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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.
SCAF and the Muslim Brotherhood have agreed to coexist – for the time being.
Three Egyptian policemen die when gunmen fired on their car in al-Arish before escaping, according to security sources; violence follows increasing lawlessness in the Sinai Peninsula.
Foreign minister says Hamas could topple PA in 10-15 months if Abbas is not replaced.
Islamist Mursi and Mubarak's PM Shafiq topped first round; each side claims to be champion of anti-Mubarak revolution.
Socialist message appeals to youth who want the new president to continue the revolution.
By JOSEPH MAYTON / THE MEDIA LINE
Group says election c'tee restrictions putting in doubt foreign observers ability to check whether presidential election fair.
Likewise, the survey exposed the ambiguous attitude of Israel’s Arab citizens to the agreement, or indeed to possible Israeli reconciliation with the neighboring Arab states.
By EFRAIM KARSH
The West, led by the United States, is partly to blame for what is happening in Egypt.
By ALON BEN-MEIR
"Two years ago, social media achieved the impossible and brought an end to the 30-year-old Mubarak regime."
By OZGUR ERKAN
Tens of millions of Egyptians might consider the epithet “Gift of the Nile” singularly misplaced.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The odds are that we are in for another show trial, more entertainment for the masses and more fodder for the mob.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
On the back of social stability you can build a stable political system, and then you can build a flourishing economy.
By BARRY SHAW
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