MIDDLE EAST FORUM: The Double-Edged Sword of Jihad By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

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Islamic nations are again learning that the jihad is a volatile instrument of war that can easily backfire on those who preach it; that “holy war” is hardly limited to fighting and subjugating “infidels”—whether the West in general, Israel in particular, or the millions of non-Muslim minorities under Islam—but can also be used to fight “apostates,” that is, Muslims accused …

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BREAKING NEWS: Egyptian Electoral Commission Declares Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Mursi Winner of Presidential Run-off By HEZI ARIS

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CAIRO, EGYPT – June 24, 2012 — Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Mursi (pictured) has been declared the winner of Egypt’s presidential election run-off. Farouq Sultan, head of the panel of judges, upheld the election results after reviewing 466 complaints by candidates.  The announcement sparked scenes of jubilation in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Mohammed Mursi won with  51.73 % of the vote, …

eHeziBREAKING NEWS: Egyptian Electoral Commission Declares Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Mursi Winner of Presidential Run-off By HEZI ARIS

Ed Koch Commentary: The Chickens Are Coming Home to Roost By EDWARD I. KOCH

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The chickens are coming home to roost in the Middle East.  The experts who supported the removal of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, e.g., The New York Times’ Tom Friedman and many others, are perhaps now wondering if they were right to do so. Hosni Mubarak was certainly an authoritarian ruler.  His government brooked little or no dissent; there was …

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Ed Koch Commentary Will the President and the Congress Send a Message to Turkey and Egypt That An Attack Upon Israel Will Be Viewed As An Attack Upon the U.S.? By ED KOCH

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Israel is now surrounded by Arab and other Muslim nations who believe this is the moment when they can finally destroy the Jewish state.  They tried and failed to conquer Israel in five different wars since 1948.  They are still trying. Since the “Arab Spring” revolts in the Arab heartland of Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Syria, opinion-makers in the …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary Will the President and the Congress Send a Message to Turkey and Egypt That An Attack Upon Israel Will Be Viewed As An Attack Upon the U.S.? By ED KOCH

Islam and Democracy – Much Hard Work Needed By Daniel Pipes

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First published by Canada's repected National Post, as "Muslims can embrace democracy, but I'm not optimistic," on February 7, 2011, and reprinted with express permission: http://www.danielpipes.org/9435/islam-democracy.  With anti-regime demonstrations raging in Egypt, and the possibility of a new government led by or involving the Muslim Brotherhood, many are asking whether Islam is compatible with democracy? The answer is yes, it potentially is, but it …

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Turmoil in Egypt By Daniel Pipes

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First published by The Washington Times, February 1, 2011. Reprinted with express permission. As Egypt's much-anticipated moment of crisis arrived and popular rebellions shook governments across the Middle East, Iran stands as never before at the center of the region. Its Islamist rulers are within sight of dominating the region. But revolutions are hard to pull off and I predict …

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