By Victor Davis Hanson Syndicated Columnist Remember when President Obama used to warn Syria's Bashar al-Assad to stop his mass killing and step down? Muammar Gadhafi's dictatorship had then just collapsed under Western bombing.
A man takes a picture of a mural of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi and with Arabic words that reads "Leave" on the wall of the presidential palace in Cairo .
The beheading of a British soldier in London and ongoing nightly riots in Sweden suggest the coming of another, but different Arab summer.
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Following the hacking death of a British soldier by two alleged Islamic extremists, Prime Minister David Cameron said, "There is nothing in Islam that justifies this truly dreadful act." Winston Churchill thought otherwise, but he lived in a time before political correctness ran amok and drew on his personal experiences serving in the Sudan and in ... (more)
Anne Patterson , the U.S. ambassador to Egypt and reported shoo-in for assistant secretary of state for Near East affairs, sat down with the Egyptian English-language news site Ahram Online recently for a wide-ranging discussion on the topics du jour in post-Mubarak Egypt.
AMMAN: The fractured Syrian National Coalition began a three-day meeting in Istanbul Thursday to discuss its expansion, the election of a new president, and whether it will participate in the dialogue proposed by the U.S. and Russia scheduled to take place in Geneva in the coming weeks.
The President has decided, five years into his presidency, to finally address the gravest threat to our nation and the West in the wake of a bloody wave jihad attacks under his sloppy and feckless watch.
No Syrian regime can be worse than this one, with the biggest chemical and non-conventional arms arsenals in the Arab world.
I must admit, when Mohamed Morsi was announced as the new president of Egypt, I breathed a sigh of relief.
In this Wednesday, April 28, 2010 file photo, relatives of the 26 suspected Hezbollah members, accused of plotting attacks on tourists and shipping in the Suez Canal and sending operatives and explosives to Gaza to help militant groups there, waves to prison vehicles carrying them outside Emergency State Security Court in New Cairo, Egypt.
Some worry that the Muslim Brotherhood government will impose strict morality provisions on Egypt's beach resorts, such as Algouna resort on the Red Sea.
For the first time since the Arab Spring uprisings of 2011, relations between mainstream Islamists in government and radical Salafist Muslim activists have reached breaking point, sparking deadly clashes in two Tunisian cities.
A phenomenon is sweeping the Middle East. Arabs young and old are voting in record numbers-and this time it's not for the Muslim Brotherhood.
Supreme Guide of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie, extended his greetings to President Mohamed Mursi, the Armed Forces and the Bedouins of Sinai on Wednesday for their efforts in releasing the seven kidnapped security officers.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi appealed on Wednesday to the opposition for unity, in the face of criticism he is failing the revolution that brought him to power almost a year ago.