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Sequestration and the War on Terror

While congress and the administration battle over the upcoming federal budget cuts caused by “sequestration,” one must ask a very serious question: Will it affect our war on terror? With the looming automatic cuts that worth billions of dollars to federal spending, many crucial government operations and agencies, without a doubt, will suffer the consequences […]
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The Iran & Muslim Brotherhoods Brief – A future Middle Eastern alliance

On Feb. 7th, 2013, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran; Ahmadinejad, announced during a press conference in Cairo during his recent visit to attend an Islamic summit, that Iran is looking forward to reigniting and strengthening its past ties with now “The Islamic Republic of Egypt”. This announcement supports our previous prediction of […]
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AL QAEDA, NORTH AFRICA, AND THE DILEMMA OF MILITANT ISLAM

Why Algeria’s Hostage Crisis is a Sign of a Hidden Threat Almost a week ago a group of militants associated with the so-called Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) ambushed an Algerian oil and natural gas site on the Eastern region of the Saharan desert bordering Libya. The group then took workers as hostages, […]
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The New Democracy in Egypt: Minority Rule

Almost twenty months ago the world celebrated with the Egyptian people the removal of a longtime dictator; Mubarak, as a victory for the new Arab Spring democracy. Almost a year later, things turned sour, and the new hope for democracy turned into despair as a result of the apparent control of the Muslim Brotherhoods and […]
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The Israeli – Hamas Cease fire: winners & losers

Since last week the world has been celebrating a brokered cease fire deal between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. The cease fire was the result of what appeared to be an imminent ground assault by the Israeli troops against the militant Islamic group Hamas. The fighting which began few weeks earlier was the […]
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Why The Demise of Al-Qaeda is a Wishful Thinking?

Since the 9/11 attack Al-Qaeda, the terrorist organization behind the attack, has been under the global radar. Military retaliation operations were launched against them by the US troops and their allies. Progress to eliminate the group was on target proven by the assassination of two of their most prominent and influential leaders; Bin Laden himself […]
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The Benghazi Delimma – Why the radical Islamists are still winning

Since the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi during the 11th anniversary of 9/11, and many conflicting reports about the circumstances surrounding this troubling incident. Initially the US administration reported that the reason for the attack was the riots caused by a low budget YouTube video about the prophet of Islam Muhammad. Soon after, […]
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Why Upcoming Presidential Debates Must Focus On the Dilemma of Radical Islam

In October 4th, 2012 the first presidential debate had its debut, as the first of three upcoming debates, in what is expected to be one of the most watched presidential debates in the history of the US. Many important issues were discussed, ranging anywhere from taxes to deficit, spending cuts to creating more jobs, and […]
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The International Dilemma of Radical Islam – Why Romney’s Foreign Policy Vision is Necessary

As a former radical Muslim I am witnessing developments in the Middle East and globally that are very alarming and disturbing to say the least. Radical Islamists perceive a trend of weakness on the US part that is fueling their endless efforts to dominate and to establish their presence. Up until 9/11, the US was […]
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The Sharia Brief – Why the video about Muhammad a success for sharia

The term sharia has become a household name not only in Islamic countries, but even in Europe, and recently the US. Sharia in its general term means “the path of life” or “The path to complete submission to Allah”. One of the primary objectives of sharia is to ensure the superiority of Islam and its […]
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