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This research explores the question as to how Wasatia as an Islamist movement seeks to represen
Interview with Professor Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi, Founder of the Wasatia Movement in Palestine and Director of the Wasatia Academic Institute in Jerusalem. Conducted by former CAWU intern Janneke Wijman on May 5th, 2020, via online platform Zoom. Both Janneke Wijman and Dr. Dajani Daoudi agreed...
The Israeli-Gaza conflict is part of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict which is a conflict fueled by conflicting ideologies and beliefs. Many religious Zionists base their political claims on Biblical prophesies such as Amos 9: 8-15, which promises the restoration of Israel. How can one read a text...
Egyptian mediation has played a pivotal role in reaching a cease-fire in Israel and Gaza, with Egypt putting all of its political weight behind the negotiations. These efforts finally culminated in the implementation of a ceasefire at dawn on Friday.
Recently, Egypt has made a swath of decisions that seek to advance its strategic interests and national security.  Last Monday, President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī announced that Egypt would be providing $500 million to rebuild Gaza after the most recent violence with Israel.  Before that, while at...
This summary focuses on Egypt’s Stance towards the recent Israel-Palestinian events, we collected the information from each of Arabic Post and Raseef 22 to cover the full analysis.
The Egyptian people and government’s solidarity with the Palestinians is much more pronounced and powerful than it was in previous Israeli assaults on Palestinians.
Egyptian churches stressed the Palestinians’ right to defend their cause in the face of violence committed by Israeli soldiers. 
On Wednesday, May 12, 2021, Egyptian authorities denied media reports claiming that a state of emergency had been declared in North Sinai hospitals in anticipation of receiving wounded Palestinians. Instead, they said that the elevated degree of readiness was due to the Eid al-Fitr [ʿĪd al-Fiṭr]...
The killing of twelve-year-old Muḥammad al-Durrah in Gaza was played out on television screens across the world on September 30, 2000, days after the start of the Palestinian uprising known as "al-Aqṣā Intifāḍah". A number of young Egyptians shared their thoughts to Miṣr al-ʿArabiyya on the 19th...

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