Monday, May 23, 2005
Brotherhood for Democracy
Sunday, May 22, 2005
Attack Suspect Dies Suspiciously
Election Boycotts, Arrests and Support
Tuesday, May 17, 2005
"Of course, it's unheard of that the son of a president would become a
president," Nazif joked in a clear reference to Bush.
Perhaps it’s fair enough. The writers and their audience are getting acquainted with a new world, iced with something as exotic as a well spoken PM from far away Egypt. They will learn. Remember though that each time we’re put aside and treated differently, we’re also reduced to something of less importance.
Suzi, have you noticed, I’m really getting into politics!
Monday, May 16, 2005
No Torture in PM’s Egypt
"You don't tolerate that. But it happens sometimes," Nazief said.
"And we sometimes have to [excuse] the security forces, who are really
responsible for making our lives safer."
250 Signatures Not Required
Corrupt & Expired
Friday, May 13, 2005
Egyptian Eye on Martha Stewart
There must be more to it than meets the eye. It is obvious that she
must have crossed some red line and was set up. Someone must have tapped her
phone and overheard a disparaging remark about President Bush or his family. We
are confident President Bush is grooming one of his daughters to take over after
his second term; Mrs. Stewart found out and talked to someone about the
One more quote, because it’s hilarious:
Our security forces out here believe the Americans did not handle
this the smart way. They even allowed the ungrateful woman access to a lawyer.
Had they asked for some advice on planting some additional charges, we have a
full course on that in our police academy.
Un-heavenly Blast Attack
Brotherhood, Not a Party
Referendum Rather than Election
“Rejection would be seen as an admission that Egyptian elections do not meet
international standards. Acceptance could expose electoral practices that human
rights groups say include stuffing ballot boxes, arresting opposition organisers
and using police to intimidate voters.”