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Muslim scholar: Mohammed Morsi is the most unfortunate politician in Egypt
For professor Wael Farouq, among the leading intellectuals of the Jasmine revolution, 50% of Egyptians expect concrete answers from the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood. This could be his undoing. Morsi's victory is a defeat for the ideals of the revolution. Suspicions about a compromise between Islamists and the military to share power.
14/09/2011 MIDDLE EAST - ITALY
The Christians of the Near East and Islamist ideology
At the 23rd European week on Euro-Mediterranean religious history, a series of interventions illustrate the great saga of the Churches of Antioch, from martyrdom to deportations, but also passionate evangelization and inter-religious and cultural dialogue. An overview by the editor of AsiaNews on the current situation of the Churches of the Near East in the throes of radical Islamism.
21/09/2012 ISLAM - MIDDLE EAST
Libya, Benghazi youth march against violence and terrorism
In the capital of Cyrenaica thousands take part in the protest march organized to counteract the excessive power of Islamist militiamen. Young people ask the guerrillas responsible for the death of American Ambassador Stevens to abandon their weapons and join the regular army. In Pakistan, the violent protests continue against the blasphemous video on Muhammad and the French satirical cartoons. Peaceful demonstrations in Cairo.
03/02/2005 MIDDLE EAST Â– USA
Peace, not "conflict management", the goal for Middle East
Comment of father David-Maria A. Jaeger, expert observer of the situation in the Holy Land on president Bush State of the Union Address.
12/03/2015 MIDDLE EAST - UNITED STATES
With Riyadh, Ankara and Doha on board, Washington plans to "resurrect" the Muslim Brotherhood against the Islamic State
The arrival of King Salman on the throne of Saudi Arabia has changed the kingdom's politics. With intelligence chief Bandar bin Sultan retired, the axis with the United States has been boosted. The goal is to rebuild the Brotherhood as an influential force in the Arab world. The US wants to annihilate the Islamic State and splinter the Middle East to protect Israel.
Egypt, police take to streets against the Muslim Brotherhood
Thousands of police officers across the country are protesting against the politicization of the security forces. The President Morsi accused of using the police to protect members of the Muslim Brotherhood and attack his opponents.
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