The launching of "The Lost Spring" in Washington DC will take place at the Heritage Foundation on Friday March 21 at 12 PM. To attend pre-registration is required. We hope to see all our friends, fans and future readers at that important event. Author Walid Phares will sign his book at the end of the presentation.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Reverend Keith Roderick in Springfield, Illinois during the night of Monday. This news is shocking to all of us, his family, friends and particularly those who worked with him over the past three decades to defend the human rights of oppressed people around the world, particularly in the Muslim world. This loss is deep and will be felt by many people in America and around the world.
Abu ‘Ubaida, a leader of the most recent terrorist organization plaguing post-Muslim Brotherhood Egypt, Ansar Bayt al-Muqadas, was killed yesterday by Egyptian forces.
The family of an Egyptian Christian shot in Libya on March 2 says he remains close to death in a hospital in Egypt.
Thirteen Greek Orthodox nuns arrived in Damascus on Monday after al Qaeda fighters who held them for more than three months freed them in a deal providing for the release of women prisoners held by President Bashar al-Assad's government.
It was not clear how many women prisoners had been freed. Activists said at least 15 were released from Adra prison north of Damascus, just a fraction of the 153 which some officials had said would be included in the exchange.
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