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With little due respect, the past year and post June 30th shows there is nothing great about Egypt, not its military, not its police, not its Brothers, not its media, not its judiciary, not its intellectuals, not the Coptic Church, not the Al-Azhar, not secularists, not liberals, not leftists, not nationalist, not civil societies, not its young, certainly not its political and economic leadership.
“A 15-minute-documentary that revisits the Egyptian uprising, and explores the arduous road to democracy and the daunting challenges that await the country after the upcoming presidential elections.”
The rise of the Coptic church of Alexandria coincided with the destruction of its famous library, the desecration of its ancient temples and sanctuaries, and the murder of its last philosopher, Hypatia.
What Mr. Friedman didn’t mention, though I’m sure he is aware of, is the fact that Egypt was, and still is, a police state.
“The revolutionary public opinion and demands that were created in Tahrir square needed to be politically purused by revolutionary cadres and leadership.”
In 2011 citizens acted across international borders to establish the vanguard of a global emergency measures operation.
“The Foreign agenda” …whenever you hear of it, be sure that the people in power are in trouble.
A letter from Cairo to the Occupy movements & other solidarity movements. Occupy Wall Street & Occupy London respond.
There was much more to this unique Tahrir square phenomenon than just bread and butter, … there were popular demands to restore a lost dignity.
Veterans invited to be at our Tahrir Square at DC's Freedom Plaza on October 6th
On this April 8th night, and on the very same day that witnessed the massacre of Bahr el-Bakar the Israeli embassy with all the Israeli diplomatic mission in Cairo seemed under siege.
But Before the Arab spring come to an end, Could we interpret those Arab uprisings as historical moments of enlightenment? Moreover, could we detect any possible signs of attempt to separate the mosque from the state in the Arab world? Or is it the dawn of the political Islam in the Arab world?
Libya with its huge reserve and flow of vital oil to Europe & the United States could not and should not be left alone in the hands of some maniac and political outcast like Gaddafi to be drifted into some civil war that only god knows when it will come to an end. This is unacceptable under any circumstances, be it a popular uprising or not so popular, the crucial thing is that this no-fly zone must stop this no-flow of oil from Libya to Europe and USA, a situation that if kept going could drag a newly recovered western economy back to recession.
The Tahrir Square as the Tiananmen square in china will be a memorial place for the noble and courageous struggle of young generation for FREEDOM.
As Tahrir Square goes so goes the Middle East? by Franklin Lamb, Al Manar Beirut It is difficult to overstate the potential for Egyptian citizens advancing universal...
Only a criminal regime could allow such criminal acts to dominate and terrorize innocent people with impunity. It is becoming obvious now that all parties involved or affected by this uprising are buying more time to sort out their private agendas in an attempt to come out of this without losing much.
Fear is the name of the game in these days of unrest in Egypt during which the regime will do absolutely anything to cling to power including all sorts of deception of the masses. The police dirty conspiracy is far from over as we can watch now the armies of thugs and criminals being depolyed by the interior ministry high officials to start the violent confrontations with the peacefull protestors in a desperate attempt to abort the Lotus uprising in Egypt.