“The night I was evicted from my home and my land was the worst night of my life. I will never forget it,” says Abu Solaiman, one of many Coptic Christian victims of […]
About Hisham AllamHisham Allam is a coordinator and reporter/researcher for HSI in the Middle East and North Africa, based in Egypt. Allam has won numerous investigative reporting awards and is a controversial writer, producer, blogger and popular columnist.
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The relationship between Hamas and Egypt has continued to deteriorate since an Egyptian court in essence outlawed the militant organization last month, increasing pressure on the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. Hisham Allam In early […]
Sinai extremists are said to be developing a dangerous arsenal from explosives they smuggle in from Sudan and Gaza, manufacture locally or derive from old landmines. Hisham Allam and Abdelwahab Eliwa The village […]
INTERVIEW: Jordanian militant Islamist Abu Sayaf calls Egypt’s armed forces chief, Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, an “apostate” and says jihad in Syria will continue even if the Assad regime is ousted. Hisham Allam “Realities differ,” says […]
“The impact of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is stronger than that of Osama bin Laden,” says the Jordanian researcher Hassan Abu Hanieh. Hisham Allam and Øyvind Strømmen A militant Salafi Muslim leader known as […]