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by: Issandr El Amrani 2010-2-22
I was interested to see how the people polled on views of Hamas and Hizbullah. As you can see from this chart, in Egypt Hamas retains surprising popularity despite a considerable amount of anti-Hamas propaganda coming from the state press and elsewhere, as well as the (contested) shooting of Egyptian border guards by Hamas. I'm a little surprised by this, because some of the anti-Hamas agitation appears effective, and I did not get the feeling that the average Egyptian was particularly outraged by Egypt's anti-Hamas policies...

by: Issandr El Amrani 2010-2-22
Back to the ElBaradei campaign's potential. The sense that I get is that most of his prominent supporters are focusing on the potential for ElBaradei to be a symbol, a loudspeaker for the Egyptian opposition's near-universal agreement on what needs to be changed in the country: an end to emergency laws and the police state, constitutional reform to make politics competitive, and an end to the Mubarak family's role in politics...

by: Issandr El Amrani 2010-2-21
Two days ago we went to the office of a small NGO in Downtown Cairo to meet Abdel Rahman Youssef, poet, television presenter and activist who is being the campaign to draft Mohamed ElBaradei...

2009-12-19
I just found out from a friend that the library at the Centre d’?tudes et de Documentation ?conomiques, Juridiques et Sociales (CEDEJ) in Cairo is scheduled to be closed due to budgetary constraints...

2009-12-19
al-Masri al-Youm English has what may be the first close-up picture of the new wall being constructed at the border between Egypt and Gaza, revealed last week by Haaretz...

by: Ray Hanania 2009-11-15
The massacre at Fort Hood of 13 American soldiers and wounding of 30 more raises serious issues regarding violence, terrorism, race in America and the patriotism of Arabs and Muslims...

2009-7-24
These guys are among the most influential young Islamist bloggers in Egypt, generally voices for dialogue with other currents and reform inside the Muslim Brotherhood. They are among the people campaigning for the release of Dr. Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh, the prominent member of the MB’s Guidance Council who has articulated reformist tendencies more clearly than any other leader. Let’s hope they are quickly released...

2009-3-22
Friend of the blog and academic Joshua Stacher, who focuses on authoritarianism, Islamist movements and other fun things (and thus knows a lot about Egypt’s ruling National Democratic Party and the Muslim Brothers) has a new piece out in Middle East Report. It’s about the Brothers’ behavior during the Gaza war, and more widely the diverse theories about the divisions that may or may not exist within the group. He argues that the havioc wrought on the region by the Bush administration, ..

2009-2-19
The public prosecutor’s office declared a couple of hours ago that Ayman Nour would be released on medical grounds. I have heard he is now home. There is no further information as to why now, or why previous appeals to release him on medical ground were denied, but this appears to be a political decision. Rather strange timing that this happens a couple of days after the Washington Post urges the Obama administration not to deal with Hosni Mubarak unless Nour is freed...

2008-10-13
Malcolm Evans, Kiwi cartoonist, fired for anti-Zionist cartoons More details here. [Thanks, EH] ..

2008-8-9
So much for what we had grown used to thinking of, half-jokingly, as the Arab world’s only democracy. Three years and three days after the coup that deposed a much-hated and brutal dictator, Mauritania’s generals decided they would get rid of President Sidi Mohammed Ould Cheikh Abdellahi, an ineffectual politician and undoubtedly bad leader who nonetheless had the merit of having been fairly elected...

by: Hossam el-Hamalawy 2008-5-19
A protest planned to take place in front of the People’s Assembly was banned yesterday by state security bodies. According to Hesham Fouad, a member of the Freedoms Committee of the Journalists’ Syndicate, the protest was planned by the Committee for the Defense of Prisoners of Conscience, which he described as a popular movement not tied to any organization. ..

2008-5-10
The administrator and arguably the real creator of the April 6 Strike group on Facebook Ahmed Maher was detained briefly Wednesday and beaten, his lawyer told Daily News Egypt..

2008-5-5
The last entry on Kareem Al-Beheiri’s blog, egyworkers.blogspot.com, reads, "It is now 7 am on April 6 and I am on my way to the Mahalla textile factory to cover the events of the strikes. I wish success to all seeking to expose the failing Egyptian political system."..

by: Hossam el-Hamalawy 2008-5-5
Al-Jazeera’s documentary on the US-backed dictator Mubarak is now available online…..

2008-4-24
Yesterday several of the opposition-minded papers in Egypt ran with front-page stories about Bilal Diab, a Cairo University student who heckled Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif as the latter was delivering a speech to students about how great things were going in Egypt. I love this story, as does the Egyptian media, because it is reminiscent of other similar incidents well-known in political and activist circles, such as Muslim Brother Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh and Nasserist Hamdeen Sabahi’s..

2008-3-5
Khaled Hamza is the editor of www.ikhwanweb.com , the Muslim Brothers’ impressive English website. I met Khaled several months ago and he’s a very affable, intelligent man...

2008-2-7
Last week, during discussion with a fairly senior Egyptian journalist, I was told that the Egyptian Ministry of Information had just finished a preparing a new "code of ethics" in order to puts limits on what satellite TV stations could broadcast, especially when the topic was political in nature...

by: Hossam El-Hamalawy 2008-1-29
End the Siege of Gaza protest London 26th Jan… ..

by: Hossam el-Hamalawy 2008-1-25
The Egyptian organizing committee of the international campaign against Zionist and American occupation condemns the arrest of Eng. Ali Abdel Fattah- member of the coordinating committee of the Egyptian group- and remanding him 45 days in custody (open to increase)...

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