The arrest of the Muslim Brotherhood's online editor, Khaled Hamza, is just the tip of the iceberg in a larger pattern of Egyptian repression of reformists. These actors are good for the us and we should take notice of these injustices.
Examining the Muslim Brotherhood objectively and in light of its relationship with other currents is a necessary first step in facing up to our challenges in the Middle East.
People lament the absence of Muslims who can punch holes in the radicals' arguments, but unfortunately we won't get to hear this one.
Since 9/11 authorities have revealed and unraveled a significant portion of al-Qaeda's funding apparatus.
When NATO ministers meet later this month in Istanbul, the topic of reform will hang heavy in the air.
The Madrid bombings had been counting down for years.
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