Meet Egypt’s Next Prime Minister (Daniel Greenfield)
“The future of Egypt belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood and as the chief financier and deputy supreme guide of the group, Khairat El-Shater is on the ground floor to see those investments pay off.”
No future for Copts in Egypt
Two nuns in Upper Egypt faced “unimaginable fear” â€“ with one later hospitalized over the emotional trauma â€“ when 1,500 Muslim villagers brandishing swords and knives trapped them inside a guesthouse last week and threatened to burn them out.
What kind of Â “lawyers” are these?
(AINA) — More than 300 Muslim lawyers inside and outside a courthouse in the southern Egyptian province of Assuit today prevented defense lawyer Ahmad Sayed Gabali, who is representing the Christian Makarem Diab, from going into court. Mr. Diab was found guilty of ‘Insulting the Muslim Prophet’ and was scheduled today a hearing on his appeal. (AINA)
Obamster Regime Seeks to Bypass Congress to Keep Throwing Money at UNESCO Â
“Instead of trying to weaken U.S. law, the administration should cut off funding to Ramallah and make clear that UNESCO will not get one red cent from the U.S. until it un-admits ‘Palestine.’”
Similar toÂ a questionÂ posed last week: can something be newsworthy, and yet entirely expected?
A democracy is only as good as the values that inform its participants. Much also depends on who is allowed to participate in the first place. An update onÂ this story. “Islamists are majority on Egypt constitution panel,” from theÂ Associated Press, March 25: