North Africa

Muslim Brotherhood Dividing Libya’s GNA Government

MENA, Libya In Libya, surprises followed and events unfolded successively. After the Libyan revolution and the rebels’ occupation of Tripoli and its outskirts, a ceasefire initiative launched by the Government of National Accord, supported internationally,...
المرتزقة السوريين في ليبيا

Syrian mercenaries in Libya and the Erdogan-Muslim Brotherhood surprise

Introduction The two memoranda of understanding passed the Turkish parliament on December 21, 2019, and on January 2, 2020, enabled Turkey to send military forces to Libya for supporting the „Government of National Accord“(GNA). That...

Will Caliphate Emerge Again in Libya?

Study Introduction: Reveals Adequate Changes that make way for Islamic State in Libya to Emerge Problem of the Study: After the decline of Islamic State in Libya...

Political Islam in Libya

By: Abdel Moneim El-Shoumani, a researcher and a writer from Libya. In this research, the author highlights the role of different political Islam streams at the end of Gaddafi times...

Civil Society, Prospects of Prosperity, a Necessity and a Must

A special file of the task of Civil Society, its assumptions and necessity for Arab societies in general and for Syria in particular. Upon reviewing the status quoi of...

Islamic Parties in Algeria, Flopping at a Blocked Horizon

As the presidential election in Algeria is approaching and due next spring, three questions are imposed about potential scenarios of the event. For example, what is the attitude of Islamists towards these...

Revisions of Ennahdha Islamic Movement in Tunisia, a Principal Transformation or Circumventing contemporary Difficulties?

In 2016 Al Nahdah Tunisian Islamic Movement surprised both internal and external public opinions, especially when it announced its interest in devotion to politics, and giving up proselytization activities to be undergone...

Islamic Political Movements in Libya, historical revisions of Islamatization of Libyan Revolution

By: Dr. Muhammed Khalid Al-Shaker Introduction Chapter one: Muslim Brotherhood and Al Sanusi period Origin and the beginningMuslim Brotherhood and Sanusi Movement, between proselytization...

Tunisian Mosque Responsible for Radicalization

In a statement issued by the Amaq agency, affiliated with ISIS, the terror group claimed responsibility for a terrorist attack carried out by three...

Terror Cells on the Move in Tunisia, Attracting Vulnerable Youth

On Sep. 6, a terror attack took place in the Tunisian coastal city of Sousse and resulted in the death of a policeman. The...

Western Sahara Forefront of Algerian-Moroccan conflict

The conflicts of the Western Sahara region are one of the biggest obstacles in the Moroccan-Algerian bilateral relations, Morocco always blaming the neighbor for...

After Excluding Tunisia’s Muslim Brotherhood influence, Ennahda seems helpless

All the speeches that took place during the session of granting confidence to the new government, especially those of the Ennahda and Karama Coalition...

Tunisia’s Party Landscape Controlled by Ennahda Party

Tunisia’s government, led by Hisham El-Mechichi, will be subject to a confidence vote by the parliament on September, 1, where it has to reach...