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Monday, July 04, 2011

The oracle concerning Egypt

A collection of article briefs on the 18 Day Uprising:  January 25 - February 11, 2011, 
in Egypt

The LORD will strike Egypt, striking but healing; so they will return to the LORD, and He will respond to them and will heal them 

- Isaiah 19:22

Separate whirlwinds demolish two Middle East figures in one day
DEBKAFILE - Exclusive Analysis - February 2, 2011
Close observation of the circumstances surrounding the seven-day popular uprising that ended Hosni Mubarak's 30-year old presidency cannot avoid noticing the skillful choreography which brought it up to a well-judged climax Tuesday night, Feb. 2. In fact, the hands of the United States, Britain and the Egyptian army heads were plain to see at every stage. ...
The master choreographers chose well when they set up their main platform at Cairo's Tahrir Square. It provided the journalists housed in the luxury hotels overlooking the square a ringside seat over a perfect arena for their cameras. The crowd scenes played out under their hotel windows were graphically and dramatically presented in the world's living rooms as an anti-Mubarak movement springing up spontaneously across the country. ...
The identifies of the choreographers will no doubt surface in the months ahead as the reins of power slip out of Mubarak's hands and into those of the new leaders. A hint was provided by US President Barack Obama early Wednesday, Feb. 2, when he reported on his farewell phone conversation with Mubarak. Obama, who from the first made no secret of his sympathy for the protesters, told Mubarak bluntly his time was up. ...
Mubarak, along with Saudi Arabia's royal house and Israel, was for 30 years one of America's three staunchest allies. ...

U.S. and Egyptian military chiefs meet in Washington
REUTERS [Thomson-Reuters] - By Phil Stewart - January 28, 2011
A high-level Egyptian military delegation was in Washington on Friday for pre-scheduled defense talks, even as Egypt's army took to the streets to face unrest sweeping the country.
Chief of staff of Egypt's armed forces, Lieutenant General Sami Enan, is leading his delegation in the week-long talks that started on Wednesday, Pentagon spokesman Colonel Dave Lapan said. ...
Egypt receives about $1.3 billion a year in U.S. military aid and hundreds of millions of dollars in economic assistance -- second only to Israel. ...
The country's armed forces -- the world's 10th biggest with more than 468,000 members -- have been at the heart of power since army officers staged an overthrow of the monarchy in 1952.
All four Egyptian presidents since then have come from the military, now led by
Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, 75, who is defense minister and commander-in-chief.
Enan, in Washington, ranks below him but is one of the top military officers in Egypt.
A Middle East military expert in Washington, speaking on condition of anonymity, described Enan as someone who appeared to have the respect of the United States.

Obama to Egyptian Army: Remove Mubarak now, start transition
DEBKAFILE - Exclusive Analysis - February 2, 2011
President Barack Obama delivered an ultimatum to Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman and the army and security chiefs: Mubarak must be removed in the coming hours or else US aid to Egypt will be cut off, Debkafile's Washington sources exclusively report. Pressure on the Egyptian armed forces to oust the president forthwith was further applied by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ...
French President Nicolas Sarkozy, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and UK Prime Minister David Cameron were recruited earlier to lean hard on Egyptian army chiefs to bring Mubarak's presidency to an end in the coming hours. ...

As Egypt Protest Swells, U.S. Sends Specific Demands
NEW YORK TIMES [NYTimes Group/Sulzberger] - By David D. Kirkpatrick - February 8, 2011
CAIRO - Pressure intensified on President Hosni Mubarak's government as the largest crowd of protesters in two weeks flooded Cairo's streets on Tuesday and the United States delivered its most specific demands yet, urging swift steps toward democracy. ...
Although broadly committed to a transition, the Obama administration was trying to influence many of the details. ...

White House Pushed Mubarak
ABC NEWS [American Broadcasting Companies, Inc./The Walt Disney Company] - By Jake Tapper February 11, 2011
Sources tell ABC News that after Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak spoke last night, handing over powers to his vice president but not stepping down, the White House and Obama administration in general conveyed to Egyptian government --at all levels - that his message was not enough for the demonstrators, whom they needed to satisfy or the crisis would continue and get worse. ...  

Mubarak moves vast assets from Europe to Saudi Arabia
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