Insult to Injury in Egypt

December 1st, 2014
by Stephen Lendman Egypt's military dictatorship holds absolute power. Has no legitimacy whatever. Rules by decree. Controls the media. Ignores fundamental international laws, norms and standards. Its own constitutional law. Prohibits dissent. Tolerates… more »
Tags: egypt, mubarak

Egyptian-Style Justice

November 30th, 2014
by Stephen Lendman On Saturday, Egyptian Judge Mahmud Kamel al-Rashidi acquitted Hosni Mubarak and seven top security commanders of murdering hundreds of 2011 Taahrir Square protesters. Sowing chaos. Creating a security vacuum. During 18 revolutionary… more »
Tags: egypt, mubarak

Gazans fleeing to Europe via tunnels, traffickers and boats

September 18th, 2014
Gilad Atzmon 'It’s better to die at sea than to die of despair and frustration in Gaza,’ says resident of Strip. Haaretz reports this morning that “Thousands of Palestinians have left the Gaza Strip for Europe using tunnels, traffickers and boats.” The… more »

Irresponsible Syria Bashing

May 24th, 2014
by Stephen Lendman Syria's June 3 presidential election approaches. It's historic. It's the Syrian Arab Republic's first ever free, fair, open presidential process. Twenty-four aspirants registered to compete. Parliamentarians Hassan al-Nouri and Maher… more »

The assault in Christians in Egypt and Syria

August 18th, 2013
Michael Collins The attacks are systematic and pervasive in both countries where Christians account for five to ten percent of the population. Al Qaeda and extremist fellow travelers are behind the violence. In the Syrian conflict, the United States… more »

EDITORIAL: Life and Death Issues Confronting Mankind At This Moment

August 17th, 2013
by Jeff Steinberg The fight for Glass-Steagall and the growing danger of world war emanating from the Middle East are the life and death issues confronting mankind at this moment. These battles are in midstream and remain unsettled. There have been… more »

Is Obama losing it?

August 8th, 2013
Michael Collins President Barack Obama's recent behavior is cause for concern. He never lived up to his progressive image but at least he wasn't Bush, we were told. That sterling quality may have persuaded the Nobel Prize judges in 2009 but it's… more »

Egypt Under Empire, Part 3: From Nasser to Mubarak

August 1st, 2013
By: Andrew Gavin Marshall Egyptians Prepare In Tahrir Square For The First Anniverary Of The Revolution Between 1952 and 2011, Egypt was ruled by three military dictators: Nasser, Sadat, and Mubarak. Nasser placated labour unrest and imposed many social… more »

Washington Ousted Egypt's Morsi

July 11th, 2013
by Stephen Lendman Previous articles discussed it. So did The New York Times. More on that below. Washington manipulates most regional events. It's dirty hands orchestrate them. Geopolitical ones matter most. In 2011, Obama officials choreographed… more »
Tags: -morsi, coup, egypt

Middle East Continues to Boil

July 11th, 2013
by Stephen Lendman A previous article called it the curse of oil and gas. Independent countries are targeted. Washington's war on Syria rages. It's been ongoing for 28 months and counting. It continues because America, key NATO allies, Israel, and rogue… more »

Unrest Continues in Egypt

July 8th, 2013
Unrest Continues in Egypt by Stephen Lendman Washington's dirty hands are involved. Controlling what's ongoing continues. Doing so reflects iron fist imperialism. A White House statement claims otherwise. It's typical US-style disinformation. In full it… more »

Business As Usual in Egypt

July 7th, 2013
by Stephen Lendman Days of street protests created illusory change. Everything changed but stayed the same. The pattern's familiar. Ousting Morsi assures same old, same old. Washington prioritizes Middle East control. It wants it unchallenged. It's the… more »
Tags: egypt, morsi

What's Next in Egypt?

