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Egypt's jailed former leader Hosni Mubarak could be freed from one prison and confined to another of sorts, as the country's interim prime minister said Thursday that the deposed leader should be placed on immediate house arrest.
After more than a dozen death threats, longtime Egyptian journalist Mohamed Gohar decided he finally had to leave his Cairo home for Canada.
The Muslim Brotherhood — battered in Egypt and losing popularity in some Arab countries — remains a political force across the Middle East and North Africa where the Islamist group is the main beneficiary of Arab Spring protests that have toppled entrenched dictatorships since 2010.
Jailed ex-Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak will go free, a court ruled Wednesday, and judicial spokespeople said he may be back on the streets before the end of the week.
Saudi Arabia's surprising decision to support Egypt's military leaders in their bloody crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood has split the Arab world in two.
Ever since President Obama came to office, his administration has cultivated relations with, legitimated, emboldened, empowered, funded and even armed the Muslim Brotherhood.
Hosni Mubarak, the former longtime leader of Egypt, will be a free man within 48 hours, his attorney predicted, after a court on Monday acquitted him of corruption charges.
Egypt's crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood supporters risks driving the Islamist movement back toward the violent extremism it renounced decades ago, analysts said Thursday as security forces spent a second day fighting protesters who torched government buildings, churches and police stations.
Is the removal of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi a good thing? The jury is still out. Unfortunately, the actions of the Egyptian military in trying to quell the continued disturbances and protests by Mr. Morsi's followers are further muddying the waters.