Archives par mot-clef : Morsi

Qatar’s Geopolitical Gamble: How the Gulf State May Have Overreached (Times, 23/07/2013)

Nearly three weeks after Egypt’s military forced the country’s President Mohamed Morsi out of office and jailed him and officials of his Muslim Brotherhood party, the explosive reaction on Cairo’s streets has brought death and turmoil— and in another country … Lire la suite

Publié dans Etats-Unis, Qatar, Syrie | Tagué , , | Laisser un commentaire

Bassem Youssef’s ‘Qatari’ homeland song goes viral (Ahram Online, 06/04/2013)

In Youssef’s show on Friday, he posed as the conductor of a choir that sang a new version of « My beloved homeland, my great homeland » in which the homeland was Qatar, described as a rich man willing to buy-off Egypt, … Lire la suite

Publié dans Egypte, Moyen-Orient, Qatar | Tagué , | Laisser un commentaire

When they were friends: Egypt and Iran (Ahramonline, 04/02/2013)

Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s visit to Cairo, the first by an Iranian head of state in decades, may herald the long awaited restoration of historically close ties between the two nations On Tuesday, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be the first Iranian … Lire la suite

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Is the Muslim Brotherhood targeting the UAE? (Now, 08/01/2012)

The controversy over alleged Muslim Brotherhood efforts to infiltrate and destabilize the United Arab Emirates has now openly erupted. After quietly brewing for the past year, the controversy over alleged Muslim Brotherhood efforts to infiltrate and destabilize the United Arab … Lire la suite

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