Muslim Brotherhood

How the Middle East Map Changed in 2013

The End of Pan-Islamisim In the three years since the beginning of the “Arab Spring,” a number of striking changes have occurred in the Arab world. First and foremost, the Arab Spring represents the end of pan-Islamism championed by Iran […]  Read More »

Sisi Fever: Will the General be the Next President of Egypt?

The mood of Egyptians has changed from friendship and admiration toward the U.S. to open hostility.   Read More »

After the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Is Hamas in Gaza Next in Line?

Vol. 13, No. 27    1 October 2013  Egypt has finally decided to tackle the security threat from the Sinai Peninsula, a region that was nearly under the control of jihadist organizations with links to al-Qaeda and Hamas. The Egyptian army’s […]  Read More »

Iran’s Attempted Rapprochement with Egypt: Implications for Sunni-Shiite Relations

In the wake of the Arab Spring there is a closing of ranks in the Arab world along Sunni Islamic and less Arab-nationalist lines.  Read More »

F-16s to the Muslim Brotherhood

The latest American crisis with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood president, Muhammad Morsi, came out into the open on January 14, 2013, when the New York Times published a report on its front page that three years earlier he used blatantly anti-Semitic motifs for describing “Zionists” as “…bloodsuckers who attack the Palestinians, these warmongers, the descendants of apes and pigs.”  Read More »

Anti-Jewish Sentiments and Stereotypes in Arab and Muslim Schoolbooks

Deception: The Palestinian Authority’s Public Commitments and Its Actual Activities and Messages

Anti-Zionism, the Left, and the Islamists in Britain

The Hybrid Terrorist Organization and Incitement

Beyond Radical Libertarianism: Internet Freedom and the Rule of Law

Incitement to Terror: Introduction

Sinai, the New Egypt, and the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty

The challenge posed by the evolving character of Sinai should be handled within the context of the Israel-Egypt peace treaty.  Read More »

Intelligence Document Reveals Muslim Brotherhood Role in Egyptian Revolution

An official Egyptian intelligence document reveals the central Muslim Brotherhood role in the Egyptian revolution.  Read More »

The Role of Hamas in the Formation of Global Jihadi Networks in Sinai

Egypt’s supreme interest is to alter the terms of the Camp David agreement and enable full Egyptian sovereignty over all of Sinai, including in the military domain.  Read More »

Morsi’s Victory and Egypt’s Second Republic

Hamas in Gaza – an offshoot of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood – has high hopes, but it will soon be disappointed.   Read More »