"A strong Egyptian military, buttressed by robust defense relations with the United States, can be a force for moderation and for continued support of the peace treaty with Israel as Egypt makes the transition." Heil Hitler! Heil Obama!

On Saturday, February 12th, 2011 in News.

HERZLIYA, Israel (Reuters) – Israel and Arab states have a common interest in containing nuclear Iran and that has not been affected by protests in Egypt against President Hosni Mubarak, a senior U.S. diplomat said on Wednesday. The possibility of Mubarak falling to a more than two-week-old popular revolt has set off jitters in Israel, which sees Cairo as an important bulwark for Middle East powers that fear Tehran’s ascendancy and nuclear programme. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned


You are engaged today in the battle of Arab dignity. You are restoring today with your shouts, blood, and steadfastness in the squares and fields the dignity of the Arab man, which was humiliated and disgraced by the defeat and submissiveness of some Arab leaders for decades.

On Friday, February 11th, 2011 in News.

Praise be to Allah the Lord of the world. Peace be on our Master and Prophet Abi Al Qassem Mohammad and on his chaste Household, chosen companions and on all prophets and messengers. Peace be upon you and Allah’s mercy and blessings. We meet today with a clear-cut aim. We gather here to express our solidarity stand with the Egyptian people and youth as well as with the Tunisian people and youth. However before tackling some important points – and


"A strong Egyptian military, buttressed by robust defense relations with the United States, can be a force for moderation and for continued support of the peace treaty with Israel as Egypt makes the transition." Heil Hitler! Heil Obama!

On Friday, February 11th, 2011 in News.

By Dan Williams Dan Williams – Wed Feb 9, 2:54 pm ET HERZLIYA, Israel (Reuters) – Israel and Arab states have a common interest in containing nuclear Iran and that has not been affected by protests in Egypt against President Hosni Mubarak, a senior U.S. diplomat said on Wednesday. The possibility of Mubarak falling to a more than two-week-old popular revolt has set off jitters in Israel, which sees Cairo as an important bulwark for Middle East powers that fear


Again, Worth Reading (On the Muslim Brotherhood)

On Thursday, February 10th, 2011 in News.

What the Brotherhood Is and How it Will Shape the Future Carrie Rosefsky Wickham CARRIE ROSEFSKY WICKHAM is Associate Professor of Political Science at Emory University [1]. With the end of the Mubarak era looming on the horizon, speculation has turned to whether the Muslim Brotherhood will dominate the new Egyptian political landscape. As the largest, most popular, and most effective opposition group in Egypt, it will undoubtedly seek a role in creating a new government, but the consequences of



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