Egyptians Rally for Blogger Jailed for Defying Military Prosecutor
New York Times (blog)
Mr. Fattah's article for the Egyptian newspaper also described what he witnessed at the protest, and at a Coptic hospital where the wounded and dead were taken after it. He referred pointedly to the soldiers now ruling Egypt as “Mubarak's military. ...
Egyptian revolutionary Alaa Abd El Fattah arrested by junta
It's Trending Egypt: A letter from Egypt's freedom fighters #FreeAlaa #MaikelNabil
Anger grows over Egyptian blogger's arrest
Islamist Win in Tunisia Sparks Worry About Egypt: Noe & Raad
Still, concerns were high that more conservative Islamists would do well in parliamentary elections in Egypt, to be held in three rounds starting in November. In the Egyptian daily Al-Masri al-Youm, columnist Dr. Amro az-Zanat wrote: In Tunisia, ...
Armies and civilians in the Arab Spring
Islamists' Victory in Tunisia a Win for Democracy: Noah Feldman
Why Islamists Are Winning
History haunts Egypt's revolution
Unlike Libya, where the removal of the brutal Gaddafi regime is complete, Egypt has so far managed only to get rid of the Mubaraks and a few around them. The regime itself, with the army and the security apparatus at the centre, remains largely intact. ...
Egypt Postpones Mubarak Trial to December
Trial of Egypt's ousted leader Hosni Mubarak postponed until Dec. 28
Happy #Tantawibirthday to Egypt's military ruler
Hurriyet Daily News
Freedom on the march, Egypt edition
Christian Science Monitor
A light sentence for the police killers of Khaled Said, another torture death in detention, and a prominent and blogger and activist arrested, all in the new Egypt. By Dan Murphy, Staff writer / October 31, 2011 It's been a bad week for Egypt's ...
Egyptian jailed over Coptic clashes
Egypt Military in Crackdown Against Dissidents
Egypt's military council detains high-profile blogger
Egypt suspends sentences of Israel embassy rioters
The Daily Star
CAIRO: An Egyptian military court Monday gave six-month suspended sentences to 73 people for their involvement in a September attack that damaged an office of the Israeli embassy in Cairo, prompting the ambassador and his family to temporarily leave ...
Military court hands down six-month suspended sentences to 8 Israeli embassy ...
Egypt Government Set for Showdown on Foreign Loans: Arab Credit
Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Egyptian government officials are campaigning to overcome public opposition to foreign loans as they seek to reduce the highest borrowing costs since 2008. It won't be easy. ...
Egypt says IMF options open, has not asked for funds
Los Angeles Times
In Cairo, a war against weight is underway
Los Angeles Times
Egyptian women are among the most overweight in the world, but some in the capital are fighting back with diet, exercise and drugs. Fast food and lack of exercise are key factors in Egypt's obesity problem. Low-income nations such as Egypt face a ...
Egyptian Billionaire Looking To Reinvest In Telecom
Just when it looked like Egyptian telecom tycoon Naguib Sawiris was retreating from the business world to devote himself to politics with his Free Egyptians Party, he's back in the news with reports that he's interested in acquiring France Telecom's ...
New Egypt's rocky road
Egypt's Sawiris in talks to finance Orange Switzerland bid
Orascom Telecom seeks partners for Orange Switzerland bid (Europe, Egypt)
Family Security Matters
Egyptian Writer Dr. Essam Abdallah Exposes the Influence of the Muslim ...
Dr. Abdallah also points out that, at the same time, the visit of Maronite Patriarch (the Maronites are an Eastern rite Catholic Church) Rahi to Washington was canceled while Coptic Christian churches are being destroyed in Egypt, and "Coptic ...
Where are the Muslim Brotherhood and the Obama Administration Taking America?
Egypt elections: Those who cannot vote
Under Egypt's laws, political prisoners can be lumped in with criminal record holders who are barred from voting. As Egypt prepares to begin what activists hope will be a new era in democracy - which promises to be as confusing as it is monumental ...