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2011-8-28
The sound of the revolution starts ominously, a long, dreadful note rising before the lyrics begin. "Today I speak fearlessly on behalf of the people / crushed by the weight of injustice / Mr President / Your people are dead / People eat garbage / Look at what is happening in your own country!"..

2010-11-5
Helen of Troy launched a thousand ships, and of course, a war. The recent acrimony surrounding the disputed conversions of two Coptic women in Egypt is not the stuff of myth but threatens a real and senseless violence...

by: Frederick Deknatel 2010-9-17
During the Second World War, Sayyid Qutb commuted to his government job in central Cairo on a train that ran north from his home in the suburb of Helwan...

by: Jonathan Cook 2010-7-19
The female soldiers, located far away in an operations room, are responsible for aiming and firing remote-controlled machine-guns mounted on watch-towers every few hundred metres along an electronic fence that surrounds Gaza...

by: Matt Bradley, Foreign Correspondent 2010-7-2
The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s powerful Islamist opposition movement, will launch its own version of the hugely popular social networking website Facebook within the next several months, its members say...

by: Matt Bradley 2010-5-9
Over the past 10 years, conditions in Egypt’s notorious jails have been steadily improving, said Abdel Moneim Abdel Maqsoud, a lawyer for the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist political organisation...

2010-4-14
The parliamentary representatives from the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest opposition political group, are a brotherhood in the strictest sense...

by: Issandr El Amrani 2010-2-26
The genius of Mubarakism is that it remains anti-political...

2010-2-20
The former UN atomic energy chief, Mohamed ElBaradei, was greeted in Cairo airport last night by hundreds of boisterous supporters who chanted pro-reform slogans and called for him to run for president...

by: Nadia abou el-Magd, Foreign Correspondent 2010-2-11
The lawyer for senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood arrested on Monday has described the dawn raids as a pre-emptive strike against the Islamist group ahead of upcoming elections...

by: Amr Hamzawy 2010-1-21
Not long ago the Muslim Brotherhood was the most dynamic opposition force in Egypt. Now, excluded from any meaningful political participation and riven by internal conflict, it is practically indistinguishable from the country’s other opposition parties...

2009-12-29
One year after Israel’s offensive in Gaza, the Egyptian government is still defending its policies surrounding the devastating three-week campaign as it pushes ahead with the construction of a steel wall between itself and its impoverished neighbour...

2009-12-26
Osama bin Laden and Barack Obama are the two men who are the symbolic bookends of the 2000s: bin Laden, the man who masterminded the attacks on the World Trade Centre in 2001,..

2009-12-8
At least eight people were reported to have died and dozens missing after two passenger ferries collided on Friday evening on the Nile river...

by: Matt Bradley 2009-12-2
University student union elections held this month were marred by security measures aimed at excluding independent candidates from student governments, an Egyptian group that supports political freedoms reported...

by: Amr Hamzawy 2009-12-2
Political opposition in Egypt has been stirred by a recent campaign against Gamal Mubarak, the son of the president Hosni Mubarak, becoming Egypt’s new president in 2011...

by: Nadia Abou el Magd, Foreign Correspondent 2009-12-1
CAIRO // The topic may be the stairs outside the journalists syndicate’s headquarters in Cairo, a kind of Hyde Park for Egyptians, where protesters and activists have gathered to air political,..

by: Nadia Abou el Magd 2009-11-17
Mohammed Mahdi Akef, the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, has said he could stay on in his position after his six-year term expires in January, as his banned political party goes through a period of turbulence...

by: Sultan Al Qassemi 2009-11-15
To his supporters he is a voice of reform in a stagnant country. To his detractors he represents the ruling elite responsible for the stagnation of the Arab world’s most populous nation. However one looks at it, there is no denying that Gamal Mubarak is a powerful force in the National Democratic Party that has been in control in Egypt for three decades...

by: Nadia abou el Magd, Foreign Correspondent 2009-11-15
After more than three years in an Egyptian prison, the opposition leader Ayman Nour could be forgiven for taking a step back from the political spotlight. But nine months since his release, on the ground of poor health, he has been fighting battles on several fronts against political opponents and a government he believes is trying to stamp out his political ambitions...

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