Essential Reading to Understand The Headlines

Monday, February 21, 2011

Arab Uprising Fallout: Muslim Brotherhood Scorned Wants More Gov't Change While Yemeni and Moroccan Leaders Hang on to Power And Radicals Have Some Homecoming

Muslim Brotherhood not offered place in Egyptian cabinet http://reut.rs/hlfMX0

After being left out in the cabinet - Egypt's Brotherhood calls for purge of old guard | Reuters http://reut.rs/dSK0Dk

Elder of Ziyon: BBC declares Muslim Brotherhood "moderate." So it must be so. http://bit.ly/eX07iq

Yemen president rejects demands he step down now  | ajc.com http://bit.ly/i94Xrh

Yemen's president compares protests to 'influenza' - CNN.com http://bit.ly/hIAsSr

Moroccan king holds firm after call for less power | World | Reuters http://bit.ly/fF2WGJ

Gov't: 5 dead in bank burned by Morocco protesters - USATODAY.com http://usat.ly/gwAZF8

Gunmen torch Iraqi TV station that showed protest http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4031390,00.html

China Blocks Coverage of Protests to Squelch Egypt-Style Revolt - Bloomberg http://bloom.bg/hoidY2

'Jasmine' protests in China fall flat - CNN.com http://bit.ly/fHT7SE

Dobroyeutro Tarpley: #Mubarak Toppled by #CIA Because He Opposed US Plans for War with #Iran // #Jan25 http://fb.me/Ss8m5L9B

Tunis march against Islamists, for harmony after Polish priest murdered | Analysis & Opinion | http://reut.rs/fpi7pX

Exiled Bahrain opposition leader to return home | Reuters http://reut.rs/fXAQpn

Interesting - Intel from Stratfor http://bit.ly/ezwpvt