July 7th, 2013
by Stephen Lendman Morsi's out. Junta power rules. Generals have final say. Democracy's verboten. Popular interests don't matter. They never did. They don't now. What's next? Headlines said Egyptians celebrated Morsi's ouster. Fireworks lit up Cairo's… more »

Fake Pharaoh's Feet of Clay - Morsy Reign Imperiled

November 24th, 2012
Michael Collins (Washington, DC 11/24) It takes a real pharaoh to build a pyramid, especially one that lasts five thousand years. It took President Mohamed Morsy of Egypt one speech for the Egyptian public to see him for what he aspires to be - a new… more »

Welcome to the New Syria

July 23rd, 2012
By Michael Collins The assault on Damascus by Syrian rebels and terrorist murder of the Syrian Defense Minister occurred just as the Red Cross announced that the fighting in Syria was officially a civil war. This is an odd reward system for military… more »

Election Fraud in Egypt

June 21st, 2012
By Michael Collins One goal of Egypt's 2010 union inspired Tahrir Square protests was fulfilled during the December, 2011 parliamentary elections. Nearly 65% of the nation's fifty million eligible voters turned out to vote. Turnout for the June 16 and… more »

The lies about the 1967 war are still more powerful than the truth

June 5th, 2012
By Alan Hart In retrospect it can be seen that the 1967 war, the Six Days War, was the turning point in the relationship between the Zionist state of Israel and the Jews of the world (the majority of Jews who prefer to live not in Israel but as citizens… more »

NGOs Explain Away Egyptian Indictments

February 14th, 2012
The Arab Spring opened on the road in Tunisia before hitting the big time in Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. The workers of the unofficial Egyptian union movement had fought the neoconservative run government of Hosni Mubarak for years. This was their… more »

Global Blossoms from Arab Spring

May 30th, 2011
Rick Dickinson Revolutions rippling across the Arab World have left earth's elites trembling in their gilded Crocs. They've seen just how easily populism can pierce their thin veneer of permanence, and they know what's in store: in the age old battle of… more »

Washington’s Long War Against Africa

April 17th, 2011
James Petras The US bombing of Libya in support of rebel clients in the spring of 2011 is part and parcel of a sustained policy of military intervention in Africa since at least the mid 1950’s. According to a US Congressional Research Service Study[1]… more »

IMF Rates Up Dictatorships Just Before Revolutions

March 3rd, 2011
By Michael Collins The International Monetary Fund (IMF) made an embarrassing error just two days before the start of the Libyan people's revolution on February 17. This quote from an IMF country study appeared in a previous article: "The outlook for… more »

Iran is Not Egypt (Yet)

February 26th, 2011
By Brian M Downing Demonstrations and uprisings against authoritarian rulers are moving across the Middle East. Tunisia and Egypt have driven longtime strong men from office, Libya and Bahrain are in tumult, and Iran is experiencing a return of the… more »

Egypt's Revolution - Labor Arbitrage and Rubin's Folly

February 15th, 2011
By Numerian posted by Michael Collins The forces of globalization are increasingly and in surprising places and ways under attack. Globalization did not happen by accident; it was the result of policies put in place by people with a particular agenda.… more »

Forces Behind the Egyptian Revolution

February 11th, 2011
By By Michael Collins (Washington, DC) Two critical forces behind the Egyptian Revolution are missing from the front pages, or any pages, of the corporate media. They are the critical role of Egypt's union movement and the universal desire of all people… more »

With Mubarak Gone - Conflict and Opportunity in the Middle East

February 8th, 2011
By Brian M. Downing posted by Michael Collins Hosni Mubarak's thirty-year rule in Egypt is nearing an end and though the denouement of events there is still unclear, the new polity is almost certainly to be shaped by the military institutions and… more »

The Arab Revolt in Tunisia and Egypt

February 6th, 2011
Ziad Shaker elJishi I get sick to my stomach listening to CNN or reading the New York Times but i do it every once and a while because i like to learn what the imperialist and pro-Zionist media outlets are saying. Yesterday was no exception as I… more »

The "Recovery" - - Just Don't Eat, Heat Your Home, or Buy Clothing

February 5th, 2011
By Numerian We still don’t even know if Fed officials actually believe the ridiculous things they say, or whether they are merely acting stupid to hide the fact that they have created a world in which financial prudence is punished, those who save are… more »

Revolutions Know No Color

February 3rd, 2011
By Michael Collins The legitimate demands of the people everywhere have no color, nor do their revolutions. These are not the revolutions arising from staged events by the White House, the National Endowment for Democracy, and other meddlers. We are… more »

Egypt and the False Dilemma

January 31st, 2011
By Michael Collins Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the… more »

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