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Egyptian opposition activists shout anti-Muslim brotherhood slogans as anti-riot soldiers, not shown, prevent them from getting close to the Shura Council, the upper house of Parliament, during a protest against the new judicial law in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, May 25, 2013.
5 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
Egypt 's highest court ruled on Saturday that parts of a revised election law setting out terms for a parliamentary election were unconstitutional, casting fresh doubt over a poll that has already been delayed.
By Victor Davis Hanson Syndicated Columnist Remember when President Obama used to warn Syria's Bashar al-Assad to stop his mass killing and step down? Muammar Gadhafi's dictatorship had then just collapsed under Western bombing.
A man takes a picture of a mural of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi and with Arabic words that reads "Leave" on the wall of the presidential palace in Cairo .
CAIRO , May 24, 2013 On May 23, 2013, seven soldiers were abducted at the Rafah borders between Egypt and Israel.
Egyptians are angry at attacks on their army and dignity in the peninsula, but Morsi is ideologically close to the terrorists and does not want to open a new front while trying to defuse the opposition to his gov't. There was a happy ending for the six policemen and the soldier kidnapped last week in the Sinai Peninsula .
I must admit, when Mohamed Morsi was announced as the new president of Egypt, I breathed a sigh of relief.
But in the two years that followed, as Arab Spring turned to Arab Winter, and Egyptians fell under the rule of the oppressive new government of Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, the world has looked away.
U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington September 1, 2010.
Seven Egypt ian soldiers, kidnapped by Jihadist Movement last week, were released on Wednesday morning safe and sound, reflecting improved cooperation between the presidency and the army, said analysts.
31, 1996 file photo, Islamic militants await their verdict as Egyptian policemen sit on guard in a court in Cairo.
Egypt presidency faces hard choices over kidnapped soldiers: Analysts Nada Hussein Rashwan, Ahram Online, Sunday 19 May 2013 Four days after kidnapping of seven soldiers in Egypt's restless Sinai Peninsula, President Morsi appears to be mulling a number of unpalatable options, analysts say As the state continues to mull ways of securing the release ... (more)
The deputy speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council on Wednesday said that Palestinians do not intervene in the internal affairs of Egypt.
This image made from video broadcast on Egyptian State Television shows members of the Egyptian security forces after their release by kidnappers, in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
Egyptian troops and police mistakenly fired on a Bedouin funeral in the Sinai Peninsula on Tuesday, security officials said, in the opening salvo of a sweep searching for security personnel kidnapped by suspected militants.