MIDDLE EAST FORUM: El-Sissi Takes the Reins – 3 Big Things to Know about Egypt’s New Pharaoh By Dr. RAYMOND STOCK

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On Sunday June 8, 2014, Egypt’s former defense minister, Field Marshal Abdel Fattah el-Sissi, was inaugurated as the sixth president–a de facto pharaoh, though chosen by the people–of the oldest nation-state on earth. As expected, Egyptians overwhelmingly voted May 26-28 to elect him to lead the country, which he as ruled indirectly since overthrowing his predecessor, Mohammad Morsi of the Muslim …

eHeziMIDDLE EAST FORUM: El-Sissi Takes the Reins – 3 Big Things to Know about Egypt’s New Pharaoh By Dr. RAYMOND STOCK

Sherif Awad and Azza al-Husseini on Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris – March 13, 2014 @ 10 a.m.

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The “Featured” BlogTalk Radio programWestchester On the Level with Narog and Aris is this week host to Luxor Film Festival Curator Sherif Awad, and Luxor African Film Festival Board Trustee Member Azza al-Husseini, both engaged in the frenetic last days facilitating the opening of the March 16-24 cinema extravaganza in Cairo, Egypt. The radio show begins at 10 a.m. with Hezi Aris your …

eHeziSherif Awad and Azza al-Husseini on Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris – March 13, 2014 @ 10 a.m.

Read The Westchester Guardian – April 19, 2012 Edition

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Breaking News: Egyptian President Mubarak Steps Down after 30 Years

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The BBC report “crowds erupted in cheers across the country after the president of 30 years made his statement after an 18-day-old revolt and mounting international pressure for him to step down.

eHeziBreaking News: Egyptian President Mubarak Steps Down after 30 Years

Ed Koch Movie Reviews: “Cairo Time” BY Edward I. Koch

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Movie Review:  “Cairo Time” (-) August 16, 201 Most critics gave this picture a good review, which is why I went to see it.  In my opinion, their assessments were overstated.  The film is like a charlotte russe – mostly air and little substance. The movie is a travelogue set in Cairo.  Juliette (Patricia Clarkson) is seeking to visit her …

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