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by: LIAM STACK 2010-6-24
Of course, those personal relationships are no guarantee that the Egyptian reform movement --under ElBaradei or anyone else -- will find a warm reception in Washington..

by: Liam Stack 2008-7-8
Ahmed Maher says he was arrested and tortured by Egyptian authorities for starting a group on the popular social-networking site that was intended to support a nationwide strike ..

by: Liam Stack 2008-5-12
Spread across the top of this city’s crooked skyline like a field of mushrooms, satellite dishes absorb signals beamed from across the Arab world to send images of pop stars and politicians to the throngs of families living below...

by: Liam Stack 2008-4-8
Since Egypt became the first Arab state to make peace with Israel, the two nations have exchanged ambassadors, cooperated on security issues and greatly increased trade. Yet for many Egyptians, the war has migrated to the cultural arena, including boycotts of Israeli artists and criticism of actors who work with their Israeli counterparts. ..

by: Liam Stack 2008-3-26
Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood members waited under the hot spring sun on the Hikestep Army Base near Cairo on Tuesday to hear the verdict against 40 other influential members on trial for participating in the banned opposition movement...

by: Liam Stack 2008-3-25
Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood members waited under the hot spring sun on the Hikestep Army Base near Cairo on Tuesday to hear the verdict against 40 other influential members on trial for participating in the banned opposition movement..

by: Liam Stack 2007-12-21
The American University in Cairo is a neatly landscaped stronghold of Egypt’s ruling elite, the alma mater of the wife and children of the country’s autocratic and deeply unpopular president, Hosni Mubarak...

by: Liam Stack 2007-11-10
Ramsey Clark, the former attorney general of the United States, is visiting Cairo this week to denounce the military trial of Khayrat El Shater and 39 other leaders of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood...

by: Liam Stack 2007-9-9
The military trial of Muslim Brotherhood Deputy Chairman Khayrat El Shater and 39 others has been adjourned to Sunday, Sept. 9, after its tenth meeting on Tuesday devolved into an argument between the defense and the judge about the fate of money seized by police during the arrests of the defendants, according to Brotherhood sources...

by: Liam Stack 2007-9-5
A third detained member of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) has been admitted to the intensive care unit at Manial University Hospital after developing a serious heart condition in Tora prison, but prison officials have denied him access to treatment, the group said in a statement...

by: Liam Stack 2007-8-30
Muslim Brotherhood detainees Mohamed Hussein and Khayrat El Shater have both developed serious and possibly life-threatening illnesses in prison, according to Brotherhood sources and family members...

by: Liam Stack 2007-8-28
The military trial of Khayrat El Shater, deputy head of the Muslim Brotherhood, and 39 other members of the organization continues today amid concerns over both the legitimacy of the proceedings and the defendants’ health conditions...