By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The trappings of a determined protest movement — chanting, flags and raised fists — fill Tahrir Square, the hard-won enclave of those who seek a new Egypt. But some there fear an enemy in their midst.
Sudan's south accused the northern army of carrying out an airstrike on an army base in southern Sudan on Wednesday in an attempt to derail a Jan. 9 referendum on southern independence.
A recently released Egyptian blogger who served the longest prison term in the Arab world for his writings said Wednesday that jail was a "cruel experience" but his views remain unchanged.
A prominent Egyptian blogger jailed for four years for writings deemed insulting to Islam and for calling President Hosni Mubarak "a symbol of tyranny" has been released, his brother said Wednesday.
"One police officer was beating me up then tried to force me to smile while filming me with his mobile," he said.
"If I go back in time, I will not change a bit. I have no regret," he said.