President Trump, in an exclusive interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, announced he’ll name Vice President Pence to lead a commission investigating voter registration fraud – while also laying out timelines for top domestic priorities like tax cuts and health care, and leaving the door open to scrapping the Iran nuclear deal. The president, in […]
BEIJING/LOS ANGELES, Feb 6 (Reuters) – As millions around the world settled into couches and tuned into the Super Bowl on big-screen TVs on Sunday, fans in China watched the New England Patriots stun the Atlanta Falcons on mobile phones and tablets – on their way to work.
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Richard Lewis, father of accused killer Chanel Lewis, speaks to media outside Queens County Criminal Court on Sunday. The senior Lewis is not convinced his son is a killer. (Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News). BY Andy Mai Ellen Moynihan.
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Cairo – Dr. Ahmed Kamal Abul Magd, an Egyptian Islamic thinker, commented on the ideological renouncements made by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group saying, “too late to come out.”
‘Abul Magd’ pointed out that these renouncements will not weigh in on the MB’s situation because Egyptian society no longer accepts them nor tolerates their actions.
In a press interview with “Al-Hayat“, a London-based newspaper, Sheikh “Yusuf al-Qaradawi”, MB’s spiritual leader, a Mufti and a scholar, said that he had a series of meetings with a number of Qatar-based MB leaders as well as other top leaders in a bid to convince them of making ideological retractions, shifting political strategies and a leadership reshuffle, sources from within the group reported.
Abul Magd adds: “So this is pretty much explains why most of MB leaders are now renouncing their ideology of extremism and violence in Egypt.”
If you allowed others to use your bank account to park others' black money to escape the brunt of demonetisation, you may be in for trouble.
Cairo – A new book has been released in Cairo on the latest uprising in Arab world. some delighted to call it ‘Arab Spring’. Ambassador Dr. Abeer Bassiouny has recently published her latest book titled: Revolutions of the Nations: Egypt’s contemporary Revolutions: its regional and international repercussions. The book is currently on exhibition at Cairo International Book Fair.
The book reviews the contemporary uprisings in the Arab world, especially Egypt whose contemporary revolutions have had far-reaching impacts on the fabric of its society. The book highlights the backdrop of Egypt’s contemporary revolutions in addition to characteristics of Arab revolutions, indicating the impact of revolutions on reality and politics in Egypt and Arab world. The book also speculates on the side effects of the revolutions on the future of Arabs, regionally and internationally.
Arab Spring was a revolutionary wave of both violent and non-violent demonstrations, protests, riots, coups and civil wars in the Arab world that began on 17 December 2010 in Tunisia with the Tunisian Revolution, and spread throughout the countries of the Arab League and its surroundings.
Major insurgencies and civil wars in Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen resulted, along with civil uprisings in Bahrain and Egypt, large street demonstrations in Algeria, Iran, Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Oman and Sudan and minor protests in Djibouti, Mauritania, the Palestinian territories, Saudi Arabia, Somalia and the Western Sahara.
Bassiouny writes a regular column for the Diplomatic Newspaper which is issued by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She has several published articles for both Arabic and English Journals such as ‘the international Politics’, ‘Harvard International Relations’, Global Politics Magazine, and American Diplomacy magazine.
Other Paperback publications:
• WTO Agreements & their Impact on the Economies of Arab Countries.
• US Foreign Policy in the 21st Century.
In-print publications in English both in English and Arabic:
• Dilemmas of citizenship and belonging to the state between sectarianism and internationalism”
• The World Challenges in the Eyes of a Muslim Thinker.
Abeer Bassiouny Radwan is a diplomat, currently posted to Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Oslo, Norway as Deputy Chief of mission. She has been employed by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1995. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science from the Cairo University, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a focus on Information Technology and Management from the Maastricht School of Management, Netherlands, as well as a second Master’s Degree in Political Science with a focus on International Relations and Humanitarian Intervention from Cairo University, and a doctorate from Cairo University in International Relations with a focus on International Organizations.
US Judge James Robart and his wife have no children but have been foster parents to several immigrant children over the years, primarily from Southeast Asia.