Tag Archives: Hosni Mubarak

Bob Feldman :
People’s History of Egypt, Conclusion, Section 1, February 12, 2011-2013

The Egyptian military exercised special influence and after Mubarek’s removal became the sole authority, responsible for extensive human rights abuses. By Bob Feldman | The Rag Blog | May 19, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in Egypt, Bob Feldman’s … finish reading Bob Feldman :
People’s History of Egypt, Conclusion, Section 1, February 12, 2011-2013

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Bob Feldman :
People’s History of Egypt, Part 24, January-February 11, 2011

In early February 2011, massive street protests opposed Mubarak and called for democratization and economic justice. By Bob Feldman | The Rag Blog | May 12, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in Egypt, Bob Feldman’s Rag Blog “people’s history” … finish reading Bob Feldman :
People’s History of Egypt, Part 24, January-February 11, 2011

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Bob Feldman :
People’s History of Egypt, Part 21, Section 2, 1992-2000

A 2001 Human Rights Watch report outlined the severe human rights violations of the Mubarak regime between 1992 and 2000. By Bob Feldman | The Rag Blog | April 14, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in Egypt, Bob Feldman’s … finish reading Bob Feldman :
People’s History of Egypt, Part 21, Section 2, 1992-2000

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Bob Feldman :
A People’s History of Egypt, Part 21, Section 1, 1992-2000

The Mubarak government responds to Islamist violence with heavy-handed repression; the Muslim Brotherhood splinters; Egyptian poverty increases. By Bob Feldman | The Rag Blog | April 8, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in Egypt, Bob Feldman’s Rag Blog “people’s … finish reading Bob Feldman :
A People’s History of Egypt, Part 21, Section 1, 1992-2000

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Bob Feldman :
A People’s History of Egypt, Part 20, 1990-1992

The Mubarak regime, supported financially and militarily by the United States, was accused of serious human rights violations, including extensive use of torture. By Bob Feldman | The Rag Blog | March 26, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in … finish reading Bob Feldman :
A People’s History of Egypt, Part 20, 1990-1992

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Tom Hayden : Egypt is the Liberals’ Slaughterhouse

Egyptian military chief Gen Abdel Fattah al-Sisi speaks to the people after the coup. Photo from AP. Image from The Telegraph. Post-coup Egypt:The liberals’ slaughterhouse The Egyptian coup, for now, marks a dead end for political Islam, and a vindication … finish reading Tom Hayden : Egypt is the Liberals’ Slaughterhouse

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Harry Targ : Egypt, Popular Uprisings, and 21st Century Social Movements

Gamal Abdel Nasser emerged as a powerful charismatic figure in Middle East politics. Image from The Majalla. Egypt, popular uprisings, and complexityof 21st century social movements On one side are those who remember military coups supported by the United States … finish reading Harry Targ : Egypt, Popular Uprisings, and 21st Century Social Movements

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Lamar W. Hankins : Foreign Policy ‘By Any Means Necessary’

Holding hands: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak welcomes U.S. President George W. Bush to Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt on June 2, 2003. Photo from AP.By any means necessary:U.S. foreign policy is about getting our way History is rife with examples of U.S. … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins : Foreign Policy ‘By Any Means Necessary’

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Danny Schechter : Mummies and Dummies in Egypt

Cartoon from The English Blog.Mummies and dummies:The Egyptian crisis will only get deeperthanks to lurking economic disaster By Danny Schechter / The Rag Blog / February 9, 2011 The African journalist Nathanial Manheru chose a quote from French icon Andre … finish reading Danny Schechter : Mummies and Dummies in Egypt

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Tom Hayden : In Egypt and the Middle East, It All Falls Down

A protester burns a picture of Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak. Photo by Amr Abdallah Dalsh / Reuters.Egypt and the Middle East:It all falls downBy Tom Hayden / The Rag Blog / January 29, 2011 Sixty years of American foreign policy … finish reading Tom Hayden : In Egypt and the Middle East, It All Falls Down

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