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Sisi thought It Was All Over but Egyptians are Still
Sisi thought It Was All Over, but Egyptians are Still Ready for Change

Sisi’s regime has not been able to provide political stability, find a solution to the economic crisis, and prevent...

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Cleaning the House Anti-Opposition Campaign in Saudi Arabia
Cleaning the House: Anti-Opposition Campaign in Saudi Arabia

While Saudis generally perceive Islamists as a threat in general, the Sahwa scholars are considered as an existential...

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Why Turkey Will Continue to Honor Morsi's Legacy
Why Turkey Will Continue to Honor Morsi's Legacy

Morsi’s legacy will always be remembered and kept alive in Turkey. The democratic struggle of the Egyptian people will...

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Trump s Designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a Terrorist
Trump’s Designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a Terrorist Organization is a Grave Mistake

As the international community showed discontent to Trump’s recent designation of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps as...

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Can the Muslim Brotherhood in Algeria Be a Transformative Power
Can the Muslim Brotherhood in Algeria Be a Transformative Power?

The Muslim Brotherhood's decision to nominate a candidate in the presidential election for the first time indicates that...

Thursday, March 28, 2019

How the Egypt's Judiciary is Aiding the Sisi Regime to
How the Egypt's Judiciary is Aiding the Sisi Regime to Maintain its Oppression

Since Sisi assumed power, the Egyptian judiciary has served to legitimate and facilitate the authoritarian rule. Other...

Monday, February 18, 2019

The Muslim Brotherhood Rise Fall and Future Prospects
The Muslim Brotherhood: Rise, Fall, and Future Prospects

From entering similar jolts in the past to losing its popularity in contemporary times, to facing the deepest crisis in...

Saturday, January 5, 2019

The End of Civil Society in Egypt Authoritarianism Triumphs
The End of Civil Society in Egypt: Authoritarianism Triumphs

It’s clear that the current regime in Egypt – far from any form of democratization – dragged the country into a more...

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Why the United States is the Main Obstacle for Democracy
Why the United States is the Main Obstacle for Democracy in the Middle East

It should be underlined that the U.S. administration’s statements of democratization in the Middle East do not reflect...

Thursday, September 13, 2018

The darkest day in Egypt s history Rabaa massacre and
The darkest day in Egypt’s history: Rabaa massacre and its sorrow memory

The Rabaa massacre will always be remembered as a crime against humanity conducted by the post-July 3 military regime in...

Friday, August 17, 2018

Too Weak to Survive Too Big to Fail The Unknown
Too Weak to Survive, Too Big to Fail: The Unknown Future of the Sisi Regime in Egypt

It is obvious that the current Egyptian regime cannot follow an independent foreign policy. It is simply because the Sisi...

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Egypt s Sisi Turned it s Iron-Fist Towards Secular Opposition
Egypt’s Sisi Turned it’s Iron-Fist Towards Secular Opposition

Unlike previous initiatives that were mainly focused on Islamic movements, the Sisi regime will be targeting secular and...

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Egypt s Operation in the Sinai and Human Rights
Egypt’s Operation in the Sinai and Human Rights

Egypt’s operations in the Sinai take place through direct consultation with Israel. As relations between the two countries...

Friday, May 25, 2018

A National Hero s Quest for Justice the Story of
A National Hero’s Quest for Justice: the Story of Mohamed Aboutrika in Egypt

One of the unlawful practices of the regime is placing individuals on a terror list. Once placed, suspects are issued...

Thursday, May 10, 2018

A Strategic Renewal The Palestinian Reconciliation Government and the Role
A Strategic Renewal? The Palestinian Reconciliation Government and the Role of Hamas

During a period in which Qatar is subject to regional isolation, where Turkey is busy in ruling out immediate threats as...

Friday, November 3, 2017

4 years since Egypt massacre justice remains elusive
4 years since Egypt massacre, justice remains elusive

Memories of Rabaa al-Adawiya massacre have only aggravated post-coup Egypt’s political crisis, say analysts.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Understanding Hamas' New Political Document
Understanding Hamas' New Political Document

Last month, two developments that are of vital importance for Palestinian politics occurred. First, the Hamas movement...

Thursday, June 8, 2017

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