That was the week that was. In Egypt last Monday, the new (and democratically-elected) government of the Muslim Brotherhood had to put three major cities under curfew after a weekend of rioting and deaths. One seasoned Egyptian diplomat commented that the country was on the brink of collapse.
Last Tuesday, as French troops finally captured Timbuktu from what the western media term the "jihadi extremists", British prime minister David Cameron was flying into Algeria to...
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