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Muslim Brotherhood TV channels, a hotbed of extremism
January 9, 2019
Turkey-based Muslim Brotherhood TV channels are an emerging hotbed of extremism, jihadi ideology and anti-Semitism.
Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
January 7, 2019
The Muslim Brotherhood debate and Mubarak’s 2018 court testimony in Egypt
Hamas, which defines itself as the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, has engaged in mass terror for years; its parent organization in Cairo has not criticized its use of bus bombings against Israel or its unleashing of rocket attacks against civilian targets.
Saudi media claims Linda Sarsour has ‘roots in Muslim Brotherhood’
December 11, 2018
Article In leading Saudi media outlet “Al-Arabiya” criticizes Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour, claiming she has “roots in the Muslim Brotherhood.”
November 21, 2018
Israel’s patience in Gaza will pay off
Things may have deteriorated, but it was enough to spark fear in Hamas that the daring intelligence-gathering mission was a prelude to an impending, deadly Israeli blow.
October 18, 2018
The story behind the story of Jamal Khashoggi
Whatever Khashoggi’s political views, it remains wrong to kill, muzzle or jail dissidents. Saudi Arabia remains a repressive tribal society and the original source of the Sunni Islamist extremism that now plagues the world.
July 15, 2018
Five years after the revolution: Is Egyptian President El-Sisi winning the battle?
The Muslim Brotherhood remains a low-level threat. Five years after their ouster from power and the violent repression of their demonstrations, Muslim Brothers still refuse to accept their defeat and demand the release of Mohammed Morsi as a precondition to start talks with the new regime.
July 3, 2018
Turkey’s target: The Temple Mount
The Turkish cultural and nationalist awakening in Israel’s capital, strongly felt by the residents of eastern Jerusalem, is backed by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who as we know sees himself as the father of an Ottoman caliphate that will one day return to Jerusalem.