|Coptic Christians protect praying Muslims in Tahrir square 2 Feb (Nevine Zaki, via TCF)|
11 Feb: Kellie Strom: Gone. Next?; Peter Kohanloo and Sohrab Ahmari: The revolt exposes the isolationist left's delusions and hypocrisy; Lee Smith: Bush's victory?; Alan A: Egyptian solidarity with Iran, and our lack of solidarity with both; Francis Sedgemore: Hosni Mubarak is a murderer and a thief.
The aftermath: 12 Feb: Ali Alyami: Fears of a Muslim Brotherhood takeover are overblown; Clive Shiraz: Don't be alarmist about the Brotherhood; 21! Feb: Reuel Marc Gerecht: Obama and the Egyptian army; Richard S: Thinking about Taheya Carioca; Terry Glavin: Liberté, égalité, fraternité; Tom Eley: The demonstrators dissappeared and tortured by the army that is now in control; Nigel Gibson: Fanon in Tahrir Square; Lal Khan: Winds of change, Islamism and imperialism.
And now to Algeria: The Telegraph: Algeria shuts down on-line dissent; The Moor next door: Algeria takes to the streets.
On David Cameron's speech, multiculturalism and Islam
Carl P: Praise and concerns; A cheep shot by Mehdi Hasan; Jim Denham: Multicultural maze; Nick Cohen: Feminists for Cameron; Labour's working class problem; Johan Hari: Cameron's souffle of spin; Reuben Bard-Rosenberg: Like his liberal critics, Cameron wants to nationalise our customs.
Nathan Jafay: Immigration sparks class showdown; Adam Kirsch: Sari Nusseibeh's cost analysis; Roni Drukan: Is there hope for the people of Gaza?
Owen Jones: Patriotism and the left; Mark Easton: Why is Britain so concerned about immigration?; Edd Mustill: Carnival of socialism; Modernity: Smoke-filled rooms, antisemitism and the Greens.