Essential Reading to Understand The Headlines

Friday, January 28, 2011

Mubarak's Intensifying Tumultuous Week Continues As Israel and US Ponder the Future With Egyptian Ally

Mubarak Asks Egypt Government to Resign; Protesters Defy Curfew - Bloomberg

Israel concerned if Mubarak should fall - National Post

Possible Consequences for American-Egyptian-Israeli relationship

Biden: Mubarak Should Not Step Down -

U.S. Toughens Stance on Mubarak; Puts Egypt Aid Under Review

In careful words, White House praises ElBaradei and opposes house arrest - The Canadian Press

Clashes in Cairo Extend Arab World’s Days of Unrest -

Egypt Holds Opposition Leaders, Limits Internet Access to Thwart Protests - Bloomberg

Nobel Peace laureate and ex-IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei returns home, to join protests

Egyptian Nobel laureate ElBaradei in house arrest - Yahoo! News

Mubarak's defense minister bids for US backing in Washington

Muslim Brotherhood joins Egyptian protesters. Three cities locked down

Police threaten, swipe camera from CNN crew in Cairo -

SultanAlQassemi "Censoring some sites is one thing, but how has Egypt unplugged the internet entirely?" Following quotes from this link