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The Illusion of Islamic Victory in Egypt’s Presidential Elections
Umm Hafsa Islamic victory in Egypt, or an appropriate semblance? Egypt and the Muslims at large, at least those with Islamic sentiments are celebrating today; after years of persecution of an Islamic group, it has finally [...]
Egypt Prisoner Swap with Israel: Undermining or improving credibility?
The Egyptian press has recently been flooded with stories concerning the proposed prisoner exchange between Egypt and Israel. The transaction would involve the exchange of one Israeli, accused of spying for 25 Egyptians. This exchange follows [...]
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt: Agents of change or status-quo?
The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is facing numerous dilemmas and challenges post-revolution, in particular stemming from the strained relationship between various factions in the movement, which have become more apparent in a more open political environment in [...]