Posts Tagged ‘Egypt’

Israel says shots fired from Egypt; no one injured

July 22nd, 2012 Comments off

The Israeli military says shots have been fired from Egypt toward a bus of soldiers in southern Israel.
Go to Source

Links 14-17 July 2012

July 18th, 2012 Comments off

Still taking suggestions for the link dumps for another round.

Go to Source

Egypt: 16 months of revolutionary photography

July 17th, 2012 Comments off
Categories: Arab Blogs Tags: , , ,

Mursi seeks talks on Egypt crisis

July 11th, 2012 Comments off

Egypt’s president says he wants talks with judges and the military to find a way forward in a row over his attempts to reinstate parliament.
Go to Source

Egypt parliament defies military

July 10th, 2012 Comments off

Egypt’s parliament convenes briefly, despite the ruling military council ordering it to be dissolved so the constitution can be upheld.
Go to Source

Youth still hold Egyptian military in high esteem

July 8th, 2012 Comments off

Youth in Egypt still hold the country’s military in high esteem, and a majority of them disregard criticism of it. Even when Tahrir Square demonstrators chanted slogans such as “Down with military …
Go to Source

Flow Chart of Authority in Today’s Egypt (!!!)

July 2nd, 2012 Comments off
Categories: Arab Blogs Tags: , , ,

Ways ahead

June 30th, 2012 Comments off

Mohamed Mursi faces a daunting path as Egypt’s first democratically elected president, reports Dina Ezzat
Go to Source

Categories: Arab News Tags: , , , , ,

Egypt’s Mursi to take leader oath

June 30th, 2012 Comments off

Egypt’s first freely elected president Mohammed Mursi is to be formally sworn in, a week after his victory in a hotly contested poll was confirmed.
Go to Source

Egypt’s generals eye Turkish model

June 27th, 2012 Comments off

In this photo released by Middle East News Agency, the Egyptian official news agency, President-elect Mohammed Morsi, left, shakes hands with a Christian leader, name not given, in Cairo, Egypt, Monday, June 27, 2012. Now that Egypt has its first freely elected civilian president, the still-dominant military may be seeking to emulate the Turkish model a mostly Muslim nation with a history of military rule and democratic evolution. (AP Photo/Mohammed Abd El-Maaty, Middle East News Agency, HO)Now that Egypt has its first freely elected president, Egypt's powerful generals appear headed toward copying the Turkish model from decades past — retaining overwhelming powers while allowing a civilian regime complete with the trappings of democracy to emerge.

Go to Source

Categories: Arab News Tags: , ,