Category Archives: Sadat

An American Coup in Egypt?

By As’ad AbuKhalil – Fri, 2012-12-07 18:25- Angry Corner   What is happening in Egypt warrants historical contextualization. When Sadat first took over after Nasser in 1970, his chances of survival in power were nil. He had no political stature … Continue reading

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Is it a date with a new Sadat?

  بهدوء | أهو موعد مع «سادات» جديد؟ ناهض حتر هل يكون مشعل سادات فلسطين أدرّكوا فلسطين ، فقد يأخذ مشعل المفتاح لو كنت خالد مشعل   الشيعة وسُنتهم ينتصرون في غزة رغم أنف النفط وسُنته أحدث العدوان الإسرائيلي على … Continue reading

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Bewere the Israel Honey "soldiers".. Let us turn the poisoned honey pots and Hamas page

ان لاسرائيل جنودا من عسل..فلنقلب قدور العسل وصفحة حماس.. ‏   بقلم: نارام سرجون ان من يقترب من القيادات الفلسطينية – الاسلامية تحديدا – في القاهرة والدوحة هذه الأيام يستطيع أن يشم رائحة الكحول من أفواهها ومن عباراتها المغمسة بالنبيذ … Continue reading

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What Really Happened in the “Yom Kippur” War?

by ISRAEL SHAMIR Moscow Here in Moscow I recently received a dark-blue folder dated 1975. It contains one of the most well-buried secrets of Middle Eastern and of US diplomacy. The secret file, written by the Soviet Ambassador in Cairo, … Continue reading

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Palestinian Refugees: From the Frying Pan into the Fire

The Palestinians were in trouble twice over. They were Sunni, and they were ‘Saddam’s pets (AFP – Moussa Al Shaer)   By: Doha Shams Published Wednesday, June 6, 2012 Forced to flee, denied entry to Arab countries, and unable to … Continue reading

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The Zionist Infestation Of Africa Revisited: The More Details, The More Devils

by Jonathan Azaziah  There is simply no end tothe rape, plunder and pillagethat Africa has endured at thehands of international Zionism.(Graphic by Skulz Fontaine)  As the cliché famously goes when one attempts to point out the mysterious or … Continue reading

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Sadat’s War on Israel: A heroic or a Collusive Act

Worth reading, but keep in mind that the victory achieved in 1973 by the Egyptian Army, rebuilt by Naser, and don’t forget that Sadat, the CIA agent, poisoned Naser. May 1, 2012 “Conciliation between Cairo and Tel Aviv was not Kissinger’s … Continue reading

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From Nasser to Tantawi: The Myth of ‘Sixty Years of Oppression’

While making pious new friends at home, Nasser’s successors also radically overhauled Egypt’s foreign relations. (Photo: Reem Abou-El-Fadl) By: Reem Abou-El-Fadl Published Monday, October 24, 2011 This is the revolution’s understanding of religions: love, fraternity, equality. With equality we can … Continue reading

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Bibi: ‘Why Egyptian hate Israel?’

Posted on September 11, 2011 by rehmat1 “Jews do not have a common origin, that their Semitic origins are a myth. Jews have no origin in Palestine whatsoever, and therefore their act of so-called ‘return’ must be realised as pretext … Continue reading

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>Poll shows Egypt majority against Israel peace treaty

> [ 27/04/2011 – 10:00 AM ] WASHINGTON, (PIC)– US polls show that more than half of Egyptians would like to void the peace treaty the country made with Israel and no longer want the embassy on Egypian soil, according … Continue reading

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