Egypt fears Muslim Brotherhood reviving 'huge' international network; Egyptian intel working through envoys with Hamas in West Bank; Broad Germany-Lebanon security pact includes intelligence, training

July 2009
Geo-Strategy Direct;7/8/2009, p6
The article offers news updates in the Middle East. It states that the Muslim Brotherhood has attempted to recover control over the networks of Islamists throughout the Arab world. According to Palestinian sources, the diplomats in Egypt has been in touch with the Hamas military operatives in the cities of West Bank. It mentions that Germany and Lebanon signed an agreement on the promise of Germany to offer training and intelligence to Lebanon in the conflict against rebels like the Al Qaida.


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