Egypt

Egypt: In-Depth Reports

Egypt and Jordan Fear a Hamas Victory in the West Bank

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Israeli Expert: Arab Regime Crackdowns Are Pushing New ISIS Recruiting

Assessing the strength of the Islamic State, Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, former Deputy Head for Assessment of Israeli Military Intelligence, said:
“A huge coalition of forces, air forces, and other countries are participating in trying to quell the Islamic state. But they haven’t reached the final goal because they don’t have boots on the ground. Now with 30,000 fighters, it seems that the Islamic State is still there to accompany us for the next couple of years at least.”
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One Year after the Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran is reaping the benefits; the West pays the price of its weakness; and we will all live with the consequences Read More »

Why Egypt’s Foreign Minister Came to Israel

Egypt sends a message to the Arab world Read More »

Egyptian Foreign Minister in Israel – Something Positive at Last

Beyond intelligence to fight ISIS, Israel can help Egypt’s economy, science, hi-tech, and agriculture
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The Postwar Career of Nazi Ideologue, Johann von Leers, aka Omar Amin, the “First Ranking German” in Nasser’s Egypt

Abstract Johann von Leers, aka Omar Amin (1902-1965), was one of the foremost antisemitic propagandists of the Third Reich. He hated Jews and Judaism, as well as Christianity, which he regarded as a Jewish sect. As a young man, he […] Read More »

What’s the history of the Egypt-Israel Border ?

Professor Ruth Lapidoth, Senior Researcher at the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies and Professor Emeritus of International Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem addresses the legal aspects of Sykes-Picot Agreement. Read More »

Arab World: Distancing Religion from Politics?

Is political reform possible in the Arab World? Read More »

Has Egyptian President Abd el Fattah el Sisi Lost his Charm?

Harsh Reaction to Decision to Cede Islands to Saudi Arabia Read More »

Understanding the Significance of Protests Over Egypt’s Handing Over Two Islands to Saudi Arabia

Middle East experts Jacques Neriah, Amb. Zvi Mazel and Brig.Gen (ret) Yossi Kuperwasser discuss the implications of widespread protests over Egypt’s relinquishing control over two Red Sea Islands. Read More »

Is Egypt’s Transfer Of Two Red Sea Islands to Saudi Arabia a Risk for Israel?

Lenny Ben-David, Jerusalem Center’s Director of Publications interviews Amb. Alan Baker. Question of the day: It was announced today that Saudi Arabia and Egypt have an agreement on two very key small Islands at the mouth of the Red Sea: […] Read More »

Is Turkey Planning to Destabilize Lebanon?

A strategy to counter the Russian-Iranian-Hizbullah success in Syria Read More »

Hamas’ Terrorism in Egypt

Qatar, Muslim Brotherhood allegedly involved in an attack Read More »

Michelle Mazel, La Maison du Pacha; Souvenirs d’une Israélienne au Caire (The Pasha’s House – Memories of an Israeli Woman in Cairo)

The Pasha’s House is well-written, highly readable and interesting for those who have little knowledge of Egypt as well as for those who are well-acquainted with the country. Read More »

Earthquakes of the Middle East

Shifting magma changes the entire landscape Read More »