The Entire Middle East Is at War, and the Obama Administration’s Strategic Incoherence Is Aiding the Chaos

Sluggish and confused reactions to the Arab Spring were compounded by a major mishandling and dangerous weakening of the vital relationship the United States had with Egypt.. Obama’s ambivalence about taking action and then doing what was necessary to produce successful outcomes in Libya was yet another such mismanaged effort that created more problems than it solved.

 

The Formation of a Sunni Arab Military Coalition — An Historic Shift in Facing Iranian Expansionism

Sunnis Take Their Destiny Into Their Own Hands

 

The Saudi-led joint Sunni Arab coalition that is fighting the Houthi in Yemen constitutes an historic shift in the Sunni pushback against Iran's expansion in the region, as 10 countries — Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, the UAE, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Sudan, and Pakistan, with Turkish support — have formed a military-political coalition and launched Operation Decisive Storm that aims to restore the ousted Sunni regime in Yemen.

 

The Islamist Way

"Expansion and conquest" make one of the pillars of the Islamist doctrine. For that reason, it requires, and overtly or covertly struggles for, expanding "rights" in non-Muslim countries.

 

It is simply futile to expect Islamists to demonstrate a crumb of the tolerance they demand of non-Muslim nations.

 

Syria is Rapidly Heading for De Facto Long Term Partition

The most substantial development is the merger of twelve opposition groups in the North of Syria (and) the important role played by Suqur Al Sham (SAS), which is mainly a Muslim Brotherhood (MB) organization backed by the Turks, in accomplishing it.

 

The Islam Reformers vs. the Muslim Zealots

The ferment we see in the Muslim world today is not solely due to despotic political systems, and it is not solely due to failing economies and the poverty they breed. Rather, it is also due largely to Islam itself and the incompatibility of certain of that faith’s key tenets with modernity.

 

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Coptic Solidarity 2015 Conference

The Annual Conference was held in Washington, D.C. on June 11-13, 2015.

 

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