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The Muslim Brotherhood faces end game, as SCAF closes in.

Yesterday (17/08/2013) an announcement was made that the Muslim Brotherhood would be facing a ban, once the interior ministry looked into the ‘legal’ process. I say ‘legal’, because that’s exactly the wording they used when they said they were going to clear out Rabaa… and you see where that went. 794 more words

Global news and latest updates

First of all I need to apologize for the lack of ‘pick of day’ lately, I am in the middle of nowhere in Sardinia (Italy), where wifi basically does not exist. 129 more words

Videos And Drawings

In Egypt: Draft Of Constitution OK'd; Protesters Return To Tahrir Square | Reduction

In Egypt: Draft Of Constitution OK’d; Protesters Return To Tahrir Square


She says they’re there both to demonstrate again against President Mohammed Morsi’s decree giving himself sweeping new powers and to express concern about a draft constitution passed early today by Egypt’s constitutional assembly. 444 more words

The War Around Us

The War Around Us follows the only two foreign journalists who covered the 2008 War on Gaza, also known as Operation Cast Lead, Ayman Mohyeldin and Sherine Tadros, both of whom were working for Al Jazeera English at the time. 748 more words

Human Rights

Trouble in the 'Hood: Has Egypt's Freedom and Justice Party Already Peaked?

Long before the phrase ‘Arab Spring’ had been coined, one of the principal justifications given in some Western countries for supporting the often violently authoritarian regimes in the Middle East and North Africa (‘MENA’) region during the post-1945 period was the purported danger of Islamic fundamentalist (or, in more recent times, Islamist) rule. 496 more words


We have a winner: Documentary on Gaza invasion outdoes the rest at California film fest

One week ago, a documentary film literally from within the invasion of Gaza debuted at the 13th annual Newport Beach Film Festival in California. The Festival announced its… 187 more words