The decision by Egypt’s Administrative Court to postpone the parliamentary elections scheduled for April provides President Morsi, the Brotherhood and the opposition an opportunity to reconsider their strategies and take the country back from the brink, Bassem Sabry writes from Cairo.
There are growing links between the various churches of Eastern Christianity, driven by what they see as the threats to Christianity in the Middle East as a result of the Arab Spring, writes Nasser Chararah.
The Syrian government has informed Moscow that it is open to dialogue with moderate armed groups and to assimilate some armed factions into the army following a cease-fire, yet the majority of the Syrian opposition still refuses direct negotiations, writes Mohammad Ballout.
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