Archives par mot-clef : Muslim Brotherhood

Saudi threatens to isolate Qatar for its support of Muslim Brotherhood (Al Monitor, 20/02/2014)

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia believes that the Emir of Qatar did not abide by the agreement he signed in a summit in Riyadh in the presence of the Emir of Kuwait two months ago, to stop the use of … Lire la suite

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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

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Syrian stalemate fuelled by opposition’s bitter infighting (The National, 29/05/2013)

The Syrian political opposition, in its current form, is a hopeless case. Members of the opposition have been holding intensive talks to expand the National Coalition for nearly a week, with little progress. The meetings in Istanbul are meant to … Lire la suite

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The controversial Qatar-Brotherhood alliance (The Daily Star, 29/04/2013)

Of all Qatar’s policy innovations since a coup brought the emir, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, to power in 1995, its overt alliance with Islamist movements linked to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has perhaps been the most controversial so far. There … Lire la suite

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Yemen’s complex insecurity will make National Dialogue talks difficult (Sada, 08/03/2013)

Yemen’s National Dialogue is scheduled to start on March 18, but despite government measures, the country’s overall security remains under threat. Political assassinations are on the rise, and armed struggle in the south is gaining momentum. Addressing these security issues … Lire la suite

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UAE DISSIDENT TRIAL CHALLENGES U.S. POLICY (Simon Henderson, 04/03/2013)

Secretary Kerry is quickly finding out that Gulf leaders view the region’s challenges differently from the Obama administration and are not reluctant to show it. ****************************** In an apparently deliberate challenge to Washington, the United Arab Emirates has chosen the … Lire la suite

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‘We have a duty to protect this country,’ Sultan says (Gulf News, 02/08/2012)

The recent arrest of several Islamists in the UAE is not a security crackdown but a limited measure to advise and help those who “deviated” and attempted to harm their country, His Highness Dr Shaikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, … Lire la suite

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Syrian opposition agrees to form government in ‘liberated’ areas (22/02/2013, Al-Arabiyya News)

Syria’s opposition National Coalition decided on Friday to form a government to run areas of the country “liberated” by rebels and will meet in early March to name a prime minister, a spokesman said. “We agreed to form a government … Lire la suite

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The Brothers and the Emirates (Al Majalla, 14/02/2013€

The downfall of Mubarak and the election of Mohammed Morsi as president of Egypt has brought the Muslim Brotherhood to the pinnacle of political power in the Arab world’s most populous state. However, elsewhere the situation is very different. A … Lire la suite

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Saudi Arabia and Qatar in a Time of Revolution (Bernard Haykel, CSIS, 19/02/2013)

The Arab Spring represents a set of challenges the likes of which have not been seen in the Arab world for a half century or more. Shifts underway in the Levant and North Africa have a profound effect on perceptions … Lire la suite

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