Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt holds first election
EGYPT'S MUSLIM Brotherhood has held its first election in the movement's 83-year history, selecting three figures at the weekend to fill seats on its governing guidance bureau. The seats were vacated by officials who have taken posts in the movement's ...
Egypt's Islamists do not conform to any single Brotherhood
Egypt's Wafd party may quit pact with Islamists
Islamists and the future of Egypt
The Associated Press
Current climate of xenophobia has deep roots
Egypt's military rulers, who have borrowed a page from the former regime's playbook by calling dissidents foreign agents intent on destabilizing Egypt, have planted this kind of suspicion in activists. But the roots of paranoid xenophobia go back ...
Egypt Sufis plan mass rally to counter Salafist and Wahhabi muscle flexing
Negotiations underway over planned Tahrir iftar, protest
Editorial: Clearing the square
Hamas, Fatah Reach Agreement on Prisoner Exchange
Voice of America (blog)
Egypt's MENA news agency quoted Fatah Central Committee member Azzam al-Ahmad as saying the talks achieved tangible and clear results. The report said the two sides will meet again next month to discuss the formation of a government and an election ...
Hamas, Fatah bid to seal reconciliation in Cairo
Fatah, Hamas agree to release all political prisoners
Hamas delegation arrives in Egypt for Palestinian reconciliation talks
Sydney Morning Herald
Egypt should end spectacle of Mubarak's cage at trial
It was nearly 10 years ago, not long after 9-11, and I was in Egypt as part of a trip through the Muslim world. An Egyptian human rights advocate had tipped me to a trial of 94 Islamists who were accused of various acts of jihad, including reading ...
Analysis: Mubarak's trial is about the future of Egypt
Justice in Egypt
Seeking justice for despots
Local Boy Missing in Egypt
State Police in Franklin County are working with the US State Department to bring home a local boy who's missing in Egypt. Troopers say 11-year-old Khalil Mohamed Atteya of Guilford Township went on a trip to Egypt with his mother to visit his ...
Franklin County boy, 11, goes missing on family trip to Egypt
Hosni Mubarak: from president to ring tone
Globe and Mail
“Hosni Mubarak's not-guilty plea has been turned into a ring tone that's sweeping across Egypt,” reports Themarknews.com. “The few words uttered by the caged and bedridden former president at his murder and corruption trial have spawned at least two ...
Curtains Up for Arab Despots
trial is about future of Egypt
Lawyers form new legal team to represent martyrs families in Mubarak trial
Uproar in Egypt as US funnels aid to civil societies
A raucous debate is raging in Egypt over whether to accept some $200 million in US aid to build up long-suppressed civil society organizations. Some denounce Washington for “meddling” in internal Egyptian affairs by providing assistance to groups not ...
People power and the Arab spring
I think it's time for more enlightened reporting of the so-called revolution in Egypt (Report, 4 August). It's too simplistic to say, as many reports have suggested, that popular demonstrations removed President Mubarak from power and sent him to the ...
A Morton's Fork for Egypt's Generals
First female candidate
Egypt's First Female Presidential Candidate, Bothaina Kamel (video)
Egypt reserves slip, analysts see slowing outflows
Egypt's net foreign reserves slipped to US$25.71 billion in July but economists said there was a slowdown in the rate of the decline, which may now suggest the worst of the capital flight since Egypt's recent uprising was over. ...
RPT-UPDATE 1-Egypt reserves slip, analysts see slowing outflows