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Imams of Islam and the Environment

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online In the Arabic media, there are reports that Muslim clerics — energized by the sudden emergence of Egypt’s new president, Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood — are agitating to demolish the Egyptian pyramids. According to the imams, the pharaohs’ monuments represent “symbols of paganism” from Egypt’s pre-Islamic …

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The Democracy Delusion and Obama’s Failed Mideast Policy

by Bruce Thornton Frontpage Magazine The New York Times headline on Secretary of State Clinton’s visit to Egypt said it all: “US Is in a Quandary.” That’s putting it mildly. Better words for this administration’s foreign policy are “confused,” “contradictory,” and “delusional.” Share This

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The Evils of the Muslim Brotherhood

by Raymond Ibrahim Investigative Project on Terrorism Egypt’s longtime banned Muslim Brotherhood — the parent organization of nearly every subsequent Islamist movement, including al Qaeda — has just won the nation’s presidency, in the name of its candidate, Muhammad Morsi. Share This

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Salafi Sex Scandals

by Raymond Ibrahim Gatestone Institute Sheikh Ali Wanis, an Egyptian parliament member and prominent figure in the Nour Party — the Salafi party which preaches a return to early Islam based on Muhammad’s practices — was recently caught in a “compromising position” with a female other than his legal spouse(s). Share This

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Egypt’s Presidential Elections: What’s at Stake

by Raymond Ibrahim FrontPage Magazine Egypt’s long awaited and much anticipated presidential elections — the first of their kind to take place in the nation’s 7,000 year history — are here. As we await the final results — and as the Western mainstream media fixate on images of purple-stained fingers — it is well to remember that there …

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