World Jewish Congress
Egypt's Jews and the Brotherhood's surprise offer
They point out the many Jews who rose to the top, including famed singer Leila Mourad or Joseph Cattaoui, who was finance minister to King Fuad; Al Ahram Weekly waxes lyrical at the 988,000 Jews who lived in Egypt before the war – never mind the fact ...
Abbas Claims Jews Were Not Expelled From Egypt
Commentary: Al-Erian's Jewish overture
Egypt Police Attacked Near Gas Pipeline in Sinai
Egyptian security officials say suspected Islamist militants attacked a police patrol along a pipeline in the Sinai Peninsula that transports natural gas to Jordan, wounding seven policemen. Intelligence officials say the routine police convoy of four ...
IDF bans civilians from Route 10 near Egypt border
Seven Hurt in Sinai Attack on Egypt Police Patrol
Armed attack in Egypt's Sinai injures 7
The Situation Room: Exclusive Report from Egypt Airs, Sat., Jan 12
CNN's Wolf Blitzer will present a one-hour special on his travel to Egypt and his exclusive, one-hour interview with Egypt's first democratically elected leader, President Mohamed Morsy on CNN at 6 p.m. ET, Saturday, Jan 12. Blitzer spoke with Morsy at ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
The Battle for Egypt's Constitution
Foreign Policy (blog)
On December 26, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi signed off on a new constitution. It was not a cheerful occasion for many politically active Egyptians, following one of the most intensely, dangerously polarized months in recent Egyptian history.
Coming Economic Crisis in Egypt?
Dubai police chief renews Twitter attack on Egypt's Brotherhood
New Egypt constitution targets workers' rights
News Flash: Jews Are "Apes And Pigs." So Why Is Egypt's Mohamed Morsi The ...
Last Friday, the sitting president of Egypt — the world's 15th most populous nation — was exposed for calling Jews “pigs and apes.” And he did it in a TV interview (in Arabic) just two years before he took office. Needless to say, this was HUGE NEWS ...
The economic costs of Mohamed Morsi's power grab in Egypt
"Let's not think of Egypt as an Arab-Muslim nation," Nasr tells me later. "Let's look at it as a large, bloated, public-sector-dominated state. Democracy only succeeds with a thriving free market and private sector." The problem is that turning around ...
Father pleads with Morsi to halt 'torture' of detained son
Egypt, Iran Walk Sectarian Tightrope In Relations
During the press conference with his Egyptian counterpart Mohamed Kamel Amro, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi was all smiles as he confirmed that the ice that covered the relations between both countries would soon be melted.
News Analysis: Egypt, Iran gradually restore ties after decades-old rift
Iran, Egypt must soon restore diplomatic ties: Saeed Sadek
Egypt's President Invited to Iran, Discusses Syria
Economy on the right path: Egypt's FM reassures US ambassador
Egyptian Minister of Finance El-Morsi Hegazy met with US ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson on Thursday to discuss Egypt's economic woes, prospects of revamping its national economy and developments in the IMF loan discussions. This is Hegazy's first ...
Egypt's Intractable Dilemma
American Thinker (blog)
Ibrahim Nawar, an outspoken advocate of press freedom in Araby, has just published (Thursday 1/10/13) a wistful lament in Al-Ahram about Egypt's predicament since Mubarak was deposed, two years ago, till now. Although Nawar's observations are overly ...
New Egypt central bank chief reassures investors
CAIRO – The new head of Egypt's central bank Hisham Ramez reassured investors there was no need to be worried about the situation on the Egyptian currency market, saying the bank had “all the tools” to intervene if it saw speculation. Ramez takes the ...
Hisham Ramez replaces Farouq El-Oqda as Egypt Central Bank governor
Governor of Egypt's Central Bank resigns
Egypt Names Central Bank Governor