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by: (Agencies) 2005-11-11

Mubarak’s re-election lacks fairness, says Judges Club

CAIRO — The Egypt Judges Club (EJC) has said that the re-election of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak during the September election lacks fairness, although the breaches recorded during the process did not reach the level where it can be said to have a significant influence on the election result.


President Mubarak (77), ..


by: (Agencies) 2005-11-17

US envoy goes undercover to monitor Egypt elections

CAIRO — The US ambassador in Egypt disguised himself and visited a number of polling stations in central Cairo and Giza to have first-hand information about the voting atmosphere and environment, reports said yesterday. A team from the US Embassy was also going round covering most of the polling stations in the garden city and the ..


by: (Agencies) 2005-11-25

Tough sell


by: (Agencies) 2005-12-1

The Perils Of "Democracy"

By Editorial Board
President Bush is obviously on the right track in his efforts to promote democratic elections around the world. As he says, democracies don`t make war against each other. But there have been glitches that have surfaced along the way, which suggest that some fine tuning in the push for democracy is needed.

Under pressure from the B..


by: (Agencies) 2005-12-1
Early reporting from AP. BBC does an eve of vote roundup, Reuters covers the Muslim Brotherhood roundup (up to 1600 arrested), and voters who think America is being unfair. AFP looks at voter discontent, and a more whimsical piece explores the effect of satellite TV... ..

by: (Agencies) 2005-12-4

When Egypt’s presidential runner-up Ayman Nur heads to court Sunday, he will take his prison bundle with him, expecting the final nail in the coffin of his challenge to the regime of arch foe President Hosni Mubarak.

"I’ll be going with my personal effects, (as) I have done for several days. I’m expecting to be jailed any moment," Nur told News Agencies in an interview.

"My wife..


by: (Agencies) 2005-12-4
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has demonstrated consummate political savvy during the parliamentary campaign.

With an unprecedented level of freedom since it has been allowed to use its real name, the banned Islamist movement has criss-crossed the country’s most destitute areas, organized mass rallies and sharpened its public relations tools...


by: (Agencies) 2006-2-5
On Thursday, Mahmud el-Zahar, a prominent leader of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement, Hams, vowed to protect the Christian inhabitants of Gaza against any potential attacks by militants who are provoked by the defaming caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, may peace be upon Him. 
 
"You and your brothers are safe and secure in Palestine. Whoever attacks you, will be subj..

by: (Agencies) 2006-4-23

The Muslim Brotherhood, in conjunction with opposition parties, launched a campaign objecting to the extension of the Egyptian Emergency Law, which has been currently in progress for a quarter century. It is mentioned that the last time of extending such a law was in 2003, and it was extended for three extra years to expire at the end of next month (May).


During a conference held in..