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Rannie Amiri writes in Middle East Online that Hosni Mubarak’s decline in domestic legitimacy has been accompanied with an increase in the autocrat’s paranoia
Sunday, April 26,2009 23:30

Rannie Amiri writes in Middle East Online that Hosni Mubarak’s decline in domestic legitimacy has been accompanied with an increase in the autocrat’s paranoia. It reached new heights this week when the state sponsored Al-Ahram released a list of actors conspiring to weaken the Egyptian state which included Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Qatar, Hezbollah, Hamas, Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah, Hamas chief Khaled Meshal, the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood Mahdi Akef, and the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera news network. Amiri writes that while Mubarak is “busy identifying enemies all around, [he] surely has not forgotten his greatest one: the Egyptian people”, who, as Amiri points out, believe that the Egyptian autocracy will not be defeated from outside, but from within.


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