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  • Egypt’s President Al Sissi
    Is coexistence with Islamists possible?
    Egypt’s President Al Sissi is trying to balance Egyptian freedom with national security where how to treat Islamists is on the edge. Democratic freedom is also hanging in the balance. Consider this description of “liberal democracy...
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    Is Egypt sufficiently stable to be on critical path?
    At first blush, Egypt has become one of the most important “allies” in the Middle East. Egypt is onthecritical path in the Israeli and Palestinian negotiations. Egypt is strategically important because its citizens chose sovereign...
  • Massive blackout in Egypt due to electromagnetic interference?
    Egypt experiences massive blackout: Are we in the 'Pole Shift homestretch' now?
    Egypt experienced a massive blackout on Thursday, Sept 4. The Egyptian energy ministry blames the massive power outage on a "technical error," speculating it was caused by a malfunctioning circuit west of Cairo.Be sure to click LIKE and...
  • Ancient Christian magical charm on papyrus
    Newly discovered ancient Christian magical spell reveals Egyptian influence
    An ancient Christian magical spell or charm from the sixth century has been found in an old papyrus manuscript housed at the John Rylands Library in Manchester, England. The discoverer, Dr. Roberta Mazza, believes the Greek charm, originally...
  • ISIS Protest
    Egyptian activists protest ISIS by defecating, menstruating on their flag
    "Inshallah [Allah willing], your throat got slit in the street, within days."It's common practice for the vast majority of reputable Western media outlets, such as Examiner.com, to choose to self-censor certain photographs that may...
  • Pastor tells congregation 'Nothing you have experienced has been a waste'
    Pastor tells congregation 'Nothing you have experienced has been a waste'
    On Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014, Rev. Lois Blakey-Paige, pastor of New Canaan Worship Center in Richmond, Virginia used the story of Moses as told by Stephen in Acts 7:20-35 to assure parishioners that nothing they have experienced has been a waste....
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    Latest fatwa authorizes peeping perversion, but only if you put a ring on it
    On the heels of an Egyptian Brotherhood supported fatwa reported byIndia Today Nov. 28, 2013 that ruled that Muslim women swimming in the ocean equates to adultery and deserve to be punished accordingly, the latest Salafist decree has just hit the...
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    In backdrop of Gaza War, the intra-Muslim war rages on
    Egyptian Foreign Minister slams Muslim Brotherhood-friendly Qatar, Turkey for torpedoing Gaza peace plan...Already tagged as The Gaza War, to many Americans the Israeli Defense Force's (IDF) air, sea and ground attack into the Gaza Strip very...
  • Jeremiah Heaton: Dad of the year makes his 7-yr-old a 'princess' over land plot
    Jeremiah Heaton: Dad of the year makes his 7-yr-old a 'princess' over land plot
    Jeremiah Heaton just set the bar very high for fathers and their “daddy’s girls” everywhere. Forget ponies – This Virginia father of three promised his little “princess” that she would indeed be a formal...
  • Chautauqua bound ... a return to Egypt
    Chautauqua bound ... a return to Egypt
    I am honored to have been accepted to teach Middle Eastern Dance for my seventh “Season” at the esteemed Chautauqua Institution in New York State. For two separate weeks in July it will be my privilege to instruct students who are...
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    Egyptian man sentenced to six years for Facebook "like"
    Be careful what you click online. Especially if you live in a country where Christianity is frowned upon, or, as in many Muslim countries, illegal.Morning Star News has reported that Kerolos Shouky Attallah has been accused of blasphemy against...
  • BBC staff protests conviction of journalists in Egypt
    UN criticizes Egypt on conviction and imprisonment of journalists
    On Monday in two separate statements United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and UN Human Rights High Commissioner Navi Pillay condemned Egypt’s sentencing of three journalists and eleven other defendents, calling these actions and...
  • Journalism is a crime?
    Journalism is a crime?
    Monday, June 23, brought chilling news when the long anticipated sentencing for Al Jazeera’s English-language network journalists - Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed - was announced.The Cairo courtroom judge, Judge Mohammed Nagi...
  • Practicing journalism is not a crime
    Hunger-striking Al-Jazeera journalist freed in Egypt
    According to today's report at Press TV, the Egyptian government will release Abdullah al-Shami (Elshamy), one of twelve captives who are being freed due to health concerns.Of the twelve being released, Abdullah Elshamy is the only journalist....
  • Former General Now President Of Egypt
    Former General Now President Of Egypt
    Abdel-Fattah el Sissi, the former General who led the military takeover almost a year ago was sworn in yesterday as President. It was not easy as he had to extend the election an extra day due to low turnout. In the past year he has led a personal...