September 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);9/22/2010, Vol. 191 Issue 4944, p7
The article reports on the protests staged along the Presidential Palace in Cairo and in the second city of Alexandria, Egypt against the possible succession of Gamal Mubarak as president. It notes that 40 demonstrators were arrested as tensions have erupted while video tapes from British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) and Al-Jazeera have been confiscated. Moreover, the protest coincided with the death anniversary of Ahmed Orabi, the first Egyptian leader to emerge among the peasants.


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