Tag Archives: Muslim Brotherhood

What on earth happened between Qatar and the Arab states?

The news out of Qatar and the Gulf had us all (well, me at least) scratching our heads in mystification. What suddenly triggered the break between Saudi Arabia and Qatar? Did they only NOW discover that Qatar has been harbouring … Continue reading

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The London 7/7 bomber’s connection to the Tel Aviv Mike’s Place bombers

Tomorrow, the 7th July, is the 10th anniversary of Britain’s equivalent of 9/11 – the 7/7 terrorist attacks on the London Underground and a red London bus on 7th July 2005, killing 52 people and injuring over 700 more. A … Continue reading

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Meanwhile in Egypt: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Pallywood

The following is a copy-paste of an email I received from my reader DavidinPT , which he says he received from a reliable source.  Having done a Google search I found the story on Facebook which linked back to this site. … Continue reading

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Mubarak’s release, misreading the Muslim Brotherhood and Sinai chaos

It appears that former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has been cleared of all charges and is about to be released, according to his lawyer: Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian president overthrown in an uprising in 2011, will be released from … Continue reading

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The tragic fate of Egypt’s Christians

One of the most tragic outcomes of the upheaval in Egypt is the dire fate of its Christian population.  Raymond Ibrahim of the Gatestone Institute noted: Under Morsi’s one year of rule, many more Christians were attacked, arrested, and imprisoned … Continue reading

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America’s Egyptian conundrum

Despite the Obama Administration’s fumblings in Egypt one can also feel a little sorry for them. On the one hand they did not like the idea of a Muslim Brotherhood government leading Egypt, and Morsi’s actions while he was in … Continue reading

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