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by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2010-8-25
Worries over the president, a U.S. ally who has battled Islamic extremism and kept peace with Israel, have risen and ebbed. The recent tension began when he traveled to Germany and underwent surgery...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2009-11-2
Reporting from Cairo - He doesn't seem a radical or a troublemaker, but to the Egyptian government, Abdel Fattah Rizk, a surgeon with a graying mustache and hands pink from scrubbing, is a man to be watched...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2009-10-31
He doesn't seem a radical or a troublemaker, but to the Egyptian government, Abdul Fattah Rizk, a surgeon with a greying mustache and hands pink from scrubbing, is a man to be watched...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2009-6-5
President Obama’s speech in Cairo is eloquent, the rhetoric soaring, but many in the audience are left wondering whether the charismatic president can back it with new policies and actions...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2009-4-29
Mohamed Abdel Aziz’s Facebook group that opposes Mubarak’s rule has drawn 76,000 followers. Though its calls for nationwide strikes have flopped, he remains determined..

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-11-16
Despising America has long been a Middle East pastime, but then the country that brought war to Iraq and orange-suited prisoners to Guantanamo Bay elected a Facebook-friendly president who speaks in poems...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-9-20
His fingers tapping like a tiny army over laptop keys, Waleed Korayem, a university student who quotes Einstein and Voltaire, skims the Internet in a noisy cafe and opens his Facebook group, the one that drives Islamists into fits of rage: Yeah, We Are Seculars and We Are Proud. ..

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-5-14
Labor groups have found support among Egyptians angry over rising food prices, low salaries, political repression and a government that often appears detached from its people...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-5-6
A slight man in a brown suit, whose smooth face belies his 88 years, can slide one from shelves of thousands, brush its cover and tell you a story, whether it be about jihad, St. Francis of Assisi or the labor movement of the 1930s...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-4-4
He has been jailed, his computer has been seized, his blog is tracked by intelligence officials, and Mohammed Shawkat Malt concedes that his latest political quest appears doomed...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-2-8
Cyberspace can be a messy, dangerous place, especially if you’re Abbas, who with keyboard, digital camera and a bit of cunning has become one of Egypt’s most popular bloggers...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2008-1-13
MENZEL BOURGUIBA, TUNISIA — The jihad journey of the Nasri brothers began in this mud-splattered town where shipyards rust and umbrella sellers wait with mercenary fervor for storms to rumble in from across the lake...