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

After being left out in the cabinet - Egypt's Brotherhood calls for purge of old guard | Reuters

Elder of Ziyon: BBC declares Muslim Brotherhood "moderate." So it must be so.

Yemen president rejects demands he step down now  |

Yemen's president compares protests to 'influenza' -

Moroccan king holds firm after call for less power | World | Reuters

Gov't: 5 dead in bank burned by Morocco protesters -

Gunmen torch Iraqi TV station that showed protest,7340,L-4031390,00.html

China Blocks Coverage of Protests to Squelch Egypt-Style Revolt - Bloomberg

'Jasmine' protests in China fall flat -

Dobroyeutro Tarpley: #Mubarak Toppled by #CIA Because He Opposed US Plans for War with #Iran // #Jan25

Tunis march against Islamists, for harmony after Polish priest murdered | Analysis & Opinion |

Exiled Bahrain opposition leader to return home | Reuters

Interesting - Intel from Stratfor