of speech and expression continues in Egypt. This last weekend an Egyptian-German academic was denied entry and a social and political cartoonist was arrested and detained for 24 hours.
German Ambassador Martin Kobler became in October 2015 the new UN special envoy for Libya. Arab-West Report knows Ambassador Kobler from the time he was Germany’s Ambassador to Egypt. We wish him much success in his efforts to bring peace to Libya. Prof. Abdallah Schleifer, Senior Fellow of the...
One of the biggest victories of the economic conference is the invitation  of Angela Merkel to president Sīsī to visit Germany, because Merkel was the “last Muslim Brotherhood ally in western Europe and this invitation implies a recognition of the legitimacy of June 30 2013 revolution”. “worth...
While Egypt has a long and diverse history of immigration from Africa, the Middle East and even Europe, Chinese immigrants are still a relatively recent and rare phenomena on the Nile. Over the past ten to fifteen years, however, fuelled through the economic rise of China and consequently the...
We often hear about the radical statements and fatwás of Muslims and about uncompromising Christian or secular activists who can appeal to populist sentiments and mistrust of the ‘other’.
Transcript of an interview with Dr. Essam Al-Haddad on government efforts to stabilize the country since this is a pre-requisite to get Egypt out of its current economic difficulties. Thus questions addressed much repeated critiques on the Mursī administration.
On November 25, 2011, Al-Misrī al-Yawm, now called Egypt Independent, was the first publication that reported about Najīb Jubrā’īl’s “NGO report: 93,000 Copts left Egypt since March.”  
Dutch scholar Johannes Jansen contributed an essay – ‘The Religious Roots of Muslim Violence’ – to a 2011 anthology entitled, ‘Terrorism: Ideology, Law, and Policy’. In it he makes the case that violence and terrorism are part and parcel of the Islamic religion, traceable to its root sources at...

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