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Ayman Nour not being released yet...
More from AFP... Earlier: Ayman Nour’s wife blasts the US for abandoning democr
Friday, May 25,2007 00:00
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More from AFP... Earlier: Ayman Nour’s wife blasts the US for abandoning democracy...

Repentant Jihad extremists released from jail...

Going deeper into the labor strikes issue...

All about brotherhood? More brotherhood arrests... Pravda says 45... Muslim brotherhood contemplates a new slogan... Lower court’s rare decision to prohibit a military trial of 40 Muslim Brotherhood members has just been overruled..  Earlier: court rules against military trial... More from AFP... Two Muslim Brotherhood lawmakers stripped of their immunity... More from Reuters... Brotherhood blogger’s detention ordered extended by 15 days... Earlier:  Police arrested two lawmakers and at least 10 other members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group for holding a secret meeting... Latest Brotherhood military trial news... More from Reuters... and Pravda...  New Statesman lends its support to the detained brotherhood blogger... Human rights group urges Egypt to free Muslim brotherhood blogger... Earlier: Brotherhood blogger detained, as are 15 more students... Meanwhile, brotherhood to field 20 candidates for Shura elections... Expectations that they will be banned. Plus, Just a casual chat? Newsweek interprets the controversial US-Muslim Brotherhood "meeting"... A top U.S. Democratic congressman said he did not have "personal meetings" with a member of the Muslim Brotherhood during a recent official trip... More from AP... Earlier: Interesting moves... Boston Globe op-ed urges Washington to deal with the brotherhood... Meanwhile, Mubarak asks parliament for law providing appeals options on military trials... Plus, latest round of brotherhood detentions...

Shura elections set for June...

Speculation won’t stop... Gamal Mubarak denies wanting to be president in an interview on Orbit TV... More wedding commentary from The Guardian... AP appears sympathetic to the Mubarak family’s denials of Gamal wanting to be president. Earlier: Significant ceremony... The first part of Gamal Mubarak’s wedding covered by AFP... Plus, Gulf News collects a lot of commentary... Earlier: AP story on Gamal Mubarak’s wedding talks politics... Daily Star critical of opposition attention to the matter... Arabic papers concentrating on NDP official who tells the news agency that "In the past year, debate within the party has moved beyond whether Gamal should succeed his father to how best to carry it out, said a party official close to the president’s son. The official agreed to discuss the party’s inner workings only if not quoted by name."

How the public transport workers strike ended... Plus photos of the strikes... Earlier: Why strikes are getting serious: blogger Arabawy’s account of a sudden transport workers’ strike in Nasr City... Closure of workers’ rights group attracts attention...  Labor disputes taking on a new dimension...

Judges protest increasing working age to 70...

Calm for now? Deal ends simmering Sinai Bedouin sit-in... Much more from AP...Earlier: Tensions with Sinai Bedouins inspire some to try and head for Israel...  Reuters: "Sinai villagers burn tyres after deaths in chase..."

Egypt offended about Amnesty’s human rights report... More from BBC...

Robert Fisk is impressed by a conversation with Heikal...

Authorities arrested a lawyer on charges of belonging to a militant Islamist group

Shadid’s two-part Post piece covers Kifaya’s rise and fall... Bitter Thursday... The protest that wasn’t -- Kifaya’s anti-constitutional amendment demo broken up, scores arrested, then released... Earlier: 35 arrested? Info trickles in on Thursday’s demo...

Insightful blogger: "Mubarak’s regime picked the most risky successor possible and planned to install him using the riskiest method possible..."  Plus, a visiting British professor tries to tackle the same subject in the Guardian... And: a theoretical look at Egypt and democracy: "Condi’s rock’n’roll approach has been and gone. Let’s try Benita’s slow waltz..."


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