Revolution sparks pride, hope for Egypt's future
"Welcome to the new Egypt," said a soldier when I pulled out my Texas driver's license. "Welcome to Tahrir." The amount of national pride and joy in Tahrir filled me with awe. The curbs in the square and the surrounding streets were painted the colors ...
Tahrir Square, Egypt's Newest Tourist Draw
Egypt: Year Zero
Protesters say Egypt military uses force on them
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Norbert Hirschhorn: Beware the anger of a patient people
I've been in Beirut for the past two months, surrounded by news of the incredible uprisings against dictators and kings in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Yemen, Morocco, Algeria and elsewhere in the region. ...
COMMENT: Pakistan and Egypt — anarchy or revolution? —Professor Basir Chand
Listening to the Revolution
Tunisians, Egyptians rally to help Libyans-UN
Former member rejects Muslim Brotherhood
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood in Kenya, says the organization is bad for Egypt's future. Why do you invite known liars on your show? This woman lied to the Dutch government about her entire life story to gain Dutch ...
Egypt's Youth Must Stand Their Ground Against Islamic Extremists
A Democrat's Triumphal Return to Cairo
Outlook for Egypt
Coptic Christian Immigrant in NYC Fears for Future of Family Back in Egypt
As a child in Egypt coming home from Sunday school, Khairy Gurgis remembers being taunted with verbal slurs, slapped or pelted with stones by Muslim kids. His crime: being a Christian. He also recalls vandals painting a big, ...
Egypt: bishops will not call for repeal of Islam as state religion
Muslims and Christians Working Together to Rebuild Egypt, per Cardinal
Egypt shouldn't trade 1 repression for another
Egypt urged to protect families of those killed in protests from intimidation
Amnesty International USA
As a state party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Egypt is obligated to provide victims of human rights violations with access to truth, justice, and adequate reparation, including but not limited to financial compensation ...
The Friday Podcast: The Difference Between Egypt And Libya
In Egypt, the military runs lots of different businesses — from bottled water to household appliances. The Egyptian people are the military's customers. So the military was following aa basic rule of business: Don't kill your customers. ...
Rebuilding Egypt: How companies can fill the vacuum of trust
And, in Egypt's case in particular, how can they contribute to the reconstruction process? While the region has suffered from significant economic distress, it has been relatively contained compared to the fallout of some corporate crises in emerging ...
Egypt Uprising: Middle East Revolt and the Future of Arab Democracy at WACRI ...
Fox News' Greg Palkot beaten in Egypt yearns to cover Libya
Fox News' Middle East correspondent Greg Palkot was severely beaten during the uprising in Egypt but has announced that after a hospital stay he is ready to resume his duties and return to work. Palkot works out of Fox's London bureau and he spoke with ...
CBS's Lara Logan is not just a victim
The Arab Turmoil and Palestinians
Council on Foreign Relations
The turmoil in the Arab world, particularly the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, has "excited" most Palestinians, says Rashid Khalidi, co-director of Columbia's Center for Palestine Studies. But the US-led negotiations for a two-state ...
The revolutionary rebellion in Egypt
The Arab Awakening is also good for Israel and the United States
Upheaval Jolts Israel and Raises New Worry
On the frontiers of two revolutions: Awlad Ali on Libya and Egypt
Salloum--Egypt's western frontier is home to 750000 Bedouins from the Awlad Ali tribe. While the neighboring Libyan east ceded to revolutionaries who overcame attacks from incumbent dictator Muammar al-Qadhafi, the tribesmen of Egypt hail the revolt, ...
Qadhafi's time is up