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Surge of Islam is a response to years of bad Washington policies

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Islamic political parties are assuming roles in the new order in Arab countries. Will these parties hurt American interests in the region?... Read more »

Jan. 8, 2012

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Radical Muslim power grabs in Arab nations would be huge setback

At its best, U.S. policy toward the Middle East consists of a deft combination of short-term pragmatism and long-term idealism. Read more »

Jan. 8, 2012


Egypt's Christians celebrate Christmas amid fears

Egypt's Christians on Saturday celebrated their first Christmas since the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, amid tight security and a display of national unity to... Read more »

Jan. 7, 2012


Egypt prosecution: Mubarak, aides ordered killing

The prosecution in the Hosni Mubarak trial said on Wednesday it has concluded that Egypt's ousted president, his security chief and six top police officers were the... Read more »

Jan. 4, 2012


Egypt votes in final round of election

Egyptians voted Tuesday in the final round of elections likely to seal the domination by Islamists over the country's new parliament as secular activists grew... Read more »

Jan. 3, 2012


Egypt's Islamist hard-liners oppose Christmas greetings

CAIRO — An ultraconservative Egyptian Islamist group says sending Christmas greetings to Christians is "against our beliefs," a position immediately rebuked by... Read more »

Jan. 1, 2012

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