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Biden Administration Blocks Rescue of Persecuted Christians from Afghanistan

By Raymond Ibrahim  – Gatestone Institute – “The State Department has blocked us every step of the way. The State Department and the White House have [...]

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Egypt: Human rights catastrophe results from lack of political will, not lack of a national strategy to whitewash reality

By Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies ـ Respect for human rights in Egypt – where the most fundamental rights to life, bodily integrity, and justice are violated by state institutions and [...]

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The War on Terror Shifts to ‘Brainistan’

By Tawfik Hamid – WSJ – The West needs a better system for identifying radical Islamists and cutting out the religious underpinnings of jihad. Twenty years ago, 19 of my fellow Arab [...]

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Egyptian Christian forgives the terrorists who killed his mother and sister

Florian Ripka-ACNRepublished by Aleteia It was 10 years ago, but the pain is still raw. On the night of Friday, January 31, 2011, a terrorist attack killed 21 people and wounded 79 others [...]

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Terror is the very “raison d’etre” of Taliban

By Amir Taheri – Gatestone Institute – More importantly, perhaps, it may be naïve to demand that Taliban give up terrorism — the very method that has given them some [...]

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Turkish Imperialism: Erdoğan’s “Second Conquest” of the Christians

By Anne-Christine Hoffb – Middle East Quarterly – On July 10, 2020, Turkey’s high administrative court annulled a 1934 cabinet decision that had turned Istanbul’s [...]

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Former US Religious Freedom Ambassador Sam Brownback Warns of Potential Genocide for Religious Minorities in Afghanistan

By Lauretta Brown – National Catholic Register – As the last of the U.S. troops left Afghanistan Monday and the Taliban has taken control, many fear for the religious minorities in [...]

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Biden’s Travel Agency in Kabul

By Amir Taheri – Gatestone Institute – The immediate question everyone faces is whether or not to recognize the Taliban as a legitimate government. To start with, the current [...]

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Is the Biden Administration Embracing Egypt’s Autocrat?

By Joel Beinin,  Allison McManus – Jacobin – In the coming weeks, Secretary of State Antony Blinken will make an important Middle East policy decision that will illuminate the Biden [...]

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Egypt’s Constitutional Court Amendments: The International System On Its Own Terms

By Mai el-Sadany, Yasmin Omar – Carnegie Endowment – New amendments to the law governing Egypt’s highest court are the latest in a series of steps intended to eat away at the international [...]