Mubarak

In the months after Hosni Mubarak stepped down as president it seemed as though some invisible force was trying to turn what had been a peaceful revolution into a deeply divided and violent one. There were riots, assassinations and acts of arson; all committed by unknown perpetrators.
"That's why we need to drive back before it gets dark." Muslims believe that the very gates of Heaven are opened up during
The revolution and its aftermath taught us all - the revolutionary generation - how to care about others whom we don't even
CAIRO -- I had a dream like any other Egyptian. I lived through the unforgettable moment when Mubarak was obliged to cede the throne. I was waiting for a new Egypt, for a different future to come. Now, we are living through the worst moments Egypt has ever lived. Yet even in this complex reality, we still have hope.
Egyptian courts have allowed alleged perpetrators of killings and torture from security agencies to walk free, sometimes without ever appearing in court, while relatives of those killed by police brutality suffer in silence.
The prospect that 86-year-old Mubarak would walk free sparked both celebration and despair. While the courtroom erupted in
"We urge the authorities to ensure that all those who are responsible for human rights violations ... face justice in line
In Tahir Square, the symbolic heart of the revolt that ousted Mubarak, two people were killed and nine were wounded on Saturday
Clearly, Ferguson is not Gaza, or Bahrain, or Egypt. As many activists in those countries would note, the situations are simply not in the same category in terms of scale, severity, or political context. But no one should be satisfied merely with the fact that there is less tear gas and deadly police violence in the United States than in authoritarian countries.
"The situation in Egypt in terms of the objective, day-to-day circumstances of living, have been difficult for a long time and they became more difficult after the revolution and removal of Mubarak. But returning to the security state is precisely the wrong answer."
T he sentiment of "Apres moi le deluge" could easily be applied to the Middle East. Gaddafi, Hussein have fallen, along with
How and why did such a bizarre u-turn in the revolutionary process lead former revolutionaries to defend the reversal of their own victory?
The vast majority of Egyptians killed since the coup have been unarmed protesters who were struck down with American-made weapons by soldiers transported in American-made vehicles provided by the American taxpayer.
CAIRO, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Deposed Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak will be put under house arrest, the prime minister's office
The U.S. has the power to help calm the situation by stopping military aid and by sincerely condemning violence against Egyptian protesters. But many are lobbying Washington to turn a blind eye to what is happening in strategically important Egypt.
Frank Wisner joins HuffPost Live to discuss former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's release.
Mubarak, 85, was arrested after a popular uprising overthrew him on Feb. 11, 2011 as unrest spread across the Arab world
For all intents and purposes, the Arab Spring is dead. The Arab Winter has officially arrived.
Mubarak turns 85 just days before the retrial. Mubarak stunned many Egyptians when he appeared last Saturday at the opening
Mubarak, 84, has spent the maximum legal time of two years in detention since being charged with former interior minister