egypt analysis

A police officer patrols the Giza Pyramids on his camel on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt
A desperate call to lower the Egyptian birth rate… from an Egyptian

There have been several attempts in the past at lowering the birth rate in Egypt and they continue today with no great success.

01/11/2018
ISIS in Sinai: Battered, weakened but still dangerous

The members of the Sinai Province of the Islamic State are fueled by a never-ending sense of divine mission.

15/01/2018
United States Vice President Mike Pence
Mr. Pence’s high-stakes trip to Egypt

What will the vice president do to reassure Egyptians that America deeply respects them?

Bassem Youssef
Poking fun at anarchy

Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef takes a biting look at the Arab Spring and Mideast turmoil.

By BEN FISHER
11/05/2017
Trump and Sisi
It’s time for Washington to strengthen ties with Egypt

The West needs a stable Egypt as a friend and an ally, now more than ever.

Hezbollah
According to foreign reports: Israel's covert missions undergo a change

Israel has learned the lessons of past missions and become more dangerous.

Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
Mideast Monitor: What’s next for Sisi’s Egypt?

While Sisi’s rule does not appear to be in imminent danger, it is unwise to ignore the real and multiple difficulties confronting Egyptian society.

A poster celebrates the Egyptian army in Cairo.
Eliminating terror groups in Sinai a key priority for Egypt

Egypt feels the confrontation in Sinai is symbolic of a larger conflict with regional and global ramifications.

SEATED IN the office of Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) in Washington in 2016, from left: Egyptian Embass
Congress to introduce bill honoring late Egyptian president Anwar Sadat

Orthodox Jew behind initiative for ‘one of the greatest statesman of the 20th century’ who ‘bravely reached out to Israel and dedicated himself to peace’

A BILLBOARD with images of former Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser, who pressured Morocco to pr
The tragedy of the ‘Egoz’ and the story of Moroccan Jewry’s return to Israel

By 1961, over 30,000 more Jews made the perilous journey from Morocco to Israel, weathering freezing seas and subhuman conditions in their hope to reach the Promised Land.

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