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05.04.2017

Trump Praises Egyptian President Al-Sisi: “We Agree on So Many Things”

Trump Praises Egyptian President Al-Sisi: “We Agree on So Many Things”

President Trump praised Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi during a meeting at the White House Monday, saying the two leaders “agree on so many things.” President Donald Trump: “It’s great to be with the president of Egypt. And I will tell you, President Al-Sisi has been somebody that’s been very… »

12.03.2017

Understanding the situation of the Middle East today. From one world war to another (1/3)

Understanding the situation of the Middle East today. From one world war to another (1/3)

To understand the situation of today’s Middle East, it’s necessary to review a century of history. It’s necessary to go back to the aftermath of the First World War to see a large part of the geopolitical data that explains the multiplicity and entanglement of the present conflicts. One thing… »

11.07.2016

U.S.-Egypt: From Idealism to Political Cynicism

By Rana Allam and Sanam Naraghi Anderlini for InDepthNews. On July 4 as Americans celebrated independence from a King that “obstructed the Administration of Justice…sent hither swarms of Officers to harass people… kept among [the people], in times of peace, Standing Armies without the Consent of legislatures…and render[ed] the… »

04.11.2015

UK government must end arms sales and political support for Egypt’s General Sisi

UK government must end arms sales and political support for Egypt’s General Sisi

As Egyptian autocrat General Sisi arrives in London, Campaign Against Arms Trade has called for the UK government to end arms sales to his regime and stop the political support that bolsters it. Andrew Smith of Campaign Against Arms Trade said: The Sisi government has an appalling human rights record. »

23.05.2015

2015 NPT Review Conference outcome is the Humanitarian Pledge

2015 NPT Review Conference outcome is the Humanitarian Pledge

As the four weeks of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty review conference wraps up in New York without an outcome document being adopted, while the USA blames Egypt for the failure by insisting on moves towards a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction, the most of the rest of… »

08.06.2014

Egypt: Al Jazeera Journalists Face Up to 15 Years in Prison

Egyptian prosecutors have called for the maximum possible prison terms for three Al Jazeera journalists at their trial in Cairo. Prosecutors delivered their closing arguments Thursday, accusing the journalists of producing false reports and giving a platform to the Muslim Brotherhood. Peter Greste faces up to seven years in prison… »

03.06.2014

More than generals and troglodytes in Egypt

More than generals and troglodytes in Egypt

In the wake of the recent presidential elections in Egypt, Baher Kamal takes a look at some of the underreported facts about the situation in the country. CAIRO, Jun 2 2014  – Unconsciously or not, most mainstream media and foreign correspondents here have been echoing Muslim Brotherhood voices… »

16.05.2014

Hunger-Striking Al Jazeera Journalist Moved to Solitary Confinement

Hunger-Striking Al Jazeera Journalist Moved to Solitary Confinement

An Al Jazeera journalist on hunger strike against his imprisonment in Egypt has reportedly been moved to solitary confinement in a maximum security prison. Abdullah Elshamy has been held without charge for close to nine months and on hunger strike since January 23. In a video taken before his… »

11.04.2014

Trial of Al-Jazeera journalists adjourned for fifth time

Trial of Al-Jazeera journalists adjourned for fifth time

Abdulrahim Shaheen, a reporter who works Al-Jazeera and for two newspapers – Al-Hurriya wa Al-Adala and Misr 25 – was arrested by national security police yesterday on charges of “membership of a terrorist group,” “inciting hatred” and “spreading false information.” At the same time in Cairo, the trial of… »

28.03.2014

Egypt in the Rear Mirror (II): Who Are the Not-So-Invisible Powers Behind the Troglodytes?

Egypt in the Rear Mirror (II): Who Are the Not-So-Invisible Powers Behind the Troglodytes?

If you cannot win them, join them” seems to be the old British political principle that Washington has been applying to its plans to re-design the Arab region, always under the recurrent public pretext of the “war on terrorism.” By Baher Kamal* Specifically, since… »

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