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  Hosni Mubarak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mubarak was appointed the Vice-President of the Republic of Egypt after moving up the ranks of the Egyptian Air Force.
Hosni Mubarak is married to Suzanne Mubarak, and has two sons: Alaa, and Gamal.
Mubarak appointed Ahmed Nazif as the new Prime Minister.
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 Hosni Mubarak - MSN Encarta
Hosni Mubarak, born in 1928, military leader and president of Egypt (1981- ).
Mubarak was educated at Egypt's national Military Academy and Air Force Academy and at the Frunze General Staff Academy in Moscow.
Mubarak supported the 1990 United Nations (UN) sanctions against Iraq when that country invaded Kuwait, orchestrated Arab League opposition to the invasion, committed about 38,500 troops to the anti-Iraq coalition in the Persian Gulf War (1991), and supported postwar efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East.
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 Hosni Mubarak
Mubarak has only managed to bring noticeable growth in the economy in recent years, and has used milder measures to suppress the militant Islamists, than what has been the case in other Arab countries, like Syria and Tunisia.
Mubarak supported the UN sanctions against Iraq, after their occupation of Kuwait in 1990, and Egypt participated in the Gulf War with 38,500 troops, and has been part of the post-war efforts to stabilize the Gulf region.
Mubarak was re-elected the second time in 1993, and then he declared that he would not run for presidency in the elections in 1999.
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 Gamal Mubarak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gamal Mubarak (Arabic: جمال مبارك), or Gamal-u-dinn Muhammad Hosni Said Mubarak (Arabic: جمال الدين محمد حسنى سيد مبارك born 1963), is the younger of the two sons of current Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Mrs.
Latest this was made clear in early 2006, where Gamal Mubarak declared repeatedly that he has no aspiration to succeed his father, but will maintain his position in the NDP as deputy secretary general, a post he holds in addition to heading the party's policies committee, probably the most important organ within the NDP [3].
The elder Mubarak's advancing age has made the question of succession more pertinent, but this problem is likely to be postponed till 2011 with Hosni Mubarak's recent September 2005 election win.
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 Muhammad Hosni Said Mubarak Biography
In 1964, Mubarak headed the Egyptian Military delegation to the USSR and was appointed as the Commander of the Western Air Force Base, at Cairo West Airfield.
In April 1975, Hosni Mubarak was named the Vice president of Egypt and was appointed as the Vice Chairman of the National Democratic Party, in 1978.
In 1981, Hosni Mubarak became President of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Chairman of the National Democratic Party.
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 Hosni Mubarak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mubarak was born on May 4, 1928 in Kafr-El Meselha, Egypt.
In the years between 1967 to 1972, during the so-called War of Attrition between Egypt and Israel, Mubarak was appointed Director of the Airforce Academy and Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Air Force.
Following the assassination of President Anwar Sadat at the hands of Islamist extremists, Mubarak became President of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Chairman of the National Democratic Party.
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 The President
Mubarak headed the Egyptian Military delegation to the USSR and was appointed as the Commander of the Western Air Force Base, at Cairo West Airfield.
Mubarak was named as Vice president of Egypt and was appointed as the Vice Chairman of the National Democratic Party (NDP), in 1978.
Mubarak became President of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Chairman of the National Democratic Party.
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 Biografías de Líderes Políticos CIDOB: Hosni Mubarak (Egipto)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mubarak se fogueó en estos años en las cuestiones políticas, de las que apenas tenía experiencia, como enlace ante los gobiernos implicados en las cuestiones de Oriente Próximo, sirviendo a Sadat con absoluta lealtad.
Mubarak, que estaba sentado a su izquierda, escapó milagrosamente del atentado.
Mubarak se convirtió para este país en un puntal de su estrategia de paz regional y en su aliado árabe más confiable.
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 Mubarak, Muhammad Hosni - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
MUBARAK, MUHAMMAD HOSNI [Mubarak, Muhammad Hosni], 1928-, president of Egypt (1981-).
Mubarak pledged to continue Sadat's policies, particularly the Camp David accords with Israel.
