GURU NANAK IN EGYPT
Dr Dalvider Singh Grewal
Guru Nanak’s visit to Egypt and Habash Wilayat is recorded in Sikh chronicles.  According to Giani Gian Singh from Madina Guru Ji went to Ajara, Mash-had, Ali, and Karbala. After visiting these cities and meeting various peers and...
GURU NANAK IN EGYPT
Dr Dalvinder Singh Grewal
Guru Nanak’s visit to Egypt and Habash Wilayat is recorded in Sikh chronicles.  According to Giani Gian Singh from Madina Guru Ji went to Ajara, Mash-had, Ali and Karbla. After visiting these cities and meeting various peers and fakirs he...
There is so much talk of more military intervention so I was thinking back to the beginning of the Arab Spring. What has military intervention and outside intervention actually achieved?
Twin judicial processes are a...
Egypt: Interim president sworn in amid crackdown
By HAMZA HENDAWI and MAGGIE MICHAEL
Images and captions removed for this thread.
CAIRO (AP) — A senior judge was sworn in as Egypt's interim president Thursday...
Egypt Under 'Full Military Coup'
By DANA HUGHES and MOLLY HUNTER - ABC NEWS - July 3, 2013
The Egyptian Army is carrying out a "full military coup" and the army has placed a travel ban on the country's embattled President Mohamed Morsi, officials said.
The action came at the end of...
Journalist dead, 1 raped, more attacked in Egypt
New York, July 1, 2013--The Committee to Protect Journalists is gravely concerned about the security of journalists covering ongoing mass protests in Egypt. One journalist was killed and seven others were injured, including one raped, while...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood: Women's Rights Could Destroy Society, Countries Should 'Reject And Condemn' UN Declaration
Reuters | Posted: 03/14/2013 5:40 pm EDT
By Michelle Nichols
UNITED NATIONS, March 14 (Reuters) - Egypt's ruling Muslim Brotherhood warns that a U.N. declaration...
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Egypt: Why is Israel so Blind?
The last several decades have shown that left-leaning politicos have been right about the nuances of the peace process.
Those of us in the pro-Israel, pro-peace camp do not enjoy being proven right —...
Normality is returning to Egypt, but many are still concerned over what the future holds [GALLO/GETTY]
Egypt's new army rulers have appointed Tareq al-Bishry, a retired judge, to head a committee set up to suggest constitutional changes.
Al-Bishry was a strong supporter of an independent...
Bestselling author of Walking the Bible, America's Prophet, and The Council of Dads.
As the crisis in Egypt reached its climax this week, commentators struggled to find historical parallels, from the fall of the Berlin Wall, to Tiananmen Square, to the revolution in Iran...
Egypt's military backs Mubarak
The statement by the Armed Forces Supreme Council is a blow to protesters who had hoped for Mubarak's ouster. Crowds swell, but soldiers take no action to stop demonstrations.
From the Associated Press
3:05 AM PST, February 11, 2011
By MAGGIE MICHAEL, Associated Press Maggie Michael, Associated Press –
Story is continuously updated. So check the link periodically.
CAIRO – President Hosni Mubarak will meet the demands of protesters, military and ruling party officials said Thursday in the strongest indication yet that...
Dr. David Liepert
Muslim Author, Leader, Spokesperson, Host of "The Optimistic Muslim" on webtalkradio.net
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men (and women) are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are...
The Muslim Brotherhood, or al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun, is Egypt’s oldest and largest Islamist organization.
Founded by Hassan al-Banna in the 1920s, the group has influenced Islamist movements around the world with its model of political activism combined with Islamic charity work.
In Perspective: Jon Meacham on the crisis in Egypt
February 4, 2011
Precisely 18 months ago, on June 4, 2009, President Obama traveled to Cairo — that “timeless city,” as he called it — to address the Islamic world. Committed to “governments that reflect the will of the people,” the...
By TAREK MASOUD
Published: February 3, 2011
HOSNI MUBARAK’S promise this week to initiate constitutional reform in Egypt and then step down at the end of his presidential term in September did little to mollify the anger of the demonstrators protesting his rule. Many protesters seemed to...
Jews recount at Passover their own history with the Pharaoh of Egypt - sympathies to the current Egyptian struggle run deep [Getty]
Ever since the victory over the dictator of Tunisia and the subsequent uprising in Egypt, my email has been flooded with messages from Jews around the world hoping...
Protest’s Old Guard Falls In Behind the Young
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and MONA EL-NAGGAR
Published: January 30, 2011
CAIRO — Last Thursday, a small group of Internet-savvy young political organizers gathered in the Cairo home of an associate of Mohamed ElBaradei, the diplomat and Nobel...
Executive Director, The Maydan Institute
Just as in the case of Tunisia, we've been caught off guard by the rapid pace of events in Egypt. Commentators are having a difficult time understanding the dynamics of the Arab world and especially the role of religion in this latest...
Spotlight Again Falls on Web Tools and Change
WASHINGTON — Fear is the dictator’s traditional tool for keeping the people in check. But by cutting off Egypt’s Internet and wireless service late last week in the face of huge street protests, President Hosni Mubarak betrayed his own fear —...