MEF in the Media>Year>2012

  • December 12, 2012|The Jim Bohannon Show

    Egypt struggling to find its identity

  • November 01, 2012|Jerry GordonNew English Review

    No Blinders about Egypt under Muslim Brotherhood

    In December 2010, after spending two decades in Egypt as an academic and translator of the works of Egyptian Nobel Laureate, the late Naguib Mahfouz, ex-pat Detroit native, Raymond Stock was denied entry and deported by the Mubarak regime. He had

  • September 20, 2012|Sun News Network

    Iran Regime Loses U.S. Case

  • June 22, 2012|Barry RubinPJ Media

    What's Happening in Iraq After the U.S. Withdrawal?

    Aymenn Jawad al-Tamimi is an Anglo-Iraqi political analyst and adjunct fellow at the Middle East Forum who has published widely on Iraqi politics and other contemporary Middle East issues. He is interviewed by PJ Media Middle East Editor Barry Rubin.

  • May 10, 2012|Sam SokolThe Jerusalem Post

    The Catastrophe Called Nakba

    "All of the world knows what happened here in 1948,' Daoud Abu Lebdeh says, while leaning against a table in a coffee shop on the Hebrew University's Mount Scopus campus. "The Israeli soldiers or the Israeli militias like the Hagana, Kahane, the...

  • March 29, 2012|Wolff BachnerThe Inquisitr

    The Plight Of Egypt's Coptic Christians

    Most of us in the West have little knowledge of what life is like for Christians in the Muslim world. Take for example, the Coptic Christians, who were once the dominant religious group in Egypt. Previously the mainstay of their nation, Copts are now