Ed Koch Commentary: The Chickens Are Coming Home to Roost By EDWARD I. KOCH

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The chickens are coming home to roost in the Middle East.  The experts who supported the removal of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, e.g., The New York Times’ Tom Friedman and many others, are perhaps now wondering if they were right to do so. Hosni Mubarak was certainly an authoritarian ruler.  His government brooked little or no dissent; there was …

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Trend Alert:Egypt Welcomes New Boss – Same as Old Boss By Gerald Celente

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Kingston, NY — February 15, 2011 — The Egyptian people in Liberation Square celebrated, the world leaders weighed in, and the global media parroted the tale of “history in the making.” The big bad Hosni Mubarak has "listened to the voices of the Egyptian people" and has bowed to their demands to finally end his 30-year presidential rule. On February …

eHeziTrend Alert:Egypt Welcomes New Boss – Same as Old Boss By Gerald Celente

Reflections on Hosni Mubarak’s Resignation By Daniel Pipes

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First published by Lion's Den :: Daniel Pipes Blog   on February 11, 2011 with an update on February 12, 2011. It is reprinted with express permission: http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2011/02/reflections-on-hosni-mubarak-res Long gone are Egypt's revolutionary days of the 1950-60s, when Gamal Abdel Nasser dominated Middle Eastern politics by stirring the Arabic-speaking masses, forming unions with other countries, starting wars, exporting ideologies and songs, and deftly maneuvering …

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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.

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Turmoil in Egypt By Daniel Pipes

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First published by The Washington Times, February 1, 2011. Reprinted with express permission. As Egypt's much-anticipated moment of crisis arrived and popular rebellions shook governments across the Middle East, Iran stands as never before at the center of the region. Its Islamist rulers are within sight of dominating the region. But revolutions are hard to pull off and I predict …

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