Category Archives: Amr Mussa

WHICH REVOLUTION ?

by Daniel Mabsout,         The revolutions of the NGOs are not revolutions , nor is the revolution of the Ikhwaan a revolution nor is Mursi a revolutionary and never will he be one . Neither Barad’i nor … Continue reading

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Khalid Amayereh calling for "UNITY"??

Worried that Shea may take “his Sunni” Mecca, amayereh call gulf states to unite before its too late.  Source Khalid Amayereh on hair-raising massacre in HoulehHe ment hair-razing  Amayereh is talking about the “ill-will that keeps coming from … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Depressing Run-Off: ‘A President without wide legitimacy or popular support!’

VIA FLC “… Morsi has a greater chance of being willing and able to use the Presidency to contest SCAF authority, but still frightens many outside of the Brotherhood’s orbit (including many salafis who retain a deeply ingrained hostility to … Continue reading

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Egypt wraps up historic election

  Published Thursday, May 24, 2012 See how the day unfolded with our live blog. Egypt prepared to wrap up landmark presidential polls on Thursday after an orderly two-day vote in which candidates pitted stability against the ideals of the … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Presidential Vote: Minorities Divided

Egypt’s Presidential Vote: Minorities Divided Egyptian presidential hopefuls Amr Moussa (R) and Abdel Moneim Abol Fotouh smile during a televised debate in Cairo 10 May 2012. (Photo: REUTERS – Mahmoud Khaled – Handout) By: Rana Mamdouh Published Monday, May 14, … Continue reading

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Muslim Brotherhood and The Presidential Campaign in Egypt

Yusuf Fernandez Tens of thousands of Egyptians filled Cairo´s Tahrir Square on April 13to protest against the disqualification of 10 candidates by a panel of Mubarak-era judges. The demonstrators demanded an immediate transfer of power from the military junta to … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Presidential Vote: US Picks Its Favorite – Egypt presidential frontrunner reaches out to Iran

Egypt’s Presidential Vote: US Picks Its Favorite By: Elie Chalhoub Published Thursday, May 10, 2012 The upcoming presidential elections could determine Egypt’s future political positioning in a volatile region. Major world powers including the US are monitoring developments with great … Continue reading

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