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The political middleman, the Salafī, is worse than the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood. They are swallowing up Egypt now, they control the villages, and the hungry, and the popular neighborhoods by their manipulation of the difficult economic circumstances, and by using Saudi Arabian money.
Background: Out of 60 million Egyptian people (statistics from 1995), there is not one person who could fulfil the position of vice-president, according to then-president Ḥusnī Mubārak, which has been the case for around 14 years. In 1995, Mubārak was the victim of an assassination attempt in Addis...
The book “Tahrir: The last 18 days of Mubārak,” published in 2012, revealed what was secretly going on behind the scenes prior to President Husni Mubārak's famed resignation speech on Feb. 11, 2011. Most important among this information is the disassociation of the Egyptian military and...
The testimony of Field Marshal Hussein Tantāwī, the head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, as a witness in the trial of former president Husnī Mubārak, has been postponed to September 24, judicial sources said yesterday.
Volkhard Windfuhr [read his biography here], Cairo correspondent for Der Spiegel (German weekly magazine), said in an interview with al-Akhbār that he had sensed a change in former President Husnī Mubārak since 2004. In 2002, Windfuhr started to sense anxiety and tension in the community close to...
The appellate body of the Cairo court of urgent matters on Thursday (July 21) handed down a ruling abolishing an earlier one to remove names and photos of former President Husnī Mubārak and his wife Suzanne off all squares, streets, schools, libraries and associations nationwide. The stormy session...
In this article, the author highlights a voice recording published at al-Marsad al-Islāmī Limuqāwmat al-Tansīr (Islamic Observatory for the Resistance to Christianization) website http://www.tanseerel.com by a Muslim who alleged that he hosted Kamīliyā after she declared her desire to convert to...
 Some prominent lawyers take legal action against President Mubarak and the head of the Kuwaiti newspaper in Cairo concerning the disappearance of Kamilia.
The portrait of Husnī Mubarāk has been removed from most State institutions after three employes replaced it in the Cabinet headquarters three weeks ago with the word 'Āllāh' in a frame. This was followed by other governmental agencies. An official in Qalyubia Governorate, north of Cairo, said...
 President Husnī Mubārak appointed 10 MPs to the new elected parliament, including 7 Copts. The appointees included one woman, 'Amīnah Shafīq, member of National Council for Women (NCW).  

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