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‘Victory within reach of Egypt protesters’

February 4, 2011 Leave a comment

Anti-government protesters take part in Friday Prayers at Liberation Square in Cairo February 4, 2011. The massive anti-government protests across Egypt are “gaining momentum” and will yield results in less than a week, says a professor at American University of Beirut.     Read more…

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EU warns Egypt against using force

February 4, 2011 Leave a comment
European Union leaders have called on the incumbent Egyptian government to refrain from the use of violence against peaceful protestors.    Read more…
Categories: Egypt, Islam, Middle East, political

Why Westerm powers prevent Democracy in Arab world

March 24, 2010 Leave a comment

It may seem inacceptable for many people, but this a reality that western powers firmly block the way of democracy in Arab nations like Jordan, Saudi arabia, Kwait, Egypt, Bahrain … In fact western powers support the absolute Arab dictators to suppress democratic movements.
Why the west never supports democracy in Arab nations? Because they think democracy is against their economical and political interests. But dictator rulers can satisfy western interest. But in the long term they are wrong…

Elbaradei will win Egypt presidency

March 14, 2010 Leave a comment

It is a strong wish for me as an Iranian and many other people in the world to see Elbaradei as the president of Egypt. I am sure in a true election he will win. his presidency will free Egypt of the dictatorship of Mobarak and maybe it will have a strong impact on the democracy trend in the Middle East and the Arab and Islam world.
Esfandiar Khodaee from Iran

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ElBaradei: Youth can change undemocratic Egypt

February 28, 2010 Leave a comment

Former UN nuclear watchdog chief Mohamed ElBaradei, a potential candidate for presidency in Egypt, says the country will only change through the young, report says. “If Egypt were going to change, it is going to change through the young people,” he told Reuters. “I believe the current system is not free and fair, and, whoever would run under the current system, I would make it very clear that this is not democracy as it should be,” he added in the report published Saturday. Read more…

Categories: Egypt, Middle East

Hamas and democracy in Palestine

January 29, 2009 Leave a comment

By: Esfandiar Khodaee

56586588568Hamas really represents the Palestine nation in a clear democratic way. Nobody can deny the fact that Hamas democratically won the public election about two years ago. Yet the UN and the west and even some Arab nations do not make any political relations with Hamas.

Hamas and Palestinian people have experienced loneliness for 60 years. Now and in the 22 day war they learnt the great fact that the key of their victory is in their own hand. And they should depend on themselves and their own resistance not the timid Arab governments or the United Nation.

Kazakhstan interests in grain export to Egypt

October 10, 2008 Leave a comment

CA-NEWS (KZ) – Kazakhstan interests in grain export to Egypt. About this fact Nursultan Nazarbayev President of Kazakhstan informed Plenipotentiary and Extraordinary Ambassadors on Wednesday at the ceremony of credentials presentation, reported Kazakstan Today.

Partnership in area of public health services, pharmaceutics and interbank communications is rapidly developing between two countries.

Abdullah Al-Arnusi Ambassador of Egypt in Kazakhstan hoped that mutual relations between Kazakhstan and Egypt would become stronger.