Egyptians

By IndepthAfrica
In Comoros
Mar 18th, 2013
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This piece is my reflection on Prof. Alemayehu G/Mariam`s (Al Mariam) recent article on the Nile, posted in his blog and shared on Facebook. I am writing this piece not because the article is that much worthy to be responded to but because the big title of the man as Professor and Lecturer of Politic...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Mar 11th, 2013
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Dear Prof. Alemayehu, Even our Egyptian brothers will not say about the dam, as Prof. Alemayehu. Some of them know the dam what we we build now is the dam they are going to build after a century for them selves in Ethiopia. Dam has life. The dam simply regulates flow and does not overall […]...
By IndepthAfrica
In Alemayehu G. Mariam
Mar 11th, 2013
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Dam War of Words Late last month, Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid Bin Sultan fired a shot across the bow from the Arab Water Council in Cairo to let the regime in Ethiopia know that his country takes a dim view of the “Grand Renaissance Dam” under “construction” on the Blue Nile ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Egypt
Mar 2nd, 2013
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EGYPTIANS have reason to fear the domestic news these days. If it is not about events such as a freak ballooning accident that killed 18 tourists, or the death of nine villagers who fell, one after another, into an open manhole, or a plague of locusts sweeping in from the Red Sea, it will surely [&he...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jan 7th, 2013
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The current tensions in Egypt between the Muslim Brotherhood-led government and a fragmented populace that includes large segments of people who oppose the Islamization of Egypt—the moderates, secularists, and Christians who recently demonstrated in mass at Tahrir Square and even besieged the preside...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 17th, 2012
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By Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed, By: Arab News In the Egyptian arena rages the biggest political, intellectual, popular and elitist media battle. Parties are now fighting over authority, positions, history and the future. The disputed proposed constitution caused bloodshed on both sides, but did anyone exp...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 3rd, 2012
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By: Arab News By Khaled Al-Dakheel Between Sept. 9, 1881, and last Jan. 25, Egypt, as the Egyptians say, experienced four revolutions: The Orabi Revolution, the Revolution of 1919, the July 23 Revolution, which began with a military coup in the summer of 1952, and finally the current revolution of Ja...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Nov 23rd, 2012
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By:  Menelik Ezana We Ethiopians are always amazed by Egypt’s rigid and old fashioned Nile monopolization.  And the state has a known quotation “No Nile No Egypt”.  This quotation is now changed “No Nile No Ethiopia” or “No Nile No East Africa”. This means the upper basin countries will use the water...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Nov 8th, 2012
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by Teshome Debalke The suffering of our people of the Muslim faith is our suffering. Let us not outsource it and hide behind excuses from showing our solidarity with our people. Ethiopians rise or sink together as we always did; unlike Woyane and its sorry stooges want us to believe. One by one Woyan...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Oct 31st, 2012
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Amidst the unprecedented degree of mayhem Egypt is in today some may question whether the revolution was a disillusion, or even a fallacy that led nowhere. Was this what Egyptians had desired and hoped for? Had they known that this would be the end result, would they have opted to go that route? More...