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The headlines in the West will read, ‘Mubārak sentenced to life imprisonment.’ They may also say, ‘Egyptians take to the street in protest.’ Confused? Unless one reads more deeply the obvious connection must be that protestors wanted his head, literally. The reality is rather simple, just not...
This article was originally posted on Christianity Today, May 29, 2012. Despite the best efforts of Christian and Muslim revolutionaries, the first free presidential election in Egypt's history has resulted in an all-too-familiar choice: old regime vs. Islamists. The nation's Supreme Presidential...
The condition of Egypt is quietly very concerning these days. I say quietly for two reasons. First, in terms of the Western audience, most is slipping under the radar. Second, in terms of Egypt, the nation waits for presidential elections, and the areas of concern are easily ignored if no attention...
Egyptian Christians are mourning the death of Coptic Orthodox Pope and Patriarch Shinūdā III, who passed away on Saturday at the age of 88. Pope Shinūdā (August 3, 1923 - March 17, 2012) was extremely popular among millions of common Christians. A charismatic reformer and an advocate of Christian...
In recent weeks the Muslim Brotherhood has been engaged in public squabbles with the military council over formation of the government. According to most interpretations of the constitutional declaration which guides the transition in Egypt, the presidency – here the military council – has the...
Yet another WikiLeaks lie claimed that Suzān Thābit, the wife of unseated president Husnī Mubārak, was Christian, as if Mubārak has lived all that time with her and did not know her real faith. The WikiLeaks report, referenced 05CAIRO3807 and dated 2005, alleged that Mrs. Mubārak is Christian,...
Yet another fake report by WikiLeaks said that Muhammad al-Barād'ī, a presidential hopeful, was the target of an assassination attempt, which he narrowly escaped, during a referendum held lately in Egypt. The whistleblower website claimed that Barād'ī would have been killed by a poison-filled...
 It goes without saying that a comprehensive process for reformulating Egyptian politics is just around the corner. The last constitutional amendments have limited presidential terms to a maximum of four years, with candidates eligible to serve no more than two terms, and have stipulated the...
 The parliament elections witness a struggle between the famous candidates.
Egypt appears to have broken its leg after February 11th, and that is because since January 25th until the day the president stepped down, it was running as fast as it could in the field of social change and freedom.

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