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If Libya’s U.S.-Client Prime Minister Can be Kidnapped by Al-Qaeda, Why Should Anyone Trust America?

Twelve years after the September 11 attacks, al-Qaeda still isn’t defeated… Continue reading

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Mr. Ali Zeidan, Prime Minister of Libya, Addresses General Assembly, 68th session, 2013

Ali Zeidan, Prime Minister of Libya, addresses the general debate of the sixty-eighth session of the General Assembly… Continue reading

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Behind Benghazi: Muslim Brotherhood and Obama Administration

Evidence continues to mount that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood was directly involved in the September 11, 2012 Benghazi U.S. consulate attack… Continue reading

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Five Months After Benghazi Murders: Killers Frolic Untouched There

Is there any Middle Eastern Muslim-majority country where Islamism is being defeated?… Continue reading

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What Difference Does It Make that Hillary Clinton Doesn’t Care Why Terrorists Killed Americans in Libya?

Clinton’s show of indifference isn’t just a question of distracting attention or callousness, it is a clear symptom of exactly what is wrong with the Obama Administration’s handling of this and other issues… Continue reading

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A Short Guide to the Benghazi Issue: What Is It Really All About?

The chickens have come back to roost and have roosted in the White House. And the vultures are gathering…. Continue reading

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Rethinking Libya

Islamist factions have not emerged to dominate the Libyan election results… Continue reading

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Libya: Assessing Berber Prospects

One reason the term “Arab Spring” is a misnomer is because of the participation of non-Arabs, including Kurds in Iraq and Syria as well as Berbers in Morocco and Libya… Continue reading

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Islam’s Tradition of Breaking the Cross

In the recent destruction of Commonwealth war graves in Benghazi, Libya, you can see not just the desecration of graves, but attacks on crosses… Continue reading

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UN Report: Libyan Dictator Muammar Gaddafi Wanted to Stage Last Stand

The UN’s Human Rights Council released an unedited version of a 220-page report on Friday detailing Muammar Gaddafi’s last hours when rebel fighters moved into Sirte… Continue reading

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From Asharq Al-Awsat: Libya’s new Intelligence Chief, Salem al-Hassi

Asharq Al-Awsat conducted a lengthy telephone interview with Al-Hassi from Tripoli… Continue reading

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America and the Arab Spring

A year ago this week, on January 25, 2011, the ground began to crumble under then-Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak’s feet… Continue reading

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Sunni versus Shia: The Middle East’s New Strategic Conflict

Conflicts between Sunni and Shia Muslims are not at all new, but… Continue reading

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After the “Arab Spring”: Will Freedom Take Hold in the Arab World?

At the end of 2011 is anyone in the Arabic-speaking world better off as a result of the upheavals of the Arab Spring… Continue reading

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The “Arab Spring” and Its Impact on Israel

The “Arab Spring” is the name given to the tumultuous political events of 2011… Continue reading

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Make Way for the Muslim Brotherhood International

It’s time for the Fifth Internationale, that of the Muslim Brotherhoods… Continue reading

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Saif al-Islam captured in Libya’s southern desert: Bargaining chip in Libyan power struggle

On Saturday, Saif al-Islam Qaddafi told Reuters News Agency that he was feeling well after his earlier arrest… Continue reading

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A Saudi Writer Explains the “Muslim Brotherhood Spring”

What we are seeing is a political Islamist tsunami… Continue reading

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WikiLeaks: Mustafa Abdul Jalil, an Islamist all along

When Abdul Jalil talks about reforms, he is (and was) doing so with an Islamist agenda in mind… Continue reading

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Fifty Libyan ‘Islamist’ Rebels Join the Jihad against Israel

Fifty Libyan Muslim Brotherhood mercenaries arrived in the Gaza Strip from Tripoli last month… Continue reading

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Libya Heading Towards Islamism

Islamism will be the dominant political force in Libya… Continue reading

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Al Qaeda Plants Its Flag in Libya

According to multiple eyewitnesses one can now see both the Libyan rebel flag and the flag of al Qaeda fluttering atop… Continue reading

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Qatar’s Sunni Side

How could Qatar’s foreign policy best be defined during the Arab Spring… Continue reading

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Will Libya Be A Radical Islamist State?

The shadowy, scattered and underground Islamist forces have become powerful… Continue reading

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Libya: A Sharia State?

Libya’s transitional leader Mustafa Abdul-Jalil was quite clear about his intentions for liberated Libya… Continue reading

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