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Wonderland on the Nile

So this is what it feels like to slip down the rabbit hole.

I mean, I’m assuming that’s what happened here because, struggle as I may, I can’t find much connection at all between reality and what’s going on in Egypt these days. 681 more words


Egyptian Aak 2014 - Week 49 ( Dec 1-7)

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Protests against Mubarak acquittal fail to reach Tahrir | Mada Masr

Friday, December 5, 2014 – 18:37
Protests against Mubarak acquittal fail to reach Tahrir
Mada Masr

Security forces blocked protests headed toward downtown Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Friday. 317 more words

Whatever Happened To The Egyptian Revolution?

Who’s responsible for the deaths of nearly 900 Egyptian protesters during the 2011 revolution? Not former president Hosni Mubarak, according to a judge’s recent ruling. But while he and his top aides may have escaped blame, others are currently serving jail time in Egypt. 21 more words


error while creating r knitr pdf in my native language

I am creating a pdf file using knitr. The title and some of other content like graph labels are in my native language, tamil. However, when knitting I get a font related error. 53 more words

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Christian Science Monitor: Hebrew Means Zionist

The controversial ruling by Egyptian judge Mahmoud al-Rashidy who has acquitted former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak of all charges last week draws my attention to a complete different topic that, however, apparently is related to Mubarak’s case. 390 more words


Sisi is not Mubarak

by Caroline Glick
December 3, 2014

The Egyptian court’s decision last Saturday to acquit former president Hosni Mubarak, his sons and associates of all remaining charges against them caused most commentators to proclaim that current Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi has turned back the clock. 18 more words

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