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On Sunday, the Egyptian Foreign Office censored unacceptable interference in Egyptian judicial affairs after the Turkish Foreign Office issued a statement on Saturday condemning the decision of the Egyptian court to execute 14 people, including the general leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad...
Erdoğan requests the release of Mursī in order to improve relations with Egypt Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said that Egypt needs to free former president MursĪ and to withdraw the death sentences against his supporters in order for Turkey to consider the improving of its relations with Egypt. The...
The Muslim Brotherhood continues to conspire against Egypt outside of the borders, the international “terrorist group” sent delegates to deliver fake reports to the 28th meeting of the UN council of human rights. “According to some sources the brotherhoods represent themselves through organizations...
The Clarion Project, a terrorism research institute, reported that the Muslim Brotherhood is beginning a period of retaliation against the Egyptian government. 
Two Turkish journalists face prison for publishing the cover of Charlie Hebdo Istanbul (Reuters) - A journalist from the Republic Daily newspaper has said that a prosecutor in Turkey has sought prison terms for two Turkish journalists for their publication of the cover of the French satirical...
[Editor: Samir Mitri Gayed is an accomplished Egyptian Coptic Orthodox businessman, founder and director of Electro Mitry Company, a company with the largest share in nuclear energy development in Egypt] Until I came to know the work of Cornelis Hulsman on the Holy Family tradition I was hardly...
A friend of mine asked me the other day what I think of this quote from the Economist of June 23:‘The best way to tame the Islamists, as Turkey’s experience shows, is to deny them the moral high ground to which repression elevates them, and condemn them instead to the responsibilities and...
Interview: Cornelis HulsmanThe following article presents an interview between His Royal Highness Prince Hasan Ibn Talal of Jordan, and Drs. Cornelis Hulsman. Issues discussed include Christian emigration from the Arab world, reform, and political issues in the Middle East.
The article describes the decline of Christians relative to members of other faiths in the Middle East, developing the argument that it is part of a larger trend, and suggesting that Christians may all but vanish from the region.

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