Obama is busy, cracking Syria is not as easy as he thought when he started climbing the ‘red line’ tree fast and needs a way to get down, but that’s not what is keeping him busy now, if Syria is hard to crack now, Egypt is ripe. In an anticipated [Continue reading…]
Syria: Obama has to act after he ignored Egypt? Pentagon updates possible list of targets in Syria after massacre under false-flag by Syrian rebels in Jobar. Another translation of an article on Syria and the recent alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria’s Jobar.
Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie arrested by Egyptian security forces. The security forces in the Egyptian capital Cairo have arrested a high-ranking leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in the district of Nasr City in the northeast of Cairo. The Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie was arrested by the Egyptian security [Continue reading…]
The internal political crisis in Egypt is a reflection of the schism in Egyptian society. On 14 August, Egypt’s political forces and army special forces, in accordance with an order given by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Prosecutor General, cleared protest camps and barricades in Cairo in front [Continue reading…]
Archbishop of Sebastia: Those, who set fire to churches in Egypt also destroy Syria. The Archbishop of Sebastia from the Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem, Theodosios (Atallah Hanna) of Sebastia, made several statements about the current violence and chaos in Egypt as well as about the Syrian conflict and the gruesome [Continue reading…]
Egypt: The West removed Morsi and incites a civil war. The current events in Egypt and the reaction of the West on the brutality precede of the Egyptian military against the population shows again the double standards of America and Europe. In Syria, the protests against the government were reportedly [Continue reading…]
President Obama’s pallid audio address this morning from Martha’s Vineyard made it sound as though he regarded the events in Egypt as a rude imposition on his vacation. Instead of enunciating a firm and clear policy, he moved from banality to platitude before veering off-course with a disquisition about the [Continue reading…]