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Former egyption president and air force comander. Ousted in 2011 after 30 yeasr as president, now facing carges of murdering protesters.
Former Egyptian strongman said Benjamin Netanyahu was willing to give up all of the Golan Heights in 1998.
The death of the 11 brings the total of those killed since the beginning of the operation to at least 261 suspected militants.
Critics say the contest recalled the kind of vote that kept Arab autocrats in power for decades before the 2011 Arab Spring.
Ashton first int'l envoy to visit Egypt since weekend's carnage.
Army gives Brotherhood deadline to end resistance.
Sadly, one year under president Mohamed Morsi has shown that the Islamists contributed more to dividing the country than to uniting it.
By MARCUS MARKTANNER
Like at Pesach, when we relate the Israelites' exodus from Pharaoh's bondage, there are four questions that demand answers when contemplating recent events in Egypt.
By MICHAEL WIDLANSKI
The army knows that it must crack down hard on the Muslim Brotherhood in order to install a government more in line with its interests and those of the opposition protesters.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Former military intelligence chief predicts Egypt's homogenous population that supports the army will prevent civil war.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Retrial of former autocrat adjourned until after Ramadan; televised trial seems outwardly unaffected by the Morsi ouster.
Two years ago the world was ecstatic over Mubarak's fall, and now the same has happened Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi.
Israel used to live in a neighborhood where the evil men in charge were at least predictable, but that has all changed.
By HERB KEINON
Concerns of how instability in the most populous Arab country could affect its neighbors.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN/THE MEDIA LINE
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