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Hosni Mubarak

On the Latest Violence Between Israel and Hamas

November 19, 2012

I only have a few things to say about what has been happening the last six days between Israel and Hamas, and none of it favors Hamas.  My whole life I’ve seen the same story play out:  Israel gets hit one time too many and decides to retaliate as suddenly the international community gets apoplectic [...]

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Harassing the Christians in Egypt

October 10, 2011

Say one thing about Hosni Mubarak:  being ensconced all those years by American bucks also allowed him be cool with Israel and the Coptic Christians in the Mideast’s most populace Muslim nation.  Not so much with the current interim military junta!  Here’s the latest, this time against the Copts: Full coverage here.  Seems to me [...]

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Egyptian Protesters Attack Israeli Embassy

September 10, 2011

Seven months since the American-condoned ouster of long time Egyptian strongman Hosni Mubarak, the people are restless.  The country has no planned elections and a military junta still reigns over the Earth’s largest Arab nation.  With a sense of rising expectations, small incidents take on deeper severity. It is in this context that Egyptian protests [...]

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Confusion from Mubarak in Egypt

February 10, 2011

With protests still growing on the streets of Egypt, Egyptian dictator President Hosni Mubarak gave a speech today to tell his people he’s leaving.  Well, leaving in September after an orderly transition by his self-selected Vice President Omar Suleiman, to whom Mubarak has ceded his authority.  Kind of. So, is Mubarak still in power, not [...]

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Egypt in Turmoil

January 27, 2011

In the wake of Tunisia’s pro-democracy “Jasmine Revolution” the Egyptian street has been emboldened to wreak havoc on the regime of dictator President  Hosni Mubarak.  Egyptians are fed up with their government’s lack of transparency and legitimacy.  Couple that with renewed religious violence against Christians and that Mubarak seems to be setting up his son [...]

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