The sham trial of former Egyptian dictator Mubarak has ended with his acquittal, despite the fact that he is obviously guilty of mass murder. Has fate condemned Egypt to permanent dictatorship or can democracy prevail?
Our "friends" such as the Egyptian coup leaders consistently fuel the anti-Western hatred that is central to the ISIS-style terror narrative. So in what sense are these governments our "friends"? We don't know what we're doing
Egypt's broken criminal justice system has confirmed death sentences on 183 political opponents and sentenced journalists to years in prison on trumped up charges. The trials were a joke, but the punishments are deadly serious
Are Egypt’s Christians again fated to watch their nation take one step forward only to take another one right back -- the inevitable outcome of a worldview that tries to articulate itself through Islamic terms?
There is much evidence that Egypt, while far from becoming a Western-style democracy, is now on a better path -- certainly than under the Muslim Brotherhood. But in the New York Times, that reality doesn't fit the narrative
The Western supported dictatorship in Egypt has shown its true colours with the death sentences handed to 529 mostly innocent people. No Egyptian will be surprised that there is no justice in their country
Almost certainly a political miracle rather than a medical one, Egypt's claim to have an instant cure for HIV and Hepatitis shows the lengths the coup leaders will go for legitimacy (UPDATE LINKED IN SECOND PARAGRAPH)
We've been sold another lie about the Middle East. This time it's the lie that the leaders of the coup in Egypt are our friends. They're not. They hate us, and use their media to propagate lies about us