#Jan 25

A portion of Amy Goodman's interview with Prof. Vijay Prashad, giving background on Obama's Special Envoy to Egypt Frank Wisner who over the weekend said Mubarak should stay. A decidedly off-script moment for the administration, who quickly distanced Read more...
The folks at <a href="http://www.kharabeesh.com">Kharabeesh.com</a> have a simple explanation for Hosni Mubarak's intransigence: he's very high. Read more...
Bill Maher tried out his best Bill O'Reilly impersonation last night with guest Mona Eltahawy, Egyptian-born journalist and a leading advocate for the current uprising. Read more...
Tamer Shaaban's video, a snapshot of the Egypt protests on Jan. 25, has accumulated nearly 2 million views on YouTube. Read more...
Some early reporting from Al Jazeera after the violence overnight in Cairo. Violence escalates in Cairo square : Bursts of heavy gunfire aimed at anti-government demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir Square, left at least five people dead and Read more...

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An Egyptian woman gives her graphic firsthand account of the violence unleashed by Mubarak's regime. <a href="http://jilliancyork.com/">Jillian York</a> supplies us with a partial transcript of Mona Seif's horrifying ordeal. Read more...
Mona Eltahawy on Democracy Now this morning discussing the Egyptian Revolution. Read more...
Though Egypt has had its Internet services shut down for nearly a week Egyptians are still finding ingenious ways to get their message out. Read more...
<em> Democracy Now!</em> senior producer Sharif Abdel Kouddous is in Egypt and shares his thoughts on what he's seen there, the transformation of a country he once knew. Read more...
So did Fran Townsend (former Homeland Security Advisor under George Bush) just admit we sent (via rendition) detainees to Egypt to be tortured? Read more...