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People:
Nationality: Egyptian(s)
Population: 82 million (2012)

Natural resources: Petroleum, natural gas, iron ore, phosphates, manganese, limestone, gypsum, talc, asbestos, lead, zinc.

Agriculture products: Cotton, rice, corn, wheat, beans, fruits, vegetables; cattle, water buffalo, sheep, goats.

Industries: Textiles, food processing, tourism, chemicals, hydrocarbons, construction, cement, metals.

Currency: Egyptian Pound (EGP)

“Israel Accepts Egypt Proposal To End Gaza Conflict”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/15

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“Egyptian court sentences Muslim Brotherhood leader to life in prison”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/06

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“Egypt prepares for ‘day of rage’ after protests across the country”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/04

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‘Egyptian revolution stolen from the people’

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/03

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“Al Jazeera News Director: Prison Terms for Journalists in Egypt Are Chilling Start to Sisi Era”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/01

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“The Al Jazeera Trio’s Ordeal In Egypt”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/06/25

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Desperate Egyption activists take the fight to Facebook ( يائسة إجبأيشن يأخذ نشط المعركة إلى فسبووك يائسة إجبأيشن يأخذ نشط المعركة إلى فسبووك Desperate Egyption activists take the fight to Facebook

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/04/08

Published on Apr 4, 2014
Journeyman Pictures

Egypt’s Facebook Face Off (2008) – See how Egypt’s youth are striving to make their voices heard, through the use of social media.

For over 27 years President Mubarak has ruled with an iron fist. With protests and strikes forbidden, activists are finding new ways to fight for democracy. Through Facebook, protestors can now find a voice.

“They are terrified of Facebook because it is new to them. It is something they can’t control.” Says democracy activist Nadia who was arrested at the recent April 6 strike. A recent campaign organised via Facebook, saw thousands refusing to work and several hundred campaigning on the streets. Ahmad Mehr, the creator of the Facebook-led strike was eventually arrested. “Just for the password they took my trousers off, he said ‘We can rape you, we can put a stick in”. They wanted to close the Facebook group, they wanted control over it”. He was released after providing a false password and now lives in hiding, “Everyone should be interested in politics. I think it is worth the trouble and being in prison for a month or two”. Filming their protests using mobile phones, then uploading them to the internet has inspired bolder political attacks from Egypt’s youth. Footage of Belal Diab heckling the Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif was uploaded onto You Tube. “I told him Egypt was sad, the flower of Egyptian youth was in detention, we want you to release the detainees of 6 April.”

Produced by SBS – Ref – 4069
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رأيت ينشر في أبريل – نيسان 4, 2014
يكون يكافح أن يجعل صوىهم يسمع, من خلال الإستعمال من
أوساط اجتماعيّة.

ل على 27 سنون قد حكم رئيس مبارك مع حديد قبضة. مع إحتجاجات وإضرابات يمنع, يجد نشط طرق جديدة أن يتنازع لديموقراطيّة. من خلال فسبووك, بروتستور يستطيع الآن وجدت صوة.

“أرعبت هم من فسبووك لأنّ هو يكون جديدة إلى هم. هو شيء هم يستطيع لا يضبط. “يقول ديموقراطيّة نشط نديا الذي كان أوقفت في الأخيرة أبريل – نيسان 6 إضراب. حملة أخيرة ينظّم عن طريق فسبووك, منشار آلاف يرفض أن يعمل و سفرل هوندرد يشترك على الشوارع. أوقفت أهمد مهر, المبتدعة من ال فسبووك-لد إضراب كان أخيرا. “فقط لالكلمة سرّ أخذ هم سراويلي باتّجاه آخر, هو قال ‘نحن يستطيع اغتصبت أنت, نحن يستطيع وضعت عصا في”. هم أرادوا أن يغلق فسبووك مجموعة, هم أراد تحكم على هو “. هو كان أطلقت بعد يزوّد كلمة سرّ زائفة والآن يعيش في يخفي, “كلّ شخص سوفت كنت راغبة في سياسة. أنا أفكّر ب وورث هو الاضطراب ويكون في سجن لشهر أو اثنان”. قد ألهم تصوير سينمائيّ إحتجاجاتهم يستعمل موبيل فون, بعد ذلك أوبلوأد هم إلى الإنترنت يبسل هجوم سياسيّة من مصر شباب. أوبلوأد قياس قدميّة بلل دياب يحفي الرئيس وزراء أحمد نزيف كان على أنت أنابيب. “قاله أنا مصر كان حزينة, الزهرة من شباب مصريّة كان في توقيف, نحن يريد أنت أن يطلق المعتقلات من 6 أبريل – نيسان.”

ينتج ب سبس – مرجع – 4069
Desperate Egyption activists take the fight to Facebook
مصر فسبووك وجه باتّجاه آخر (2008) – كيف مصر شباب

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Egypt’s Persecution of Al-Jazeera Has a Shocking Precedent in Spain

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/01/31

Published on Jan 30, 2014
Journeyman Pictures

Silencing Al-Jazeera? (2005): Egypt’s junta has outdone Hosni Mubarak by putting Al-Jazeera journalists on trial for terrorism. This film takes a look at the motivations behind Spain’s earlier trial and imprisonment of Taysir Alluni, an Al-Jazeera journalist who got the first post-9/11 interview with Osama bin Laden, thereby attracting the ire of Western governments.

Al Jazeera has frequently been denounced by the White House as a mouth piece for terrorists. So is the imprisonment of its star reporter, Taysir Alluni, yet another attack on the channel?

“It amounts to persecution — an attack on freedom of the press”, complains Taysir Alluni’s lawyer. Ever since the War on Terror began, Al Jazeera has attracted the wrath of the US. Its offices in Baghdad and Kabul have been shelled, journalists killed and staff are currently banned from reporting in Iraq. But it’s the arrest of its reporter, Taysir Alluni, that may do most to shape the way terrorism is reported. Four years ago, Alluni scooped a world exclusive by interviewing Bin Laden. Now, he’s been sentenced to seven years imprisonment for collaborating with terrorists. “In order to obtain the benefits he did, he was of assistance to Al Qaeda”, claims the prosecutor. But his family refute all allegations and claim the people he is accused of collaborating with aren’t even members of Al Qaeda. “Is reaching Bin Laden a crime for a journalist?” questions one supporter. Other journalists are worried about the precedent Alluni’s prosecution sets. “This trial makes our lives much more difficult”, states Al Jazeera news editor Ahmed Sheik. “It is a very dangerous, very negative precedent.”

SBS – Ref. 2884

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Water Wars: Land snatched from Syria supplies third of Israel’s H2O

Posted by quemela on 2014/01/07

Published on Jan 7, 2014 RT

Water is life, so they say, but rivalry over supplies can lead to bitter conflicts. You can see here that, since the mid-20th century, the planet’s seen nearly 180 conflicts connected to water resources. These include both small and large-scale clashes – a lot of them in the Middle East and Africa. So, it might surprise you to hear that it’s water – rather than oil – that could be what’s fought over in the coming years in the region. Paula Slier reports now from Israel.

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Egypt arrests four Al Jazeera journalists

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2013/12/31

Published on Dec 30, 2013

Four television journalists have been arrested in Cairo after the Egypt government accused their network of broadcasting illegally in the country. Nathan Frandino reports.

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