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EX-IDF Soldier DEBATES Briahna; Israel, Gaza, Hamas: Watch

Israeli writer Hen Mazzig joins Rising to discuss the latest on the Israel-Hamas war. #israel #hamas About Rising: Rising is a weekday morning show with bipartisan hosts that breaks the mold of morning TV by…

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One State or Two State solution?

Israeli writer Hen Mazzig joins Rising to discuss the latest on the Israel-Hamas war. #israel #hamas See Full Clip Here: https://youtu.be/RGCLWTmJ7zc About Rising: Rising is a weekday morning show with bipartisan hosts that breaks the…

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US Vetoes UN resolution recognizing a Palestinian State

Israeli writer Hen Mazzig joins Rising to discuss the latest on the Israel-Hamas war. #israel #hamas Watch Full Video Here: https://youtu.be/RGCLWTmJ7zc About Rising: Rising is a weekday morning show with bipartisan hosts that breaks the…

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Trump Trial: Could Michael Cohen testimony SINK case for prosecutors? Accused of LYING on the stand

National politics reporter Julia Manchester chats with legal expert Robert McWhirter about the week of testimony from former President Donald Trump’s ex-fixer Michael Cohen. What were the stand-out moments, and what does it mean for…

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Trump Pursues Israel ‘Peace Plan’ to Break off Gaza, Without Input from Palestinians

While US President Trump reportedly hopes to use Gulf funding to pressure Egypt to take over Gaza, splitting it from the West Bank, expert Phyllis Bennis warns no Israel peace deal is possible when “there…

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Revolution and the Third World: Exploring the Radical Ideas of Anti-Imperialist Economist Samir Amin

Samir Amin revolutionized economics by centering the Global South. TRNN’s Ben Norton explores the radical legacy of the Egyptian-French anti-imperialist Marxist with scholar Ali Kadri Visit https://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work…

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Egyptian President’s Regrettable “60 Minutes”

Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi was hoping to demonstrate that he was a reliable ally of United States and Israel in the Middle East and worthy of international recognition, but the 60 minutes interview took…

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Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Is Being Pushed By ‘Islamophobia Industry’

Civil rights lawyer and activist Arjun Singh Sethi says, “Even the CIA actually came out and said it would be a mistake, because in many ways the Muslim Brotherhood more recently has been a force…

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US Has No Moral Authority to Deem Muslim Brotherhood ‘Terrorist’

As’ad Abukhalil shares his perspective on the Trump administration’s stated intent to declare the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, pointing out that the U.S. has killed countless civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq in recent years…

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Morsi’s Death Represents the Demise of Hope for Democracy in Egypt

Professor Seif Da’na discusses the circumstances under which former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi collapsed and died and the Egyptian government’s fear of an uprising Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. **…

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Libya’s Civil War is Becoming a Proxy War

The shooting down of a Turkish drone near Tripoli and the capture of six Turkish sailors by Gen. Haftar’s forces reveals the Turkey’s and Egypt’s involvement on both sides of the civil war. Meanwhile Haftar’s…

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Sudan Transition to Civilian Rule Endangered as Foreign Interests Prevail

With the foiling of a coup attempt last week, the Sudanese military is consolidating its rule, despite having signed transition agreement for joint military-civilian rule. Gulf states want the military in charge, especially since Sudanese…

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Egypt Protests Continue Despite Government Repression

Angela Joya discusses the return of demonstrations in Egypt against President Al-Sisi. After thousands were arrested and police brutality was unleashed at the protesters, the demonstrations only grow larger. Subscribe to our page and support…

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Egypt’s Arab Spring Isn’t Over

The recent wave of protests against Egypt’s President El-Sisi were sparked by anger at corruption, but also because of the growing inequality in Egypt, says Prof. Angela Joya. Subscribe to our page and support our…

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Egypt Bans Journalist Daoud Kuttab from a Transparency Conference

Journalist Daoud Kuttab was barred from entering Egypt without being given a reason. His banning indicates the growing paranoia of the Egyptian regime in the face of mounting international criticism. Director/Video Editor: Cameron Granadino Audio…

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Interest in its Natural Resources Is Tearing Libya Apart

Political writer Greg Shupak discusses the failed attempt in Moscow to reach a ceasefire agreement in the Libyan civil war, and the new attempt in Berlin. As Turkey, the UAE, Egypt, and other regional players…

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Egypt’s Government Rehabilitates Ex-President Mubarak with State Funeral

Despite being discredited and ousted by the 2011 Arab Spring, former president Mubarak’s funeral aims to rehabilitate him and his legacy of military rule. Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. **…

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Egypt’s Secret War in Northern Sinai

Reports are now coming in from a bombing and counter-bombing in northern Sinai by extremist Islamists and the Egyptian armed forces that happened in late March. The explosions were recorded by journalists in the nearby…

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The Proposed Nile Dam Is A Wedge Between Egypt, Ethiopia, And Sudan

The plan to build a giant hydroelectric dam on the Nile River is a cornerstone in Ethiopia’s economic development strategy, but is fiercely opposed by President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi in Egypt. Director/Video Editor: Will Arenas…

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Essential Remittances To Africa Devastated By Coronavirus Pandemic

Families dependent on remittances from seasonal workers are facing a crisis, even in countries without widespread COVID-19 cases. Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. ** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended…

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FBI investigating Bob Menendez’s ties with Egyptian officials

CBS News has learned the FBI is investigating whether Egypt’s intelligence services tried to gain access to Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey through his wife Nadine. Menendez and his wife pleaded not guilty…

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Gaza citizens trapped in Israel-Hamas war

Residents in Gaza have been told by Israel to evacuate but with the one border crossing to Egypt targeted repeatedly by the Israeli military, they have nowhere to go. CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab…

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How the Israel-Hamas war differs from past conflicts in region

As the war between Israel and Hamas rages on, some are looking at the conflict as part of a new and destabilized world order. Wall Street Journal national security reporter Vivian Salama and Center for…

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How Egypt is responding to the Israel-Hamas war

Egypt controls the only exit from the southern Gaza Strip, the Rafah crossing. Mirette F. Mabrouk, the director of the Egypt and Horn of Africa Programme at the Middle East Institute, joins CBS News with…

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Palestinians flee northern Gaza after Israeli evacuation order

Palestinians are fleeing to southern Gaza after the Israel Defense Forces ordered more than a million people to immediately evacuate. CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab has the latest. #news #israel #gaza CBS News Streaming…

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Inside Gaza’s humanitarian crisis as basic resources dwindle

More than a week after Hamas launched its bloody terror rampage in southern Israel, killing some 1,400 people and capturing almost 200 hostages, Israel was still preparing Monday for a widely expected ground offensive in…

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Biden holds national security meetings on Israel-Hamas war

President Biden postponed a Monday trip to Colorado in part to focus on national security meetings dealing with the Israel-Hamas war. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett has more. #news #biden #israel CBS News…

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