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2010-11-12
An unprecedented number of female candidates is running for parliamentary elections later this month following the passage of a new law that guarantees a certain percentage of seats to women...

2010-9-13
Egyptian opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei has called for a boycott of parliamentary elections unless President Hosni Mubarak's government makes reforms. That would be a mistake...

by: Amro Hassan 2010-9-1
Egyptian political activists are furious at fellow democracy and human rights campaigner Saad Eddin Ibrahim after the sociologist signed a petition urging President Hosni Mubarak's son, Gamal, to run in the 2011 elections...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2010-8-25
Worries over the president, a U.S. ally who has battled Islamic extremism and kept peace with Israel, have risen and ebbed. The recent tension began when he traveled to Germany and underwent surgery...

2010-1-9
Hedy Epstein is what some might see as a contradiction in terms: a survivor of the Holocaust and also a staunch advocate for the Palestinian people...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2009-11-2
Reporting from Cairo - He doesn't seem a radical or a troublemaker, but to the Egyptian government, Abdel Fattah Rizk, a surgeon with a graying mustache and hands pink from scrubbing, is a man to be watched...

2009-10-14
Egypt President Hosni Mubarak and Saudi Arabia King Abdullah, both in their 80s, have long played leading Mideast roles. Some worry that successors will complicate relationships...

by: LATimes 2009-10-5
The Swiss-born thinker, who was denied a visa to teach in the U.S., says he is a reformist interested in a 'post-integration discourse' to explore the ways Muslims in the West can contribute...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2009-4-29
Mohamed Abdel Aziz’s Facebook group that opposes Mubarak’s rule has drawn 76,000 followers. Though its calls for nationwide strikes have flopped, he remains determined..

by: Gideon Lewis-Kraus 2009-4-27
The author contends that the conflict between the Arabic world and the West can be solved only by addressing finite, rather than rhetorical, issues...

by: Ben Ehrenreich 2009-3-18
It’s hard to imagine now, but in 1944, six years after Kristallnacht, Lessing J. Rosenwald, president of the American Council for Judaism, felt comfortable equating the Zionist ideal of Jewish statehood with "the concept of a racial state -- the Hitlerian concept." For most of the last century, a principled opposition to Zionism was a mainstream stance within American Judaism..

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-11-16
Despising America has long been a Middle East pastime, but then the country that brought war to Iraq and orange-suited prisoners to Guantanamo Bay elected a Facebook-friendly president who speaks in poems...

by: Noha El-Hennawy 2008-11-10
most 20 ago, Dr. Raouf Arabi flew from his home in Egypt to Saudi Arabia for a job in the world’s richest oil country. It never occured to him that he might end up whipped and in jail...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-9-20
His fingers tapping like a tiny army over laptop keys, Waleed Korayem, a university student who quotes Einstein and Voltaire, skims the Internet in a noisy cafe and opens his Facebook group, the one that drives Islamists into fits of rage: Yeah, We Are Seculars and We Are Proud. ..

by: Noha El-Hennawy 2008-5-25
In less than 10 days, Egypt’s 27-year-old state of emergency, which gives the police absolute authority to arrest and detain, is expected to expire. ..

by: Borzou Daragahi 2008-5-19
The smell of freshly baked bread calms the room filled with women in frayed cloaks and worn slippers. Grateful for the assistance, they walk out of a Muslim Brotherhood social service center into the trash-strewn alley, clutching plastic bags packed with flat bread loaves...

by: George E. Bisharat 2008-5-14
George E. Bisharat says the former president assumed the pragmatist role that the Bush administration refuses to play. Judea Pearl sees wishful thinking behind Carter’s actions, as well as a willingness to accept terrorism as a legitimate tactic...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-5-14
Labor groups have found support among Egyptians angry over rising food prices, low salaries, political repression and a government that often appears detached from its people...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-5-6
A slight man in a brown suit, whose smooth face belies his 88 years, can slide one from shelves of thousands, brush its cover and tell you a story, whether it be about jihad, St. Francis of Assisi or the labor movement of the 1930s...

2008-4-22
Try as it might, the U.S. has apparently failed again to convince its Arab allies in the Persian Gulf to promise to step in with their cash and credibility in support of the fledgling, Shiite-led Iraqi government...

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