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"100 Jewish Donors"

"100 Jewish Donors" Categories: Antisemitism, Islamic Extremism, Middle East     Author: Zachary Novetsky

"100 Jewish donors." Google it, and 17,000 results follow; 1,490 just in Google's "News" tab. Strung together, those words sound altruistic. But place those words in the context of the attacks taking place against the United States' embassies, and the foundations are built for a grandiose conspiracy

The Politics of Rage

The Politics of Rage Categories: Islamic Extremism, Middle East     Author: Walter Russell Mead

Coming in the middle of the American campaign season and timed to coincide with the eleventh anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the violence now shaking the Middle East has inevitably turned into a US domestic issue. If Americans and other Westerners are going to understand what's going on and proces

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Incitement watch: Saudi cleric's Blood Libel and PA honours terrorists while forbidding Jews from praying at holy site

Incitement watch: Saudi cleric's Blood Libel and PA honours terrorists while forbidding Jews from praying at holy site Categories: Antisemitism, Islamic Extremism, Palestinians, Updates     Author: Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz

The Times of Israel reported an official statement from the Palestinian Authority on Tuesday accusing Israel of "incitement". The source of the alleged incitement was a call from opposition MK Aryeh Eldad, from the hard-line National Union party, demanding that Jews be permitted to pray on the Templ

The Sinai Vacuum

The Sinai Vacuum Categories: Egypt, Islamic Extremism, Israel, Updates    

This Update is dedicated to the implications of the latest large-scale attack from Sinai into Israel on Sunday, which left 16 Egyptian soldiers dead, but caused no casualties in Israel. A good introduction to the news about the attack and its immediate aftermath appeared in Sharyn

Understanding the Muslim Brotherhood

Understanding the Muslim Brotherhood Categories: Egypt, Islamic Extremism     Author: Barry Rubin

Today, the Muslim Brotherhood is the most important international political organisation in the Arabic-speaking world. It just won the presidency of Egypt and is the dominant party in Egypt's Parliament, having obtained about 47% of the vote there and in the Tunisian Government, having received 40%

Editorial: Egypt as Islamist Epicentre Categories: Egypt, Islamic Extremism     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Just last month, Tareq al-Suwaidan, a leading Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood figure, was granted a visa to give lectures in Sydney and Melbourne, including at a forum on the campus of Monash University. It was his second visit to Australia. Al-Suwaidan has a long history of espousing antisemitic statem

The campaign tactics of Mohammed Morsi

The campaign tactics of Mohammed Morsi Categories: Egypt, Islamic Extremism, Updates     Author: Or Avi-Guy

Equality for women in work and education; an assurance that Islamic dress will not be imposed; Christian senior political advisors and possibly even a Christian Vice-President; freedom of protest and expression - the list of pre-election promises made since last Tuesday by Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim

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