December 5, 2013
Salem-News.com (Jul-27-2013 18:38)
Egyptians Did What Germans Should`ve Done Long AgoDr. Ashraf Ezzat Salem-News.com
“I really don’t care much if the whole world called it a military coup, though it’s not, as long as Egypt rids itself of the nightmare of the Islamists and the MB rule.”
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What happened on June 30 in Egypt, whom the Egyptians proudly insist on calling the second wave of their revolution, was not a thing that erupted on the spur of the moment; rather it was due to a snowballing buildup of collective dissatisfaction and fear over the last year.
Salem-News.com (Jul-26-2013 22:28)
What is Your Business?Kiflu Hussain Salem-News.com
What’s your business? Mine is to rave and rant on the internet and social media thereby taking a “calculated” risk to be in the bad book of both tribal and global powers.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jul-23-2013 11:16)
Egypt: What Now?Dr. Chandra Muzaffar for Salem-News.com
If this is the situation vis-a-vis the military, on the one hand, and the Ikhwan, on the other, what hope is there for the Egyptian people?
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In the wake of the military coup of July 3rd 2013, the question that is on the lips of many people is what is going to happen now in Egypt? How will the situation evolve? What is the future of the 80 million people who live in that ancient land?
Salem-News.com (Jul-15-2013 19:54)
The Rhetoric of Spreading Democracy ---The World isn`t Buying itJoe Clifford Salem-News.com
Under US law the government cannot financially support a "military coup", so their solution is to avoid calling it what it is, making us a laughing stock around the world.
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The Egyptian people love the American people, but hate our government, as do many other people in nations around the world.
Salem-News.com (Jul-13-2013 10:50)
US Bankrolled Anti-Morsi ActivistsEmad Mekay Al-Jazeera
Documents reveal US money trail to Egyptian groups that pressed for president's removal.
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President Barack Obama recently stated the United States was not taking sides as Egypt's crisis came to a head with the military overthrow of the democratically elected president.
Salem-News.com (Jul-08-2013 16:36)
Egypt After the Coup... Is Obama Backing ElBaradei?Dr. Franklin Lamb Notes From Damascus Salem-News.com
ElBaradei’s objective is to secure Barack Obama’s personal support during his jockeying for the expected forthcoming Egyptian presidential election.
Washington sources say once it became evident that Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi might well be ousted, Mohamed Mustafa ElBaradei contacted the Washington, DC law firm of Patton Boggs.
Salem-News.com (Jul-05-2013 15:02)
The EgyptianDr. Ashraf Ezzat Salem-News.com
Watch my short video, one minute plus, in which I have tried to visually sum up the story of the Egyptian revolution 2011-2013.
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Tons of thoughts, conversations and writings that have been reflecting on the Egyptian Revolution which first sparked off on January 25 2011.
Salem-News.com (Jul-05-2013 11:47)
The Arabs And Their SpringGilad Atzmon Salem-News.com
What happened? Why did the "Arab Spring" turn into a regional winter? Why didn't the Egyptian democracy last more than a year?
It is not a secret that summer skipped Europe this year and some meteorologists even predict a sun eclipse for the next seven to ten years. When asked to explain this dire prediction a few experts ended up blaming the Arabs, ‘it is all because of the Arabs, they took all the spring.’
Salem-News.com (Jul-04-2013 14:35)
Egyptians; Manipulated to Revolt?Kiflu Hussain Salem-News.com
I have no sympathy for any group anywhere that seeks power from narrower viewpoints such as ethnicity or religion. So this is not a requiem for Mohamed Morsi.
If the detest for Mohamed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood came genuinely from Egyptians, I would welcome it since I detest ideologies constructed around ethnicity and religiosity.
Salem-News.com (Jul-04-2013 11:41)
African Opposites: Morsi and MandelaBarry Lee Coyne Salem-News.com
We can only speculate the possible outcome if Morsi was moreso like Mandela and took a page out of his populist book.
The people's voice prevailed at both ends of the African continent. Those polar opposites, as history will render in its final report, came from South Africa and Egypt. Both had its champions of causes, one for Human Rights; the other for domination by his faith.
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