Mubarak has sought to control Egypt's excessive population growth, combat economic problems, and contain trends toward fundamentalist Islam, but his authoritarian rule also has suppressed legitimate dissent and tolerated corruption.
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 Hosni Mubarak - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mubarak was appointed the Vice-President of the Republic after moving up the ranks of the Egyptian Air Force.
Following the assassination of President Anwar Sadat by Islamists in 1981, Mubarak became President of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Chairman of the National Democratic Party.
Hosni Mubarak is married to Suzanne Mubarak, and three sons: Alaa, Gamal, and Ibrahim, the last from a previous marriage.
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 Definition of Hosni Mubarak
Mubarak's control over Egypt has no boundaries; he is considered by many to be an autocrat, though a moderate one.
In the years between 1967 to 1972, during the War of Attrition between Egypt and Israel, Mubarak was appointed Director of the Airforce Academy and Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Air Force.
Although Mubarak's popularity grew over time and his role as a leader of the Arab world has been solidified in the 1980s and 1990s, he started to lose support in Egypt by the mid-1990s.
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 Hosni Mubarak sweeps Egypt polls
President Hosni Mubarak swept Egypt's first contested race for his job, according to preliminary results on Thursday.
The election commission, which has been criticized as controlled by Mubarak's government, insisted that Wednesday's ballot was a success, though there were widespread reports of irregularities, and voter turnout was perhaps as low as 30 percent.
Mubarak took 78-80 percent of the vote, according to a preliminary count, an election commission official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. Final results were expected on Friday or Saturday.
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 Hosni Mubarak
Muhammad Hosni Mubarak has been the president of the Arab Republic of Egypt since 14 October 1981, the successor to that office following the assassination of Anwar Sadat.
Mubarak was trained as a pilot and rose in the ranks of Egypt's air force during the 1960s and '70s.
Hosni Mubarak - Political Leader/President of Egypt, born 4 May 1928, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, 1981- present
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 SurfWax: News, Reviews and Articles On Hosni Mubarak
This week, President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt emphasised his attempts to arrange a ceasefire to protect all sects in Lebanon, while the Jordanian king announced that his country was dispatching medical teams "for the victims of Israeli aggression".
This week, President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt emphasized his attempts to arrange a cease-fire to protect all sects in Lebanon, while the Jordanian king announced that his country was dispatching medical teams “for the victims of Israeli aggression.
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt has called for an immediate cease-fire in the region to protect all sects in Lebanon, and King Abdullah II of Jordan said his country is sending medical teams to Lebanon "for the victims of Israeli aggression.".
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 Hosni Mubarak Encyclopedia Article @ Compaw.com (Com Paw)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Air Chief Marshal Muhammad Hosni Said Mubarak (Arabic : محمد حسنى سيد مبارك) (born May 4, 1928) commonly known as Hosni Mubarak (Arabic: حسنى مبارك) has been the fourth President of Egypt for twenty-five years, since 14 October 1981.
Prior to Mubarak assuming the presidency, former Egyptian President Anwar Sadat ordered Pope Shenouda, the Pope of the Orthodox Coptic church into exile at the Monastery of St. Bishoi.
Sadat replaced the church hierarchy with a committee of five bishops and referred to Pope Shenouda as the "ex-pope." More than three years after Sadat's 1981 assassination and Mubarak assuming power, President Hosni Mubarak released Pope Shenouda from exile on January 2, 1985.
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 Hosni Mubarak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In the years between 1967 to 1972 the so-called War of Attrition between Egypt and Israel Mubarak was Director of the Airforce Academy and Chief Staff of the Egyptian Air Force.
Following the assassination of President Anwar Sadat the hands of Islamist extremists Mubarak became President of the Republic of Egypt and the Chairman of National Democratic Party.
President Mubarak has been by majority votes for successive terms on occasions: in 1987 1993 and 1999.
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Yitzhak Rabin - Mubarak has been active in encouraging a resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, often acting as a mediator between the sides.
Mubarak was born in 1928 in Kafr al Meselha.
