Egyptian to hold 'million man protest' against peace accord with Israel
By Zvi Bar'el Tags: Egypt Arab Spring Who and how many will take part in today's million-man demonstration in Tahrir Square? It is not expected to be one of the routine demonstrations that have shaken Egypt since January. This time, Tahrir Square will ...
Egypt and Israel: Troubled Peace
Israel moves to ease strains with Egypt
Egypt and Israel
Arab World: Is Bashar next?
Those hoping Syria's president will follow shortly in the steps of leaders of Libya, Egypt and Tunisia are likely to be disappointed. The apparently imminent eclipse of the Gaddafi regime in Libya has re-ignited hope among some ...
Revolution is proving contagious - but the tyrants are not beaten yet
Tracking Assets in the Arab Spring
Jihad al-Khazen: The Arab spring has stumbled
Steinitz doesn't say 'I told you so' on Egypt
Finance Minster downplays his years of intense criticism of Egypt and calls for calming the situation with Israel's southern neighbor. Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz was known for years as a “prophet of doom” regarding Israel's ...
WikiLeaks: Lieberman wanted Egypt to give land to Gaza
Ramadan differs in Egypt after unrest
25 (Xinhua) -- Remarkable decrease of banquets and tents witnessed a different holy Ramadan in Egypt this year. Khamis Ahmed, a 50-year-old lawyer, complained about the high prices of food commodities while intermittent work made his income irregular. ...
Ramadan in Egypt
Central Bank Of Egypt Holds Interest Rate At 8.25%
By CentralBankNews on August 25, 2011 | More Posts By CentralBankNews | Author's Website The Central Bank of Egypt held its overnight deposit rate unchanged at 8.25%, and the overnight lending rate at 9.75%, while also holding the discount rate at ...
Egypt Holds Key Rate at Lowest Level Since 2006 to Help Growth
Egypt's interest rate likely to remain unchanged
Egypt keeps rates on hold, inflation still a concern
EGYPT: Rights' advocates accuse military of orchestrating smear campaign
Los Angeles Times (blog)
Advocates like Ahmed Ragheb of the Hisham Mubarak Law Centre believe that the active presence of rights associations is needed to monitor SCAF until Egypt holds presidential and parliamentary elections. “It's either we turn a blind eye to any ...
Time for the U.S. to use its influence in Egypt
Egypt still haunted by Pharaoh's shadow
Egypt rights groups complain of official 'crackdown'
Barak nixed proposal to launch preemptive strike ahead of Negev terror attack
Barak last week decided not to authorize a preemptive strike before the terrorist attack on the Egyptian border, a senior official in Jerusalem said. Barak feared that the move would spark a serious ...
Egypt's Reluctant Rulers
Libya rebel council to seek UN help to rebuild army
Fault Lines in Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
Delivering his acceptance speech, according to Habib, Badie referred affectionately to Egypt's then-dictator Hosni Mubarak as “the father of Egypt,” and he implied the Brotherhood would accept a dynastic transfer of power to Mubarak's son Gamal. ...
Muslim Brootherhood wants to ban bikinis and alcohol in Egypt
Egypt's Brotherhood Declares War on the Bikini
International travel agencies reject Brotherhood statements on tourism
Egypt Misses 1-Year T-Bill Goal for 3rd Week as Yields Rise
Egypt missed its fund-raising target for one-year treasury bills for the third week as the average yield on the securities rose to the highest level in almost three years. The Arab country raised 1.4 ...
Egypt reduces size of T-bill sale: ministry
Military council fails to defuse mounting tales of torture in Egypt
Soldiers arrive one mid-afternoon to break off a peaceful gathering in Tahrir Square. Days later, several young people recount scary ordeals and horror stories they claim they endured. Amr, for example, a young Egyptian man who works in the TV and ...
Democracy 101 for Egypt