News Release

Egypt: The Next Move

The analysts listed below are in the U.S. and Egypt, which is 7 hours ahead of U.S. ET. For online resources see: accuracy.org/online-resources-on-egypt

Dr. AIDA SEIF AL-DAWLA, Dr. MOSTAFA HUSSEIN
Hussein is a doctor at Nadeem Center for Victims of Torture in Cairo; Al-Dawla is a psychiatrist with the group. She was profiled by Time magazine as a global hero in 2004.

SHEILA CARAPICO
Professor of political science and international studies at Richmond University and currently visiting at the American University in Cairo, Carapico is author of Civil Society in Yemen.

PHILIP RIZK, twitter.com/tabulagaza
Rizk is an independent blogger and filmmaker based in Cairo. He was featured on a news release Sunday from the Institute for Public Accuracy, “Egypt: Threat of the Army, Resilience of the Protests.”

NUBAR HOVSEPIAN
Hovsepian is Armenian from Egypt who teaches political science at Chapman University. He just wrote the piece “The Arab Pro-Democracy Movement: Struggles to Redefine Citizenship” for the new journal Jadaliyya.

KHALED BEYDOUN
Currently in Detroit, Beydoun is co-founder of FreeEgyptNow.org.

EMAD MEKAY
Based in Cairo, Mekay reports for Inter Press Service and other outlets. He just wrote the piece: “Egypt Labor Strikes Energize Pro-Democracy Push.” http://www.lobelog.com/egypt-labor-strikes-energize-pro-democracy-push

KHALED FAHMY
Fahmy is chair of the history department at the American University in Cairo.

MATTHEW CASSEL
Currently in Cairo, Cassel is based in Beirut, Lebanon and is assistant editor of The Electronic Intifada. His website is JustImage.org and his tweets from Cairo can be followed at twitter.com/justimage.

For more information, contact at the Institute for Public Accuracy:
Sam Husseini, (202) 347-0020; or David Zupan, (541) 484-9167