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Violent Clashes in Tahrir Square between anti-government protestors and Mubarak supporters aiming to dismantle the protest

February 2, 2011
Violent Clashes in Tahrir Square between anti-government protestors and Mubarak supporters aiming to dismantle the protest

(Live from Tahrir Square) Violent Confrontations in Tahrir Square between Pro and anti Mubarak Protestors. The army has been neutral althought they have pledged to protect the Egyptian people. After the altercations escalated, the army two hours ago issued a statement asking the pro Mubarak supporters to stop the violence otherwise they will intervene...
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Mubarak wants a dignified exit before stepping down in september at the risk of angering the street even more

February 1, 2011
Mubarak wants a dignified exit before stepping down in september at the risk of angering the street even more

Few minutes ago, the Egyptian State Television “The Nile” just broadcasted live the statement of the  Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Everyone was waiting for this speech expecting the declaration of immediate departure or at least major concessions such as the dissolution of parliament. The major concession of the speech by Hosni Mubarak was his...
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Egyptians preparing a million man march tomorrow as Mubarak Refuses to step down

January 31, 2011

(Quick Press) The Protestors have called for a national strike and a million man march tomorrow february the 1st as Hosni Mubarak refuses to step down. The police is back on the streets and it seems that the tension with the crowd is gone. The army is in the streets too, a soldier said...
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Would the future elections favor a Secular State in Tunisia and Egypt?

January 31, 2011
Would the future elections favor a Secular State in Tunisia and Egypt?

The situation in Egypt and Tunisia is very delicate right now as to the political vacuum this change of regimes will bring forward. The major concern is that since no real secular opposition has been allowed in Egypt and Tunisia, we are facing today the comeback of the islamist to the political scene. Rached...
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The Egyptians in the face of Mubarak

January 30, 2011
The Egyptians in the face of Mubarak

(Quick Press) Some of the Reactions of the Egyptian protestors today ; ” I am Happy, i feel this the beginning of the rest of my life..” young Egyptian “.. This is a message to the United States, Stop feeding the Dragon! Mubarak has already bankrupted the country.. What is Mubarak waiting for.. He should...
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Is the Arab world ready for Democracy ?

January 30, 2011
Is the Arab world ready for Democracy ?

Recently, i had an interesting conversation with a European investor who happens to have a knowledge about North Africa, the middle East and Asia as his business, the exchange of commodities, includes markets such as Algeria, Libya, Iran and China. Although we somehow differ in our approach on these recent events in Tunisia and...
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Obama Calls Ben Ali a Dictator in the last State of the Union Address, Is Egypt Next ?

January 28, 2011
Obama Calls Ben Ali a Dictator in the last State of the Union Address, Is Egypt Next ?

Recently, at the State of the Union address, the President of the United States Barak Obama said the U.S. stands with the people of Tunisia and all people striving for democracy. The United States president said the will of the people in the North African country proved more powerful than the rule of a...
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La diplomatie française a-t-elle manqué le rendez-vous historique avec la Tunisie?

January 27, 2011
La diplomatie française a-t-elle manqué le rendez-vous historique avec la Tunisie?

C’est une question récurrente qui ne manque pas de secouer les bancs de l’Assemblée Nationale en France. Malgré les dernières valses de “mea culpa” que le gouvernement français ne cesse d’exécuter d’un pas très maladroit en justifiant tantôt le ménagement de Ben Ali, la complaisance et le retard à soutenir une démocratie tunisienne par...
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Les Oligarchies du monde arabe rempart ou tremplin à l’islamisme ?

January 26, 2011
Les Oligarchies du monde arabe rempart ou tremplin à l’islamisme ?

Les régimes dictatoriaux au Maghreb et dans le monde arabe ont été tolérés par les démocraties occidentales car prétendument un rempart contre l’islamisme. Ça n’a fait que donner un alibi à ces régimes. Ce n’est point un rempart mais plutôt un tremplin à l’islamisme ; en étouffant tous les courants démocratiques dans le pays,...
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Il faut que tout change pour que rien ne soit comme avant!

January 25, 2011
Il faut que tout change pour que rien ne soit comme avant!

La révolution tunisienne mérite un changement radical dans la manière de gouverner de “l’ancien régime”.. Le mur de la peur s’est effondré et le peuple tunisien ne compte point l’ériger à nouveau. L’acquis de cette révolution qui a eu l’effet d’un séisme, un séisme qui a secoué tous les régimes dictatoriaux dans le monde arabe et...
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