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Pope Raises Human Rights Concerns with Egyptian President
By Abigail Frymann Rouch– The Tablet

Pope Francis met the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi this week at the start of the Arab leader’s first European tour.


Friday’s Islamist ‘Uprising’ in Egypt Could Be Bloody
By Eric Trager

Although past ‘uprisings’ have been quickly snuffed out, the latest calls for mass protests have been more strategically savvy and explicitly violent than usual.


June 30 Committee Releases Report

The committee tasked last year by interim President Adly Mansour with investigating the violent consequences of the June 30 uprising released its final report today in an international press conference. The report focused for the most part on the dispersal of the sit-ins at Rabaa al-Adawiya and Nahda Squares, but it also featured sections considering violence on university campuses and violence faced by Coptic Christians.


The U.S. Policy to Defeat the Islamic State Is Doomed. Here’s How to Fix It.
By Noah Bonsey- FP

The current U.S. strategy to destroy the Islamic State is likely doomed to fail. In fact, it risks doing just the opposite of its intended goal: strengthening the jihadis' appeal in Syria, Iraq, and far beyond, while leaving the door open for the Islamic State to expand into new areas.


The Struggle to Erase Saudi Extremism
By Janet Breslin Smith and Caryle Murphy

The rise of the Islamic State has once again turned the spotlight on Saudi Arabia, which is accused of supplying the theological foundation of the movement’s brutal ideology, as well as many of its fighters and funders.


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