There is no difference between America and the Muslim Brotherhood; they are two sides of the same dirty coin.
The cover story in The Economist this week is "Losing the Middle East,” a reference to U.S.-Arab relations, which have experienced many conflicts since the outbreak of the Arab Spring. These disagreements have become public and both sides adhered to conflicting policies, a situation that had been intentionally [Read more]
The Muslim Brotherhood has revealed that it sent a delegation to visit 23 countries to ask them to cease all support for Abdul Fatah al-Sisi's government in Egypt. A photograph was posted to the Facebook account of one of this delegation's members in January 2015, attesting to a meeting at the State Department.
The general consensus regarding the release of the memoirs of Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State during President Obama's first term, is that it sets the stage for her to achieve in two years what she was unable to do six years ago: become president of the United States. Clinton, however, who seems to be the top [Read more]