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Comments on Freedom House’s recent visit to Egypt.
Ahmad Mūsá writes about the American interference in the Egyptian affairs.
Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm is a “perambulatory exile.” The international press and political leadership support the cause of Ibrāhīm who is facing eight claims filed against him by influential members of the ruling National Democratic Party in Egypt. More details in the following lines.
Ibrāhīm Jād, presents a quick review on a booklet published by Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies entitled, ‘Qadīyat Markaz Ibn Khaldoun Ma‘rakat al-Dīmuqrātīyah al-Ḥurrīyah fī-Misr 2000 – 2003’ [The Case of the Ibn Khaldoun Center: a Battle for Democracy and Freedom in Egypt 2000 – 2003...
Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim stressed that there is no relation between his acquittal and the war on Iraq and denied any political pressure behind the court ruling.
Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm denies fear of returning to Egypt.
The writer criticizes the State’s control of the people’s right to freely express and criticize the corruption in Egypt. He advocates criticism of the damaged regime, hoping that it will enable change.
The following presents the opinion of Saad Eddin Ibrahim – one of the most outspoken critics of the Egyptian government, who was imprisoned from 2000-2003 for his critique. He is a liberal secularist, but as a result of his strong democratic stance, he defends the rights of all groups in society,...
Every Egyptian who does not like something in this country finds no shame in threatening [the government] that he or she would demand the assistance of a foreign organization or government against his or her own country. Saad Eddin Ibrahim [Chairman of Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies]...
Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies denounced what it called ‘a reputation- tarnishing campaign against the Center amidst the tempest of foreign funds.’


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