September 01, 2018|Raphael G. Bouchnik-ChenMiddle East Quarterly
The Egyptian president had reasons to remove the U.N. secretary-general
July 30, 2018|Raymond IbrahimPJ Media
If the Coptic pope is hostage to his Muslim masters, then consider Pope Francis, who kowtows to Islam even further: who or what holds him hostage?
July 19, 2018|Raymond IbrahimPajamas Media
Egypt’s version of the Hippocratic Oath, which all of the nation’s doctors -- both Muslim and Christian -- are required to take, contains wording that is not unlike the Islamic confession of faith.
June 16, 2018|Raymond IbrahimRaymondibrahim.com
From attacks by Muslim mobs to closures by Muslim authorities, the lamentable plight of Coptic Christian churches in Egypt always follows a pattern, one that is unwaveringly only too typical.
June 01, 2018|Isabella Ginor and Gideon RemezMiddle East Quarterly
Reviewed by Anna Borshchevskaya
May 07, 2018|Cynthia FarahatAmerican Thinker
The case of Ahmed Abdel Basit Mohamed
May 04, 2018|Cynthia FarahatFrontPage Magazine
A new report exposes the jihadist-linked extremists gaining access to our lawmakers
April 01, 2018|Hilal KhashanStratfor
Egypt has historically marginalized its Bedouin population in the Sinai region
March 18, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute
The events in the last couple of weeks seem to confirm that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ambitions for a Turkey-led ummah (Muslim community) are not welcome in the Arab world.
March 12, 2018|Raymond IbrahimFrontPage Magazine
That Muslims have cleansed non-Muslim peoples by the sword since the seventh century to the present is of course factually well-documented. But what of the more subtle “slow-motion genocide”?