Mubarak is mostly noted for initiating an economic recovery program, cracking down on Islamic fundamentalists, and engaging in ongoing peace efforts in the region.
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 Mubarak: Best bet is Sharon - The Washington Times: World - December 04, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mubarak's comment served to "prepare the hearts" of Israelis to Egypt's continued activism in the peace process, wrote Zvi Barel, an Arab affairs commentator for Israel's Ha'aretz newspaper.
Mubarak also made an unusual foray yesterday in the Palestinian presidential election campaign, helping the candidacy of Mahmoud Abbas, the chairman of the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
Mubarak warned, is liable to fracture the Palestinian public.
www.washtimes.com /world/20041203-114811-1516r.htm   (654 words)

  
 Hosni Mubarak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The elections are of questionable validity and no one ever runs against him for fear of violence.
In spite of health problems, Mubarak refuses to name a vice president and successor, as required under the Egyptian Constitution.
Variant spellings include: Mohamed Hosni Said Mubarak, Mohammed Hosni Said Mubarak, Muhammad Hosni Said Mubarak, also with different names omitted and with occasional reordering.
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 BookRags: Hosni Mubarak Biography
Hosni Mubarak (born 1928) led Egypt after the assassination of Anwar Sadat in 1981.He continued the policy of peace with Israel and also won back diplomatic relations with Arab Sates that had cut themselves off from Egypt when Sadat decided to recognize Israel's right to exist.
Mubarak spent the next 25 years in the Air Force.He taught at the Air Academy and commanded Egypt's bomber force in the Yemen civil war in the 1960s.He visited the Soviet Union on several occasions and spent a year at the Soviet's Frunze military academy.He spoke Russian and English in addition to Arabic.
In 1997, Mubarak embarked on the New Valley Canal project which many called his "great pyramid" or lasting legacy to Egypt.In effect Mubarak planned to "make the desert bloom" by creating a new canal through one of the hottest and driest places on earth, turning arid desert into arable farm land.
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 USATODAY.com - Egyptian president orders parliament to amend election law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mubarak's government has faced increasingly vocal opposition at home and growing friction with the United States over the lack of reform.
Mubarak, who came to power in 1981 after the assassination of Anwar Sadat, has stood in four ballots, winning more than 90% each time.
Touting "freedom and democracy," Mubarak told an audience at Menoufia University, north of Cairo, that he asked parliament and the consultative Shura Council to amend the constitution's Article 76 on presidential elections.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2005-02-26-egypt-elections_x.htm   (1073 words)

  
 HANOI need to learn from President Hosni Mubarak
The move, announced by Mubarak in a televised address, would allow the first multi-candidate presidential elections since the 1952 revolution, and follows pressure from the United States for political change and mounting opposition calls for reform.
Mubarak, 76, said he had proposed parliament change the constitution "to give the opportunity to political parties to enter the presidential elections and provide guarantees that allow more than one candidate to be put forward to the presidency for people to choose among them freely."
Mubarak, who has been in power since 1981, is currently serving his fourth six-year term, and is widely expected to run for a fifth term although he has not announced his intentions.
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 Online NewsHour:Egypian President Hosni Mubarak-- July 30, 1996
HOSNI MUBARAK: I think his own style, the way to implement the agreement, but the agreement is an agreement.
HOSNI MUBARAK: This is a problem between Egypt, frankly, and the United States.
HOSNI MUBARAK: For example, the main problem is a Middle East problem.
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 CAMERA: EYE ON THE MEDIA: When PBS Met Hosni Mubarak
Although he is renowned for both his Southern civility and intelligence, a recent April 2nd interview with President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt betrayed a sharp lack of awareness of basic information about Egypt, Israel, and the Palestinians, and a deference to his guest that crossed into outright sycophancy.
Mubarak was unchallenged when he declared that, regarding the holy places in Jerusalem:
Mubarak, a veteran handler of Western journalists, anticipated being asked about the virulent government-controlled Egyptian press, and so he took the offensive, charging that religious Israelis have defamed Muhammed.
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