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Over 25 Million Voters – Mostly Invisible!

Even before the 1st round of the so-called Egyptian Presidential Elections, many (myself included) had called for a boycott, many others called for invalidating ballots. However, because many…

Blame The Brotherhood

There’s a storm brewing across Egypt. The last scene of the first Act is coming to bear on us, and the actors are mostly in place, and the…

The Brotherhood Just Can’t Win

The MB are helping BURY the revolution. Rather than cooperate in forming a Civil Council – as we have been suggesting for more than a year and a…

Stunned By Shafiq? Really?

I’m in AWE of so-called revolutionaries who are ‘stunned’ by Shafiq’s ‘sudden’ rise. The regime that regularly gave Mubarak 99.9% of the votes would have absolutely NO trouble…

We Actually Won The Elections! Time to Act!

And now, after most of the polling results are in, a few things are clear: First – I do not consider the elections a final battle that the…

The Elections are a Trap

The Military Dialogue

I went to the nearby election committee today, but not to vote. I went and I saw the long queues of voters, people whose right to vote, whose…

Boycotting the Elections

“Alas,” said the mouse, “the whole world is growing smaller every day. At the beginning it was so big that I was afraid, I kept running and running,…

Sultans and Scarves

Three weeks ago, an Egyptian Muslim mother and wife, four months with child, was stabbed to death in Dresden, the civilian city bombed to the ground by the…