This video from the USA is called Chomsky on Egypt, Obama, Israel & Mubarak (U.S. Policy Supports Brutal Dictator).
Anderson Cooper talks to HuffPost about being attacked by pro-Mubarak mob in Egypt: here.
Who are these thugs sent in by Mubarak to attack democracy protesters? asks Egyptian author Adhaf Soueif: here.
Scientists join protests on streets of Cairo to call for political reform: here.
Egyptian Women Protest the Government Alongside the Men, Yet Few Images of Women: here.
Juan Cole, Truthdig: “A largely unheralded hero of the Egyptian revolution is a mild-mannered academic who endured imprisonment and then exile for daring to criticize the Mubarak family’s increasingly dynastic ambitions. Saad Eddin Ibrahim has spoken out forcefully on human rights and democracy for decades, and he is finally being vindicated. But his message that the United States needs to support democracy in the Arab world and put aside its paranoia about Muslim fundamentalist movements may be unpalatable to Washington’s elites”: here.
Marjorie Cohn, Truthout: “Barack Obama, like his predecessors, has supported Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to the tune of $1.3 billion annually, mostly in military aid. In return, Egypt minds US interests in the Middle East, notably providing a buffer between Israel and the rest of the Arab world. Egypt collaborates with Israel to isolate Gaza with a punishing blockade, to the consternation of Arabs throughout the Middle East. The United States could not have fought its wars in Iraq without Egypt’s logistical support”: here.
Chomsky compares Mubarak to Ceauşescu: here.