Los Angeles Times
In UN speech, Egypt's Morsi rejects broad free speech rights
Los Angeles Times
UNITED NATIONS — Egypt's recently elected President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday rejected President Obama's view of free speech rights and made plain his ambition to seize greater influence for the Arab world's most populous country. Morsi, in his ...
At UN, Egypt and Yemen Urge Curbs on Free Speech
Egypt's Morsi assumes major role in Mideast
Egypt's President Calls for Action on Syria
Egypt's Mursi says opposes foreign intervention in Syria
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Egypt opposes foreign military intervention to stop the civil war in Syria and prefers an inclusive, negotiated settlement, Egypt's new Islamist president, Mohamed Mursi, said on Wednesday. "Egypt is committed to pursue the ...
Mursi - an Astute Politician
Egyptian Salafist party shows flexibility on IMF loan
Egypt newspaper chooses cartoons, not violence, as response to perceived ...
In Egypt, protesters breached the U.S. Embassy. Last week, the provocative French magazine Charlie Hebdo published a set of crude cartoons playing off the film and ridiculing the violent reaction to it. President Barack Obama and other Western ...
Egypt newspaper fights cartoons with cartoons
Islamic investment bank in Egypt wants to buy brokerage
Despite Egypt's current economic troubles, prospects for Islamic finance in the country appear to have improved with last year's ousting of Hosni Mubarak's regime and the election in June this year of President Mohamed Mursi, the candidate of the ...
Egypt prosecutors refer to trial radical Islamist who tore the Bible over anti ...
Egypt refers man who tore Bible to trial
Interviewing Egypt's Islamist President: Answers to Reader Questions
New York Times (blog)
But the same Brotherhood leaders also sometimes say that they believe the people who craft Egypt's public policy should have expertise in a practical field — economics, or transportation, for example — but also in Islamic law. And Mr. Morsi says he ...
Egypt's Morsi assures Clinton embassy protection "Egypt's duty" in fence ...
Egypt buys 300000 tons French, Romanian wheat
Egypt, the world's largest wheat importer, has bought 300,000 tons of French and Romanian wheat for 1-10 December shipment on a free on board bases, the main government wheat buyer said on Wednesday. Nomani Nomani, Vice Chairman of the General ...
Wall Street Journal
Alarm Raised Over Egypt Constitution
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—The troubled process of drafting Egypt's postrevolutionary constitution has turned rancorous, as secular-minded politicians and intellectuals forcefully object to what they call hard-line Islamists' efforts to use the document to impose Islamic law.
COD professor travels to Egypt for research
When protesters scaled the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Sept. 11, tearing down the American flag, a College of DuPage professor was not far from the scene. Carol Riphenburg, a professor of political science at the Glen Ellyn school, has been ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood: Perception and Reality
Huffington Post (blog)
Those who draw hasty conclusions that an Egypt led by the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) will soon become an Islamic state fashioned after Saudi Arabia or the oppressive regime in Iran neither appreciates Egypt's uniqueness nor its storied history. It is one ...
Egypt's Gaza Policy: Time for Change is Now
Egypt to announce oil bid round results by mid-Oct
CAIRO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The results of an oil and gas bid round launched in September 2011 by state-owned Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) will be announced by mid-October, the petroleum minister said on Wednesday. An official ...