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Although it is too early to know the development of events, some precedents that occurred in other Arab countries might repeat themselves in Sudan and Algeria. Sudanese people say that it would be disappointing if personalities such as (ʿAwaḍ bin ‘Awf, first deputy of Bashīr and Defense Minister...
The current protests in Algeria and Sudan prove a set of basic facts related to Arab politics.    First, the peoples deprived of freedom might desist from demanding it under the burden of the harsh living conditions or for fear of the repressive security apparatuses. However, they come back to...
Security experts have revealed the signing of a security and political agreement between Egypt, Algeria, and Tunisia in order to fight the spread of the fundamentalist terrorist group, ISIS, throughout the region. Indicators also reveal that this agreement will soon spread to Sub-Saharan countries...
An article on the Nahda Movement in Tunisia.
Background: The Khan Murjan is a building located in the souq of Baghdad, Iraq. It was built in the 14th century as a caravanserai and it is considered by many historians and scholars to be a notable piece of the city’s architecture. The structure was in poor shape for over two centuries, but was...
The Islamic political groups, the Brotherhood [Muslim Brotherhood] foremost among them, continue using the slogan "Islam is The Solution". These groups have adopted the slogan to appeal to the emotionality of many simple people, who consider it to be the magic key for all the problems faced by the...
Moroccan sources have revealed that US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has excluded the Muslim Brotherhood of Tunisia and Morocco from the control and restrictions that the administration of President Donald Trump applied to branches of the Organization in all Arab countries.
Egypt’s efforts to include the Muslim Brotherhood on the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC)'s lists of terrorist groups have failed due to a strong opposition from Algeria and five other member countries, including Turkey. In its closing statement at its 12th session held in the capital of...
Despite being a box office hit, the Egyptian film “Mawlāna” (the Preacher, Our Master) upset many who watched it, demanding its ban.  
During the Laylat al-Qadr (Night Of Decree) ceremony organized on Wednesday by Egypt's Ministry of Religious Endowments, President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi called to avoid acts of "extremism and fanaticism" that harm the religion of Islam, according to a statement disclosed by the Presidency.

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