The Muslim Brotherhood and its jihadi supporters are the latest terrorists to be accused of growing and cultivating illegal drugs in the hills of Sinai, in order to trade them and support jihadi terrorism with the proceedings—not unlike Afghanistan’s Taliban earlier.
On April 24, 1915 the Turkish genocide of Assyrians, Greeks and Armenians began very simply, without pomp and circumstance. "We have made a clean sweep of the Armenians and Assyrians of Azerbaijan." Those were the words of Djevdet Bey, the governor of Van Province in Ottoman Turkey, who on April 24, 1915 lead 20,000 Turkish soldiers and 10,000 Kurdish irregulars in the opening act of the genocide of Assyrians, Armenians and Pontic Greeks. In three short years, 750,000 (75%) Assyrians would be killed, 1.5 million Armenians and 500,000 Greeks.
Egypt's de facto ruler urged President Obama to restore the military aid suspended last year after Egypt's armed forces ousted the country's president and warned that America's unwillingness to combat Islamic extremists in strife–ridden Arab states was endangering the U.S. and its European and Arab allies.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is certifying to Congress that Egypt is sustaining the strategic relationship with the United States, allowing for the obligation of FY2014 funds for assistance to the Government of Egypt.
The April 20 announcement that the Project on Middle East Political Science will have a forum at the Washington Post “Monkey Cage” blog was followed quickly by an article authored by its director, Prof. Marc Lynch of George Washington University.
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