Selasa, 08 Februari 2011

Ikhwanul Muslimin Threatens to Stop Dialogue with Government

The protesters who barricaded in Tahrir Square in the heart of Cairo has vowed to stay until Mubarak stopped. They still hope that the action that has been held for two weeks in the road it will collect a lot of the masses again on Tuesday and Thursday.

Because many youth are disillusioned and rejected political dialogue that has been done. United States (U.S.) has urged all parties to be patient for the sake of an orderly transition in the Egyptian political order over the decades has become a strategic ally.

But Mubarak demonstrators worried when he left he would not be replaced by democracy they want. Instead they will be led again by an authoritarian ruler. The opposition has called for an amendment to the constitution for the legal basis elections free and fair presidential, presidential term limits, the dissolution of parliament, the legal basis for exemption sekaligu for political prisoners and the abolition of emergency law.

Islam Flourishing Among Latinos Ethnic in the United States

On a hot summer day last year, Stefani Tinsel, girl Latino (Hispanic), to be different. Unlike her friends who wore a short cut to avoid the heat, female workers in West New York, NJ, is actually wearing a long shirt, plus headgear. Yes, he decided to scarf after bersyahadat some time earlier.

Tinsel, 19, who converted to Islam more than a year ago, still trying to adjust themselves to certain habits. Headscarves in the summer, is not without challenges for him. "I still consider how friends and family will see me," he said. "They look at us like," Why is he wearing it, is not so hot '. "But, he said, he ventured to change. "I do this for God, and one day I will be rewarded for what I do."

There are immediate benefits of wearing a hijab, she said. "Not being harassed by men as much as before veiled when walking in the street. Tinsel is not alone as a Hispanic woman who become converts. The amount is now quite a lot, but no official figures are mentioned. Because the U.S. Census Bureau does not collect information about religion.

Kamis, 03 Februari 2011

Egyptian Prime Minister Apologizes, Invites Ikhwanul Muslimin Dialogue

Ahmad Shafiq, Egypt's new prime minister sworn in, apologized for the violence in Tahrir Square. He said it should not happen again. Just as the vice president's call Omar Suleiman, he also said that Mubarak's call to resign was "unacceptable", but said that dialogue with all of the opposition will begin. When asked if this included Ikhwanul Muslimin, the banned political activities in Egypt, Shafiq said, "Nobody will be excluded from the dialogue. "

Egyptian Cabinet has previously denied that he has been instrumental in mobilizing support Mubarak to attack pro-democracy demonstrators in Tahrir Square. "To accuse the government of mobilizing this is a real fiction. That would defeat our goal to restore calm," said Magdy Rady, the cabinet spokesman told Reuters news agency.

Dollar Rise Causes Chaos Egypt

United States Dollar extend gains on Thursday local time, because the chaos Egypt showed no signs of ending and European central banks reduce inflation rhetoric about the euro zone. At 2200 GMT (05:00 Friday GMT), the euro was at 1.3630 dollars against 1.3808 dollars late on Wednesday. The dollar also rose slightly against the Japanese currency, trading at 81.59 from 81.54 the previous day. 

In addition to violent protests Egypt, which has prompted several flight to the dollar, the main impetus for euro weakness and dollar strength is an indication of the European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet that the bank is less worried about inflation than before - and that the rate hike will come in end of the year. 

After the ECB policy meeting, Trichet said in a statement that "price developments will remain in line with price stability over the relevant policy. "But he added, on the European economy, that "the risk of the economic outlook is still slightly skewed to the downside."

Rabu, 02 Februari 2011

Demonstrators Sure Screenplay by Mubarak's Massacre

Tahrir Square really put up a field of slaughter, slaughter this scenario, "shouted one demonstrator, when interviewed by reporters. Around 1,500 anti-government period were injured and one killed. Ambulance who want to help the victim, was attacked also by the mass pro-Mubarak.

Now, the two warring camps that were camping in Tahrim Square. Witnesses said thousands of supporters - expected in part is not uniformed police - pro-Mubarak, arming themselves with sticks and knives, to enter the square. Opposition groups say Mubarak has sent thugs to suppress anti-government protests.

One of Al Jazeera's correspondent said the army seemed to facilitate the clashes. Although initially they create a posse to prevent a surprise attack, but then their acts of omission and making anti-government protesters win battle against Mubarak supporters.

Ambulance Continues Roar in Cairo, 1,500 Pro Mass Mubarak Injured

At least three people believed to have been killed and more than 1,500 were injured in clashes between demonstrators and anti-government pro-Mubarak in Cairo, capital of Egypt. The protesters from both sides clashed on Wednesday camped in Tahrir Square, the center of opposition demonstrations over the last nine days of this gathering.

An Al Jazeera correspondent reported from outside the field early in the morning local time, said dozens of pro-Mubarak supporters had set up barricades on both sides of the road, trapping pro-democracy supporters. They collect the stones, breaking street lights and use balaclavas to cover their faces, apparently in preparation for a fresh standoff with a crowd of pro-democracy. Ambulances continued to roar on the streets of Cairo. In hospitals, ambulances coming and going every 10 minutes.

Selasa, 01 Februari 2011

Mubarak: I Stay Egyptian President

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak finally appeared on local television. In a live broadcast, said Mubarak would not run in Egypt's elections in September 2011. He said, "For that, I still will work as President in the coming months to make the process of peaceful transition of power. "While assuring the people, Mubarak said, "I do this step after all these years I led the Egyptians. It's for people that I love." 

Mubarak also expressed wishes to terminate his position as President of Egypt in an atmosphere of peace without violence. According to him, the turmoil of recent days occurred in Egypt ridden by his political enemies. Mubarak said, "I've always keeping rules, and respect the rules." He added, "Let kedepankan dialogue and discussion on current issues."