What is Behind the Destabilization in Egypt, Iran, Turkey?

Valery Kulikov In 2011, over a dozen states in the Arab world were hit by a West-instigated wave of protest movements in the name of reshaping the political map of the world and redistributing the region’s natural wealth. At that time, color revolutions raged in Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen, civil wars destabilized the situation in…

How British Intelligence Weaponizes the Sunni Clergy Class

Kit Klarenberg For decades, London has financed, trained, and sought to influence Islamic scholars, Imams, and their pious followers. The UK’s agenda is to mold Islamic influencers into promoting British narratives of the world. Leaked documents reviewed by The Cradle reveal the British Foreign Office is managing a number of covert projects to influence politics and perceptions across…

Egypt’s Stance at the Arab Summit in Algeria

Viktor Mikhin This is the first meeting of the annual Arab Summit after the long break due to the coronavirus epidemic. It was supposed to be held in March this year but was postponed due to numerous disagreements over the agenda and the desire of the incoming chairman, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to take some political steps…

Climate Change and Rising Seas Threaten Egypt’s Breadbasket

Farmland inundated with saltwater, gradually eats away the soil in the Mediterranean town of Mutubes, in Kafr el-Sheikh province, Egypt. (AP) Situated on Egypt’s northern coast on the Mediterranean, the Nile River Delta is one of the world’s three most vulnerable hot-spots to climate change impacts. Sayed Abuel-Ezz has seen his crops wither from seawater…

The Muslim World Blames NATO and President Biden for the Events in Ukraine

Vladimir Danilov The Arab-Muslim world is following the course of the Russian special operation against the Kyiv regime very closely. The interest in these events is explained not only by the very negative attitude of this region to the attempts of certain Western circles to use the example of the actions of the Kyiv authorities…

Debt Agony Throws the US Against the Arab World

Valery Kulikov Due to the US administration’s policy of continuous borrowing, including to finance the armed conflict in Ukraine, amid record inflation and fears of an impending recession, public debt exceeded $31 trillion for the first time. The Federal Reserve continues to raise interest rates, but tighter lending policies are causing the federal government to spend…

Muslim Brotherhood Mob Boss Qaradawi Dies

Declan Hayes The only tragedy about the death at 96 years of age of Youssef al-Qaradawi, the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, the world’s deadliest terrorist grouping, is that the Muslim Brotherhood did not die along with him. The only tragedy about the death at 96 years of age of Youssef al-Qaradawi, the spiritual leader of…

Arab World Seeks Ways Out of the Crisis

Veniamin Popov At the end of August, Egypt’s central newspaper Al-Ahram published a major article about the turmoil and confusion in which the Arab East finds itself. The author believes that there are many reasons for these developments, but it is primarily sectarian and ethnic divisions, encouraged and exploited by external forces. The roots of…

Why the Arab World Stands Firmly with China

This article by Keith Lamb, first published in CGTN on 14 September 2022, describes the friendly relations between China and the Arab world, noting in particular that the Arab states have refused to support the West’s slanderous accusations in relation to human rights in Xinjiang. Indeed, numerous envoys from the League of Arab States have visited Xinjiang…

“Israel” to Replace Russia as EU Gas Supplier: What Will this Mean?

Robert Inlakesh “Israel’s” attempts at expanding its exploitation of coastal Eastern Mediterranean resources has the potential to ignite conflict on multiple fronts. The EU, “Israel” and Egypt have signed a new trade deal, with which “Tel Aviv” will become an alternative supplier of natural gas to Europe, aiding the seal the gap caused through the…

The Birth of a “New World Order” from the Ukrainian Battlefield

Elijah J. Magnier There is a lot of speculation about the birth of a “new world order” from the womb of the battle in Ukraine between America and Russia. The Middle East, Asia and Africa are awaiting the results of this battle, its implications and what will be the outcome to form new alliances once…