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Egyptian Salafis shout slogans against Syrian President Bashar Assad as one waves a Syrian revolutionary flag during a rally after the Friday prayers at Amr Ibn Al As mosque, in Cairo, Egypt. Comment?
... as one waves a Syrian revolutionary flag during a rally after the Friday prayers at Amr Ibn Al As mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, June 14, 2013. Syrians are being killed at an average rate of 5,000 per month, the United Nation said Thursday as it ... Comment?
... opposition. The United States needs a framework that connects its policy in Syria with what's happening in Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Turkey and elsewhere in the region. The administration's specific rationale for arming the rebels is that Syrian ... Comment?
... for the Monitor's international desk, focused on the Middle East. Murphy, who has reported from Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, and more than a dozen other countries, writes and edits Backchannels. The focus? War and international relations, leaning ... Comment?
In this Monday, June 10, 2013 photo released by the Egyptian Presidency, Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi speaks on Ethiopia's Nile dam project at a conference in Cairo. Comment?
... told us he was a police officer, demanding to be allowed to keep his beard, something the police are not allowed in Egypt at the moment. On my walk home from the office in the well-to-do Zamalek neighbourhood, on Day Six I wandered through a very ... Comment?
... Ethiopia dam project will benefit not only to Ethiopia but also to the current and future generations of Sudan and Egypt. "Ethiopia has the right to use the Nile water in terms of generation of electricity, in terms of irrigation, and the way we see ... Comment?
... showing the Coptic Christian cross and the Islamic crescent-and-star joined in a unified statement of support for Egypt's liberation. During a brief address over state television Friday afternoon, an Egyptian general paused at the end of his brief ... Comment?
... the globe; I recall one episode where a family moved from their spacious home in California to an apartment in Cairo, Egypt. That kind of move takes guts - and I can't imagine how intimidating it must be to find a home in a country that doesn't even ... Comment?
Egypt's ruling Muslim Brotherhood blamed Shi'ites for creating religious strife throughout Islam's history, as the movement joined a call by Sunni clerics for jihad against the Syrian government and its Shi'ite allies. Comment?
CAIRO: Egypt's Sufi Muslims say their places of worship are under threat by rising radicalism, as shrines sacred to them are coming under attack by Islamist hard-liners who deem them heretical. Comment?
By Steven V. Selthoffer, Chief European Columnist, Swimming World Magazine CAIRO, Egypt, June 14. YES. Comment?
Syria's president and his Shi'ite allies were denounced by leading Sunni Arab voices on Friday, including Egypt's ruling Muslim Brotherhood, which had reached out across Islam's sectarian divide but has now called for jihad. Comment?
... or a center for punishing Egyptians for other nations or other countries." CAIRO (AP) - A senior official in Egypt's presidency said Thursday that Egyptians are free to join the fight in Syria and will not be prosecuted upon return amid increasingly ... Comment?
Egyptian Salafis shout slogans against Syrian President Bashar Assad as one waves a Syrian revolutionary flag during a rally after the Friday prayers at Amr Ibn Al As mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, June 14, 2013. Comment?
... Saudi preacher Mohammed al-Oreifi called in a sermon for a "jihad in the cause of Allah in Syria." Saudi Arabia, like Egypt, is an overwhelmingly Sunni Muslim country, and Sunnis are the backbone of the revolt against Assad, whose Alawite sect is an ... Comment?
... Given the Brotherhood's history, this isn't terribly surprising. But remember, the Brotherhood is the ruling party in Egypt. Meanwhile, this article says that President Morsi's office is saying quite explicitly that his government will take no ... Comment?
... "It seems to me this is a very dangerous and ominous moment, particularly as Sunni clerics have just met in Cairo, Egypt and called for a holy war against the Assad regime. Instead of trying to calm things down, it seems to me the Obama ... Comment?
Egypt's Sufi Muslims say their places of worship are under threat by rising radicalism, as shrines sacred to them are coming under attack by Islamist hard-liners who deem them heretical. Comment?
The court overturned [ Daily News Egypt report] his sentence pursuant to Article 166 of Egypt's 2012 Constitution [text, PDF, JURIST report ], which states that charges can only be brought against a prime minister in connection with his or her official conduct by the president, the prosecutor general or one-third of the members of the Council of ... (more) Comment?