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Mohamed Hosni Mubarak

Date of Birth: 4/05/1928
Place of Birth: Kafr-El Meselha, Egypt


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The political stakes on YouTube

Mohamed Ahmed Mustafa el Dabi was head of Military Intelligence before replacing Nafi’e Ali Nafi’e as head of foreign intel after the 1995 assassination attempt, in Addis, on Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak (AC Vol 40 No 13, The National Islamic Front on parade and Blog 10th January 2012, Sudan’s man on a mission in Syria)...


Consolidation is the goal

The majority in Parliament will be made up of a coalition of loyalist parties buttressed by independents, a similar configuration to parliaments under ex-President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak...


Saving Field Marshal Omer

Readers will recall that Nafi’e was ‘sidelined’, at Cairo’s request, after the 1995 assassination attempt against Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak in Ethiopia...


A dam for all

Mohamed Nasreddin Allam, ex-President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak’s Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation in 2009-11, told AC that when he was Minister, Mubarak’s opinion was that he ‘rejected the whole dam scheme’ (AC Vol 51 No 17, The battle of the Nile)...


Smart bomb for subsidies

The government of ex-President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak conceived the scheme and ex-President Mohamed Mursi’s Muslim Brotherhood team developed it further...


Gulf states to the rescue

Since Mohamed Hosni Mubarak was forced out of the presidency in early 2011, real gross domestic product has grown at an annual average of just 1...


Neither military nor Mursi

It strongly rejects General Abdel Fatah Khalil el Sisi’s military regime, the remnants of Mohamed Hosni Mubarak’s regime and the Muslim Brotherhood...


After the crisis, the crackdown

It is also probable that the El Gamaa el Islamiya, a Muslim Brotherhood offshoot that fought an armed campaign against President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak’s regime in the 1980s-90s, will reactivate its armed units (AC Vol 51 No 1, Generational change)...

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Rebels with many causes

) to brand their campaign, is the allegation that they were manipulated by the intelligence services, big business and relics of the Mohamed Hosni Mubarak regime to help restore a quasi-dictatorship fostering neo-liberal economic policies for the benefit of a corrupt elite...


The agony and the ecstasy

While some in the opposition were nostalgic for the regime of ex-President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, more have always abhorred the Brotherhood’s approach to Islam and to the Islamisation of politics, which they see as regressive, absolutist and exclusionary...


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