Cairo — ANHRI demands the Military Council and the Ministry of the Interior to immediately release the demonstrators who were detained on 1 October at Tahrir square, condemning the ongoing use of excessive force and repression in dispersal of the protesters who tried to sit-in following the one million march of “reclaiming the revolution”: here.
Cairo — The Supreme Military Court of Appeal has postponed the hearing considering the appeal filed by the blogger Mikael Nabil Sanad in the case No. 18 for the year 2011 – the Military Prosecutor Administration, to 11 October 2011: here.
Egyptian Workers Denounce Military Regime: here.
The head of Egypt’s ruling junta claimed on Wednesday that the army has no interest in staying in power for long – but insisted that the military council would not step down until it had “fulfilled its commitments”: here.
This video from the USA is called Occupy Wall Street Continues.
Fox News Offers Wall Street Protester an Interview but Doesn’t Air It After He Slams Fox. Zaid Jilani, ThinkProgress: “LaGreca offered an eloquent defense of the protests and [mentioned] growing economic inequality in the United States, and scolded the Fox staffer for his network’s role as a far-right ‘propaganda machine.’ LaGreca noted Fox’s parent corporation was under investigation by the Department of Justice and that the network was ‘wasting time’ on subjects such as President Obama’s birth certificate and Solyndra. The Fox producer promised LaGreca he would ‘put any message you want out there, to give you fair coverage,’ yet when the show was aired Wednesday, the footage was nowhere to be found”: here.
Nobel laureate Stiglitz joins Wall Street protest: here.
Is JP Morgan Getting a Good Return on $4.6 Million “Gift” to NYC Police? (Like Special Protection from OccupyWallStreet?): here.
The demonstrations on Wall Street are beginning to attract broader popular support. They are part of the growing opposition in the United States and internationally to the policies of the banks and their political representatives: here.
Protesters continued to occupy Manhattan’s financial district yesterday in defiance of Saturday’s mass arrests and expanded their protest against corporate greed to cities around the country: here.
Wall Street occupation inspires resistance across the US: here.
New York City’s billionaire mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has endorsed the police operation in which some 700 peaceful protesters were arrested Saturday on the Brooklyn Bridge: here.