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The leftist rhetoric presently infecting the United States stands in sharp contrast to the country’s most authentic free-market traditions

The second series of Al-Ikhtiyar exposes the truth behind jihadist and terrorist networks

Thousands of people have died in massacres committed by Ethiopian soldiers in the Ethiopian region of Tigray on the orders of the regime in Addis Ababa

The world experienced something of the grandeur of Egypt’s ancient civilisation in the Pharaohs Golden Parade of Royal Mummies to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation last weekend

It is time to put an end to political feuds over the Covid-19 vaccines and to make sure that all the world’s people receive vaccination against the virus

Egypt and other countries in the region should not accept Turkish President Erdogan’s belated offers of reconciliation

More and more European countries are at last waking up to the threat of Islamist radicalism in their midst

Europe’s economic cooperation with the Iranian regime is helping Tehran push its terrorist agenda in Europe and the Middle East region, writes Hany Ghoraba

Europe is suffering its worst winter since World War II as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the associated wave of lockdowns, writes Hany Ghoraba

The blocking by US big-tech companies of former US president Donald Trump’s social media accounts was an Orwellian decision that will resonate for decades

President Joe Biden may have made promises about reuniting the United States that are beyond his means to carry out

Last week’s assault on Capitol Hill and the continuing polarisation in the US could be the beginning of a new dark chapter in American politics

For many people worldwide 2020 has been a lost year that can barely be accounted part of their normal lives

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s visit to Paris this week is an opportunity for closer cooperation between France and Egypt to secure the Eastern Mediterranean

This year has marked the beginning of the end of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regional ambitions as well as the end of his political honeymoon with Europe

In order to combat the terrorist threat targeting the continent, Europe’s politicians must do more to fight Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood

A Biden win in the US presidential elections on 3 November could lead to the US switching its support to the Islamists in the Middle East region

The re-emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic necessitates the start of a unified global effort to find effective treatments and a vaccine

Turkey’s involvement in the renewed conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh extends its dismal record of war-mongering across the region

Brotherhood calls for an “uprising” in Egypt, ignored by the Egyptian public, only show the dire situation of the terrorist group, writes Hany Ghoraba

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