Posts Tagged ‘President Mubarak’

#Jan25 #Egypt Speeches Compared; #Mubarak, #AhmedShafik, #OmarSoliman, and #Ghonim

#Jan25 #Egypt Speeches Compared; #Mubarak, #AhmedShafik, #OmarSoliman, and #Ghonim

His interview yesterday upon his release was amazing! His simple true genuine words mobilized the protesters again! He breathed life into the souls of those who almost gave up. His tears and apologies to the families of the martyrs were... (Continue reading)

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#25Jan #Egypt Marwa Rakha on the Nicole Sandler Show

#25Jan #Egypt Marwa Rakha on the Nicole Sandler Show

Marwa Rakha on the Nicole Sandler Show on RADIO OR NOT ... (Continue reading)

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#Jan25 #Egypt The Egyptian Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

I have enjoyed monitoring and listing the counter attack games of the fallen - falling - Egyptian Regime against pro-democracy protesters; here are the tactics they have deployed so far:... (Continue reading)

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#Jan25 #Egypt Where are the pro-Mubarak demonstrators coming from?

I am not talking about thugs! I am not talking about those who invaded Tahrir square on camels and horsebacks! I am talking about your everyday Egyptians who were chanting pro-Mubarak slogans In Mohandeseen and Tahrir!... (Continue reading)

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#Jan25 #Egypt President Mubarak’s Speech – 1 February 2011

#Jan25 #Egypt President Mubarak's Speech - 1 February 2011

I have to admit that the speech is very well written; it has a strong emotional appeal yet at the same time preserves the image of a toppled president holding on to his dignity. But upon examining it closely -... (Continue reading)

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Youssef Shaaban: Gagging of Freedom of Speech

Youssef Shaaban: Gagging of Freedom of Speech

Youssef Shaaban: Gagging of Freedom of Speech! Youssef Shaaban: A Breech in Human Rights! Youssef Shaaban: Egypt's New Police Brutality Victim!... (Continue reading)

Egypt is Sinking! Thinking! Sinking!

Egypt is Sinking! Thinking! Sinking!

The Economist has published a special report on Egypt and her future after President Mubarak who has now being recognized as the 21st century sick man of the Middle East.... (Continue reading)

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Egypt: And the First Arabic Domain goes to … President Mubarak

Egyptian President, Mohamed Hosni Mubarak registered the first Arabic domain in Egypt:مبارك.مصر ... (Continue reading)

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Egypt: Ask and ElBaradei Will Answer

In the Presidential succession race, and after Gamal Mubarak's Sharek Initiative, Ayman Nour's Facebook activism, Omar Soliman's blog, now you can Ask ElBaradei. From May 17 to 26, you will be able to ask Dr ElBaradei through Google moderator any... (Continue reading)

Egypt: No Longer Jewel of the Nile

Four of the seven upstream Nile Basin Initiative countries have decided to sign a new Nile deal. Despite strong Egyptian and Sudanese opposition, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Ethiopia signed a new water-sharing agreement. The other three countries, Kenya, Burundi and... (Continue reading)

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Egypt: Excellent Cat Meows for President Mubarak

Mo-ha-med posted a note about Mumtaz El Qott's article where he mentioned that Egyptians want to get visas to Germany to wish President Mubarak a speedy recovery after his surgery.... (Continue reading)

Egypt: President Mubarak and the Egyptian Dignity

In the aftermath of the Egypt-Algeria match in Sudan, Egyptian football fans demonstrated in Zamalek in front of the Algerian embassy in Cairo on Thursday night and on Friday afternoon. The President's eldest son, Alaa Mubarak, instigated the riots live... (Continue reading)

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Egypt: Alaa Mubarak for President?

Today Egyptians want Alaa Mubarak - Hosni Mubarak's eldest son - for president!... (Continue reading)

Egypt: The top 10 most influential people

Blogger Ahmed Shokeir conducted a survey to find out the 10 most influential people in Egypt after he was surprised to find out that Gamal Mubarak, son of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak -- who is expected to succeed his father... (Continue reading)

Egypt: Mounir Said Hanna found guilty of “Satire”

Egyptian Mounir Said Hanna Marzuq has been found guilty of "satire" after a colleague reported him and his poem to the authorities. He has been sentenced to three years and was fined L.E. 100,000 for insulting president Hosni Mubarak.... (Continue reading)

Egypt: A New Presidential Candidate in the Making

In September 2005 Ayman Nour of Al Ghad Party and No'man Goma'a of New Wafd Partynominated themselves against President Hosni Mubarak. Nour was charged with fraud and Goma'a was accused of insanity! Since 2000, Gamal Hosni Mubarak has the... (Continue reading)

Egyptians on the verge of insanity

Stuck between a rock and a hard place, Egyptians are struggling to maintain their sanity, faith, and stability. Marwa Rakha presents the following selection from Egyptian blogs which discuss dreams, suicide, unemployment and the gruesome murder of a woman and... (Continue reading)

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Egyptian Bloggers and Journalists in the Hot Seat

Egyptian blogger, Zeinobia wrote a series of posts about bloggers and journalists who are either behind bars, sued, or fined. Marwa Rakha takes a closer look at the situation in Egypt concerning bloggers and journalists. ... (Continue reading)

An Egyptian Blogger’s take on Robert Fisk’s Piece

Perwin Ali's take on Robert Fisk's piece for The Independent: The Rotten State of Egypt is too Powerless and Corrupt to Act. The Egyptian blogger wrote: ... (Continue reading)

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Egyptian President Mubarak is not among the world’s top 10 dictators

Turns out that there is a list for the world's worst dictators and this year President Mubarak is not in the top ten.... (Continue reading)

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The Middle East’s Generation Facebook

What will the Middle East look like 25 years from now? That was the assignment the World Policy Journal gave Mona El Tahawy for their 25th anniversary edition. Mona decided to have some fun and imagine. This is what she... (Continue reading)