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by: Samer Shehata 2010-4-9
What is the basis for Berman's provocative claim that ElBaradei "has begun a dangerous flirtation with Egypt's main Islamist movement, the Muslim Brotherhood"? His primary evidence is that Mohamed Saad el-Katatni, the chairman of the Brotherhood's parliamentary bloc, attended a meeting hosted by ElBaradie in late February which led to the formation of the "National Coalition for Change." The movement is spearheading ElBaradei's demand for free and fair elections and the lifting of Egypt's decades-old and highly repressive Emergency Law. El-Katatni also stated that "ElBaradei's and the Brotherhood's call for political and social change converge" and other Brotherhood leaders have also endorsed the former IAEA director...

by: Samer Shehata 2008-11-8
I’ve been in Cairo for the last week attending a conference and conducting research. I witnessed the US elections from the Egyptian capital. People here, like others around the world, are happy with the election outcome. Some are even delighted. What is remarkable is that vastly different political groups wanted Senator Barak Obama to win: from senior regime officials to members of the Muslim Brotherhood and of course, ordinary Egyptians. I spoke with government officials, members of t..