Hosni Mubarak’s Court Trial or a TV Drama


JNN 17 Aug  2011 Cairo : Judge Ahmed Refaat was clearly not happy. He spent much of the court hearing Monday, Aug. 15, in the trial of ex-president Hosni Mubarak trying to get the lawyers to behave themselves. “Please go back to your seats,” he told a jostling crowd of men in suits just minutes into the hearing. Several of the roughly 100 plaintiff lawyers in attendance were already hoarse from shouting at one another before the proceedings began. Refaat said the disorder was preventing the court from holding a speedier trial. Continue reading

Hosni Mubarak's Court Trial or a TV Drama


JNN 17 Aug  2011 Cairo : Judge Ahmed Refaat was clearly not happy. He spent much of the court hearing Monday, Aug. 15, in the trial of ex-president Hosni Mubarak trying to get the lawyers to behave themselves. “Please go back to your seats,” he told a jostling crowd of men in suits just minutes into the hearing. Several of the roughly 100 plaintiff lawyers in attendance were already hoarse from shouting at one another before the proceedings began. Refaat said the disorder was preventing the court from holding a speedier trial. Continue reading

Egypt’s New Regime to have Diplomatic ties with Iran , But harsh on the previous Govt Looters and Plunderers


JNN 06 May 2011 : Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has attached special importance to the expansion of ties with Egypt and announced joint Tehran-Cairo efforts to reestablish embassies. Continue reading