Category Archives: Tantawi

Egypt’s Nusra Party: Sexual Assault as a Political Weapon

Egyptians opposing President Mohamed Mursi hold an effigy mocking him in Tahrir square in Cairo 8 February 2013. (Photo: Reuters – Mohamed Abd El Ghany)   By: Bisan Kassab, Rana Mamdouh Published Friday, February 8, 2013   Cairo – In … Continue reading

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Morsi coup: A game of ‘musical chairs’

“I sincerely hope that Dr. Lamb is right and I’m wrong.” the author saidFranklin Lamb is talking about “The Sinai Peninsula Rejoining the Axis of Resistance”, not Egypt. Moreover, he described Sinai operation as a Resistance operation, not a fale … Continue reading

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Mursi Surprises World with Retiring Tantawi, Scrapping Constitutional Declaration

Local Editor  In the most surprising decision he took months after his election as the Egyptian president, Mohammad Mursi ordered on Sunday the retirement of his defense minister.He also said a constitutional declaration aimed at curbing presidential powers had been … Continue reading

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Mursi retires both Defence Minister Tantawi and Chief of staff Gen. Annan

Egypt’s President Mohammed Mursi (c) gestures, while Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi (l) and an army general look on at a checkpoint in al-Arish (Photo: Reuters – Egyptian Presidency) Published Sunday, August 12, 2012 Egypt’s president on Sunday ordered the defense … Continue reading

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Egypt Attacks: Mursi’s Impossible First Test

A member of the Egyptian security forces takes position on a sand dune during an operation in the northern Sinai peninsula on 8 August 2012. (Photo: AFP – Stringer) By: Abdel Rahman Youssef Published Wednesday, August 8, 2012 The Sinai … Continue reading

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MB and SCAF: A Trial Truce and Trade of Powers

Men perform evening prayers during the holy month of Ramadan at a mosque in Cairo, 1 August 2012. (Photo: Reuters – Asmaa Waguih) By: Bisan Kassab Published Thursday, August 2, 2012 It appears that the Muslim Brotherhood and the military … Continue reading

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Egypt Military Steps up Feud with MB after Meeting Clinton who left to Occupied Territories to Discusses Syria, Iran

Local Editor Egypt’s top military official takes a tough line with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), saying the army would prevent the country from being dominated by just one group.The remarks by the official, Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, did not … Continue reading

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Mursi’s Victory and Egypt’s Stability under the Military..

Mursi’s Victory and Egypt’s Stability under the Military..  Yusuf Fernandez Mursi a lame–duck president Last 24 April, Muslim Brotherhood´s presidential candidate, Mohammed Mursi was named as new Egyptian president after defeating his rival, the former Mubarak-era prime minister, Ahmed Shafiq. … Continue reading

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Reading the Egyptian Elections

by Esam Al-Amin Wednesday, May 30th, 2012 The Egyptian people are still in shock ever since the announcement of the results of the presidential elections late last week. They refuse to accept an outcome that sees Gen. Ahmad Shafiq, the … Continue reading

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Thousands demand Egyptian generals stand aside

People attend Friday prayers in Tahrir Square in Cairo on 4 May 2012. (Photo: Reuters – Mohamed Abd El Ghany)   Published Friday, May 4, 2012 Protests turned violent in Cairo on Friday as the army moved to disperse protesters … Continue reading

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