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Rebels’ vs. Rivals: Meet the challengers to Egypt’s June 30 campaign
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Rebels’ vs. Rivals: Meet the challengers to Egypt’s June 30 campaign

If you’ve heard of “Tamarod,” Egypt’s increasingly popular oppositional petition against the presidency, then you may know about “Tagarod” – a recently launched rival campaign.   The competing campaign is still considered a fresh start-up, but its popularity has skyrocketed, with supporters championing the country’s Islamist President Mohammad Mursi.   […]

Mark Langfan Receives Ateret Cohanim Award
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Mark Langfan Receives Ateret Cohanim Award

Ateret Cohanim awarded the Oheiv Yisrael (“Lover of Israel”) Award to Mark Langfan, Arutz Sheva’s frequent security writer, along with his father, William K. Langfan, who is an expert on the PLO Charter.   Speaking to a packed crowd, which included renowned military expert, Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, Mark Langfan […]

Egypt doesn’t want to be led by Islamists
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Egypt doesn’t want to be led by Islamists

He lacks charisma, notoriety, intensity and political depth. Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood (MB) candidate is not the president many Egyptians had in mind. He wasn’t even what the MB first had in mind. Mohammed Mursi, a replacement candidate for the Islamist bloc’s first choice, Khairat al-Shater, managed to snatch 26.4 percent […]