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by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2008-5-18
At 1:49 a.m. in an Internet cafe only then quieting after Cairo’s daily rumble, 27-year-old Ahmed Maher worked at a computer. He wore the same shirt he had had on for two days...

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2008-5-18
Facebook activist Ahmed Maher set one condition for our request to follow him as he went underground to plan a national protest against Egypt’s government. ..

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2008-1-17
President Bush on Wednesday ended a Middle East tour that political activists saw as lacking the strong calls for democratization made earlier in his administration, disappointing those once encouraged by the statements of American leaders. In Egypt and elsewhere, people are growing more concerned with food than with rights...

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2007-11-29
Voters rebuked Islamic politicians in parliamentary elections in Jordan last week, following poor showings by Islamic-oriented political blocs in Egypt and Morocco over the past six months. ..

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2007-11-27
Voters rebuked Islamic politicians in parliamentary elections in Jordan last week, following poor showings by Islamic-oriented political blocs in Egypt and Morocco over the past six months. ..

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2007-10-26
Egypt’s military has picked the country’s rulers for more than half a century. Nasser, Sadat and Hosni Mubarak came from the officer corps, whose endorsement is still seen as essential for whoever wishes to be president. ..

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2007-10-21
Tall and gangly, the man on stage in khakis and shirtsleeves spoke woodenly despite the energy and friendliness evident in his audience of well-off Egyptian college students and recent graduates...

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2007-10-1
Brotherhood leaders and rights groups contend the government is clearing the stage of opponents in politics, civil society and the news media ahead of the end of the 26-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak, who is 79. Egyptians widely expect the transition to be tense and that Mubarak’s son Gamal will be a top contender...

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2007-9-7
Moderate Muslims Predict Big Gains in Today’s Vote, New Role in Government..

by: Ellen Knickmeyer 2007-8-28
Abdullah Gul, a devout Muslim with roots in political Islam, won parliamentary election Tuesday as Turkey’s president in defiance of the country’s secular generals...