Topic: Ayman Nour
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's conviction led to large protests by Egyptians worried it will be overturned on appeal, and the Muslim Brotherhood positioning itself to win the presidency.
Coptic Christians in Egypt, already dealing with a massacre, are now contending with the state-run version of events, which has convinced many Egyptians that Christians were at least partially responsible for the violence.
10/11/2011 06:16 pm
At least 12 protesters were reportedly killed today in demonstrations across Syria, where greater instability could alter the balance of power in the Middle East.
04/01/2011 03:55 pm
Syria protests are gathering steam, fueled by a cycle of violence, misinformation, and small concessions on the part of the government.
03/27/2011 12:15 pm
Syria protests continued for a third day in Deraa with security forces reportedly using tear gas and firing live ammunition to disperse demonstrators. Eyes are now turning to the restive Kurdish population.
03/20/2011 09:23 pm
In 1187, Jerusalem was engulfed by an angry, surging Muslim sea. Today, revolution in the Arab world – particularly in Egypt – is making Israel anxious.
02/17/2011 10:08 am
Just five days after toppling Mubarak, Egypt's protest leaders are split on how to proceed. Some say the military is pursuing a 'divide and conquer' strategy.
02/16/2011 11:13 am
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said tonight that he will not step down. But he says some powers will be transferred to his vice president, Omar Suleiman. Protesters in Cairo are angry that their demands are not being met.
02/10/2011 04:24 pm
Outside opposition groups had called for protests in Syria over the weekend. Why did only security forces and hopeful journalists show up?
02/06/2011 09:21 am
Cairo protesters are planning a huge rally Tuesday. It is not certain they will rally around Mohammed ElBaradei or opposition groups.
01/31/2011 05:36 pm