Egyptian Revolution

A Special Report On The Uprising In Egypt

Millions protest in Egypt to pressure military

Al Jazeera: Signal jammed, website blocked

'Ailing' Mubarak reportedly in coma
Brisbane Times - 021611
Asked about reports that Mr Mubarak may have suffered a stroke, Mr Shoukry said that "from an official perspective, I have no information related to the ex-president's health". But, he added that he "might have received …

Mubarak Resigns: Reaction from Egypt
BBC News - 021211
Hosni Mubarak has stepped down as president of Egypt, after weeks of protest in Cairo and other cities. The news was greeted with a huge outburst of joy and celebration by thousands in Cairo's Tahrir Square - the heart of the demonstrations. ...

Mubarak Steps Down, Hands Authority To The Military

Full text of Mubarak's speech

Egypt's revolution will remake the Middle East, but how? - Warren P. Strobel, Jonathan S. Landay - ‎021111
WASHINGTON — Egypt's revolution, a secular popular revolt that used nonviolent means to humble an entrenched autocrat, will remake the Middle East — and could mark the end of the era that began on Sept. ...

From London to New York, Egyptians are jubilant

Are American Interests Getting In The Way Of Mubarak's Departure?

The Forces Unleashed In Egypt Can't Be Turned Back
The Guardian - 020211
The fate of the Egyptian uprising is in the balance. There is a revolutionary situation in Egypt, but there has not yet been a revolution. ...

Mubarak supporters strike back

Journalists Report Second Day of Detentions, Harassment In Cairo
CNN International - Christine Theodorou - 020311
Egypt (CNN) -- Journalists attempting to cover unprecedented unrest in Egypt reported being targeted, beaten, arrested and harassed by security forces and police for a second day Thursday. Al Jazeera released a statement ...

Why Al Jazeera Isn't Available in the United States

Mubarak Supporters Throwing Fire-Bombs At Anti-Mubarak Crowd

Egyptian Protestor States Their Intentions

Why do I feel like I'm watching the Kuwait incubator testimony all over again?

Internet Cut As Egypt Braces For 'March of Millions
CNN International - Ben Wedeman, Frederik Pleitgen - 021011‎
By the CNN Wire Staff - A man holds a sign up following prayers in Tahrir Square in Cairo on the seventh day of mass protests. Cairo, Egypt (CNN) -- Egypt's government has posted troops at key locations and cut internet service as anti-government ...

As Mubarak cuts communications, Egypt braces for 'march of millions'

Internet service was not restored until February 2nd.

Egyptians turn to Internet dial-up services
San Francisco Chronicle - ‎013111
That's how many old-fashioned dial-up Internet services are being offered to Egyptians to get around the government's shutdown of the Web, according to French Data Network.

Egypt's Last ISP, Noor Group, Vanishes from 'Net PC Magazine

Egypt Condemned For Blocking Media
International press institutes condemn Egyptian attempts to quell the freedom of the press as protests continue
Al Jazeera - 013111

International press institutes have come out strongly against Egyptian authorities’ suppression of the media, following the withdrawal of Al Jazeera’s license to broadcast from the North African country.

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) condemned on Sunday the information ministry’s move to shutdown Al Jazeera’s bureau in the country.

The CPJ described the move as an attempt to “disrupt media coverage by Al Jazeera and calls on them to reverse the decision immediately.” ...

Egypt shuts down al-Jazeera as death toll reaches 100

Egypt Shuts Down Internet, Cellphone Services
Wall Street Journal - Christopher Rhoads, Geoffrey A. Fowler - 012811‎
In the face of mounting political unrest, Egypt took the unprecedented step of severing all Internet ...

Egypt's internet shutdown sparks a communications battle
VentureBeat - Dean Takahashi - ‎012811‎
Renesys said it happened at 12:34 am Egyptian time on Thursday when all routes to the internet from Egypt went down. By contrast, a few specific routes were ...

President Obama calls on Egypt to bring back the Internet, social media Los Angeles Times
In Egypt, should Internet access be an inalienable right? Washington Post
Why Egypt's Web Shutdown Won't Work DailyFinance
Obama tells Mubarak to deliver promised reforms Reuters
Obama urges Egypt to heed protests, pursue reforms Washington Post
With net unplugged, Egypt cracks down on journos Register

Mubarak's going to Saudi Arabia say forecasters

China censors Egypt protests

Mubarak’s new deputy linked to CIA rendition program

Egypt's military secures famed antiquities museum
The Associated Press - ‎012811
CAIRO (AP) — The Egyptian army secured Cairo's famed antiquities museum early Saturday, protecting treasures including the famed gold mask of King ... 

Cables: Egypt, US clash over democracy
The Associated Press - ‎012811‎
Relations between the US and Egypt appeared to be improving after Obama won in 2008, according to some of the diplomatic correspondence disclosed by ...

NewsFocus: I can't help but think when I hear things like this... "How is the US and the CIA involved?" You can't blame anyone for thinking that, given the history of international meddling by this infamous agency.

BTW... remember this one? The PowerPoint That Rocked the Pentagon. During the Bush Administration, it was presented on July 10, 2002 to the Defense Policy Board, a group of prominent intellectuals and former senior officials that advises the Pentagon on defense policy. It was called, “Grand strategy for the Middle East: Iraq is the tactical pivot. Saudi Arabia the strategic pivot. Egypt the prize.”

Coming To America?

Inevitably, it is the people who are to rule freedom, not politicians or the ultra-rich.

WikiLeaks: US secretly backed Egyptian protest leaders
Biden: Egypt's president should stay in office

How did the U.S. get in bed with Mubarak?

How To Translate The State Department Briefing On Egyptian Unrest

Many people understand that this is truly the way it is. Nice job Media4Movement

Egypt Protests Show American Foreign-Policy Folly
InformationClearinghouse, by Stephen Kinze
Accepting that Arabs have the right to elect their own leaders means accepting the rise of governments that do not share America’s pro-Israel militancy. This is the dilemma Washington now faces.

Egypt's protesters support army
Citizens see military as Egypt's least corrupt public institution

Egypt's Next Strongman
When Cairo switched its strategic alliance from Moscow to Washington, he received training at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare School and Center at Fort Bragg, N.C., in the 1980s. Suleiman continues to have privileged contacts with U.S. intelligence and military officials, with whom he has now been dealing for at least a quarter-century.

A People Defies Its Dictator

Inequality In America Is Worse Than In Egypt, Tunisia Or Yemen
By Washington's Blog
So why are Egyptians rioting, while the Americans are complacent?

Egypt gov't claimed special powers mirrored in post-9/11 US
Dramatic videos: Revolution overtakes Cairo, Alexandria
Egypt's president dissolves Cabinet
Egypt has arrested over 1000

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