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Hillary May Have "Appointed" Morsi President of Egypt

Frontpage, by Daniel Greenfield, June 29, 2015:

It’s an interesting development and certainly wouldn’t be surprising.

After all the entire aim of the Obama-Clinton policy was to get the Islamists in power across the region. 405 more words

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Situation Has Improved for Christians in Egypt, Says Open Doors CEO

Dr. David Curry is the CEO of Open Doors USA, an organization which advocates for persecuted Christians around the world. In part one of CP’s interview with Curry, he discusses ISIS’ surge in Iraq and its implications for Iraq’s remaining 500,000 Christians and its effects on neighboring Syria. 167 more words


Getting elected Egypt's president is nothing compared to fixing its economy

There were no surprises in Egypt’s elections this week. Former general Abdel Fattah el-Sisi secured a sweeping victory after three days of lackluster turnout. His election was all but assured, given the lack of any real, credible opposition. 500 more words

The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. 377 more words


Egypt's neverending election, continued

A member of Egypt’s election committee released the committee’s turnout figures for the first two days of Egypt’s two three day presidential election, and they’re better than… 147 more words


Egypt: when low voter turnout is probably OK

Tomorrow, Egyptians will go to the polls on day three of their two-day presidential election, because in the Glorious Sisi Era, the numbers 2 and 3 are interchangeable. 670 more words