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The 4 Domestic Wars of Hosni Mubarak

(Published: 2006-06-18 05:24 AM)

Meeting of Muslim Nations Ends in Discord

(Published: 2005-11-13 04:25 AM)
MANAMA, Bahrain, Nov. 12 - A meeting of Muslim nations initiated by the Bush administration ended in discord on Saturday after objections by Egypt blocked a final declaration supporting democracy.

No turning back in Egypt

(Published: 2005-09-22 05:07 AM)
In a cafe on the bank of the Nile, Hisham Kassem, who runs a fiery new independent newspaper, explains that the old days of docility are over. The newspapers are running headlines denouncing Mubarak and his family that would have been unthinkable a year ago. "I'm sure he grits his teeth that we're out there criticizing him, but we can't turn back," Kassem says.

Egyptian elections flawed, but no turning back

(Published: 2005-09-09 08:34 PM)
Political groups see many opportunities after experiment with democracy

West Can Encourage Greater Democracy in the Arab World, Says Renowned Egyptian Human Rights Activist

(Published: 2005-06-25 04:42 AM)
Professor Ibrahim also acknowledged that the Muslim Brotherhood’s policies might be anti-Western. However, he argued that if the West and the United States in particular want to see democracy flourish in the Arab world, they will have to accept the consequences of that policy, whatever the outcome.

Rice to meet some Egypt reformers, not US critics

(Published: 2005-06-19 06:22 PM)
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will on Monday meet Egyptian reformers who welcome Washington's calls for Cairo to reform and will tell her to boost pressure for more political freedoms. But prominent opposition groups which also want political reform but reject U.S. involvement have not been invited to meet Rice during her official visit to Egypt.

Parties clash during Egyptian protests

(Published: 2005-05-27 08:03 AM)
"I hate him very much, I hate this government!" Kifiya member Nermine Abadi, 35, shouted over the din. "I want Mubarak to go away ... I want a revolution!"

Cairo court urged to quash one-year sentence passed on three journalists

(Published: 2005-04-19 12:05 AM)
Reporters Without Borders wrote to Cairo criminal court president Almohamady Qonsoah today calling on his court to quash the one-year prison sentence and heavy fines passed yesterday on three journalist with the independent daily al-Masry al-Youm. "In view of President Hosni Mubarak's promise to journalists in February 2004 to abolish prison sentences for 'publishing offences,' we appeal to the common sense of the Egyptian courts," the organization said.

Egypt braces for mounting political dissent

(Published: 2005-03-29 05:29 PM)
Opposition groups staging more demonstrations calling for civil liberties, freedom of expression. By Hassen Zenati - CAIRO

Letter from Cairo

(Published: 2005-03-06 02:08 AM)
Published in December 2004, this article provides some useful and interesting background material about Egypt.
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