Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Reverses Political Tactics
Voice of America
April 03, 2012 Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Reverses Political Tactics Elizabeth Arrott | Cairo The decision by Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to field a presidential candidate marks the latest reversal in the group's tactics during the nation's political ...
Egypt liberals spurn Islamist offer, threaten protest
Muslim Brotherhood officials aim to promote moderate image in Washington visit
Muslim Brotherhood shocks Egypt with presidential run
'Breathtaking' mummy coffin covers seized in Israel
Clara Amit/Israel Antiquities Two decorated covers of coffins that once contained mummies have been seized by Israeli authorities, authenticated and dated to thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt -- highlighting a seemingly vast black market for ...
Israel Seizes Sarcophagus Lids Stolen From Egypt
Illegal exodus: Israel authorities seize remains of ancient Egypt coffin
Exodus From Egypt
Wall Street Journal
Politics Stall Vital Egypt Loan
Wall Street Journal
By MATT BRADLEY CAIRO—Negotiations for a crucial International Monetary Fund loan that could rescue Egypt's slumping economy have become a political weapon in the power struggle between Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and its interim ruling military regime.
Egypt's search for its identity
Egypt: US State Department Daily Press Briefing: Egypt
Building A Green Egypt - What Has To Happen
Tanker with Syrian oil passes through Egypt's Suez
CAIRO, April 3 (Reuters) - The MT Tour, a tanker identified by the United States as owned by a sanctions-evading company set up by Iran, passed through Egypt's Suez Canal on Tuesday. The ship, owned by ISIM Tour Ltd, had been held up by Egyptian ...
Egypt economy precarious
Egyptian army jails officer who joined protests
CAIRO, April 4 (Reuters) - A military officer who joined popular protests against Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak and military rule last year has been sentenced by a military court to six years in prison, an army judicial source told Reuters on ...
Egypt accepts Spain's conditions for tycoon's handover
Egypt military jails dissident officer for six years
Egyptian Entrepreneurs Hope Technology, Google Funding, Will Spur Economy
Voice of America
April 03, 2012 Egyptian Entrepreneurs Hope Technology, Google Funding, Will Spur Economy Noel King | Cairo The Egyptian revolution sent the country's economy into a tailspin. Egypt was already plagued by high unemployment, particularly among those ...
Slaves or Slave Masters in Egypt?
An extraordinary comment in the Jerusalem Talmud overturns our self-image as “slaves in Egypt” and reminds us that in Egypt, we might have been slave-masters too. It suggests that Passover commemorates not only the time when we became a free people, ...
Passover Traditions Reflect Ethnic, Regional Customs
Passover Haggadah: Fact Or Fiction?
Matzah for Passover
Egyptian Stocks: Talaat Moustafa Group, National Co. for Maize
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) fell 1 percent to 4907.36, the lowest level since Feb. 12, at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names.
Egypt benchmark slips 1% on loan delay
Profits drop 34 percent at Egyptian cable firm Sewedy
Market Report: Egypt major stocks up 0.2 pct on commercial bank rumours
Israel seizes sarcophagus lids stolen from Egypt
JERUSALEM (AP) -- The Israel Antiquities Authority says inspectors have seized two stolen Egyptian sarcophagus covers at a bazaar in Jerusalem's Old city. The two plaster-covered wooden lids had been sawed in two, causing irreparable damage.
Middle East Online
Twice-exiled former Ottoman princess dies
FILE - Oct. 17, 2006 file photo of Neslisah Osmanoglu, an Ottoman princess who married an Egyptian prince and was twice forced into exile when both royal households were abolished, has died in Istanbul on Monday, April 2, 2012. The princess, 91,was the ...
Last princess of Egypt dies
Last of Ottomans: Neslisah Sultan dies at age of 91