Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Medical Writing Institute click here

MJoTAtalks click here

Emerald Pademelon Press LLC click here

Peace Scientists click here

Dr Susanna loves the countries and the peoples of Africa

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Bookmark and Share
Egypt in chaos click here

The Arab Republic of Egypt

News feeds from Daily News Egypt
Map and flag above, Wikipedia.

Photograph below, (c) at the Clinton Global Initiative forum in New York, Sep 2012.

News feed from New York Times

Latest Top (10) News

A Video Journalist Wrestles With the Candor of an Egyptian Woman
The first time Esraa and I spoke, she was nervous. But as she relaxed and I began achieving the much-coveted “fly on the wall” status, I grew nervous.

Egypt Is Failing to Deal With Its Sinai Insurgency
President Sisi, like his predecessors, thinks brutality will defeat militants. It won’t.

Emiratis Arrest Egyptian Presidential Candidate Ahmed Shafik, Lawyer Says
The authorities planned to deport Mr. Shafik, who has been living in the United Arab Emirates, back to Egypt, his lawyer said. He could face treason charges.

Ex-General Says U.A.E. Blocks His Return to Egypt to Run for President
Ahmed Shafik, who narrowly lost the 2012 election, released a video accusing the United Arab Emirates of preventing him from leaving the country to campaign again for the presidency.

In Egypt, Furious Retaliation but Failing Strategy in Sinai
One of the most striking aspects of the carnage at a Sinai mosque: How easy it was for militants to carry it out.

In Snub to U.S., Russia and Egypt Move Toward Deal on Air Bases
Moscow and Cairo signed a preliminary agreement that would give Russia its deepest presence in Egypt since Soviet times.

Motives in Egypt’s Deadliest Terrorist Attack: Religion and Revenge
After 311 people were killed in a packed mosque in a small Sinai town, residents said the attack was probably payback for their cooperation with Egyptian security forces.

Number of Jailed Journalists Hits Record High, Advocacy Group Says
The Committee to Protect Journalists identified 262 journalists imprisoned for their journalism as of Dec. 1. More than half were in Turkey, China or Egypt.

She Wants Independence. In Egypt, That Can Be Dangerous.
Esraa is looking to rent an apartment with her friends. In Egypt, where personal freedom can be routinely compromised in the name of religion, family and country, that makes her a rebel. Like many in her generation, she is gasping for change. Can she win?

To the World, They Are Muslims. To ISIS, Sufis Are Heretics.
Hundreds of people have been killed inside Sufi mosques in the past year by militants. To ISIS, not one of them was considered a Muslim.