HUMAN RIGHTS FIRST: "Many will doubt the sincerity of any commitment that Islamist parties might make. However, the alternative of exclusion and repression has already been tried in Egypt and many other parts of the Middle East and it has led to stagnation, corruption and decline. Advancing Egypt’s democratic transition will require that the Egyptian authorities and people rise to the challenge presented by anti-democratic forces in their midst with more democracy." A MUST-READ!
The Globe and Mail: "Judicial proceedings against Hosni Mubarak are expected to galvanize Egypt’s youthful revolutionaries, but the election remains an open question. [...] The trial of the tyrant Mubarak may give the young politicians a boost, but it’s unlikely to make a big difference."
RT: "As fighting in the Syrian city Hama, which has already reportedly taken more than 100 lives, continues, Moscow calls its partners in the United Nations Security Council to take a comprehensive and constructive approach to dealing with the situation."
RT: "Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has appeared in court over charges of embezzlement, corruption and sanctioning the killing of protesters during the February uprising. Mubarak has pleaded not guilty to all charges."
THE INDEPENDENT; "It was a sight only fantasists would have believed possible six months ago: Hosni Mubarak, the man who ruled Egypt for three decades with an iron fist, wheeled into a Cairo courtroom on a hospital gurney and locked in an iron cage."
THE TELEGRAPH: "Egypt broke with centuries of Arab history on Wednesday when its former dictator Hosni Mubarak was wheeled into court on a hospital trolley to answer to the people he subjugated for three decades."
RT: "Russia’s Middle-Eastern envoy Mikhail Margelov said that an unconditional support of all Syrian opposition against Assad’s government will result in helping radical Islamists, who are strong in the country and use pro-democracy slogans to hide their true agenda. [...] Russia advocates limiting foreign interference in Syrian affairs and says Syrian have to resolve their domestic problems primarily through their own efforts."
Bloomberg: "The last time most Egyptians saw Hosni Mubarak, he was still president. Today they are waiting to see the man who ruled them for three decades appear in a Cairo court on murder charges. [...] It’s almost unprecedented for an Arab nation to put a former leader in the dock for past crimes."
Tehran Times Daily: "Bearing all this in mind, the trial of Hosni Mubarak cannot be regarded as the main issue at this crucial point in time. "In fact, the trial will only provide another pretext for the intensification of the differences between the two groups. "Given the huge public support for Islamist parties in Egypt, many believe that this group will eventually gain the upper hand in the struggle to determine the destiny of the Egyptian revolution."
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