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As the tension eases, we must look in the direction of agriculture, industry and education as our final goals, and toward democracy under Mr Mubarak. ~ Naguib Mahfouz
Chand Mubarak quotes by Naguib Mahfouz
We are meeting here to put an end to this cycle [of violence], to put things back in order and to put the wheel of peace on the right track. The task is very great, but our hopes are greater. ~ Hosni Mubarak
Chand Mubarak quotes by Hosni Mubarak
The system he (President Hosni Mubarak) is recommending would make it virtually impossible for truly independent parties to participate. Sham democracy should be exposed for what it truly is. ~ Madeleine Albright
Chand Mubarak quotes by Madeleine Albright
Sins slowly suffocate the heart, and abandoning sins brings life to the heart. ~ Abdullah Ibn Mubarak
Chand Mubarak quotes by Abdullah Ibn Mubarak
The thing that is always so surprising about plays written in another century is how remarkably elastic they are. When you listen to the way in which Shakespeare attacks relationships, for example, even though the words may start off sounding foreign, in actuality they are so accessible, the motivations so clear, the resonances so contemporary. When you put it in a modern context - we could well be in a place with someone like Gaddafi or Mubarak - it becomes apparent how Richard III resonates with that type of personality, with media and manipulation, alliances and petty jealousies. ~ Kevin Spacey
Chand Mubarak quotes by Kevin Spacey
Leadership expert Michael Hyatt reflected on Karnazes's life and drew three conclusions about why we should embrace discomfort: 1. Comfort is overrated. It doesn't lead to happiness. It makes us lazy - and forgetful. It often leads to self-absorption, boredom, and discontent. 2. Discomfort can be a catalyst for growth. It makes us yearn for something more. It forces us to change, stretch, and adapt. 3. Discomfort is often a sign we're making progress. You've heard the expression, "no pain, no gain." It's true! When you push yourself to grow, you will experience discomfort.2 ~ Samuel Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Samuel Chand
Shortly after Sisi was elected, his administration announced cuts of 'subsidies' on natural gas and energy consumption and lowered those for bread and other goods. Such action was taboo during the Mubarak and Sadat presidencies for over half a century, but Sisi was able to convince Egyptians he was taking necessary action. ~ Ahmed Zewail
Chand Mubarak quotes by Ahmed Zewail
I really want to do a sci-fi movie. ~ Rohan Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Rohan Chand
Mubarak's regime is dead and finished. People will not go back to this. This is a farce being propagated by the Muslim Brotherhood to say that this revolution was supported by the remnants of the Mubarak regime. They have gone against the whole Egyptian society, and this is why they were removed. ~ Naguib Sawiris
Chand Mubarak quotes by Naguib Sawiris
The regime's policies, whether intentionally or unintentionally, had engendered a sharp divide between Muslims and Christians, in spite of the fact that generations of Muslims and Coptic Christians had lived together peacefully in the past. The regime was good at utilizing this divide to create a perception that without Mubarak in power, Egyptians would break out into sectarian warfare. As a result, Mubarak managed to market his police state successfully to the international community as the lesser of two evils. ~ Wael Ghonim
Chand Mubarak quotes by Wael Ghonim
Obama himself has been highly supportive of Mubarak. ~ Noam Chomsky
Chand Mubarak quotes by Noam Chomsky
You are not too small. No one is ever too small to offer help. ~ Emlyn Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Emlyn Chand
Any political system can commit mistakes and any state can commit mistakes. What is most important is to acknowledge these mistakes and put them right as soon as possible and put those behind them into account, bring them to account. ~ Hosni Mubarak
Chand Mubarak quotes by Hosni Mubarak
As jolaha ka maram na jana, jinh jag ani pasarinhh tana;
dharti akas dou gad khandaya, chand surya dou nari banaya;
sahastra tar le purani puri, ajahu bine kathin hai duri;
kahai kabir karm se jori, sut kusut bine bhal kori;
No one could understand the secret of this weaver who, coming into existence, spread the warp as the world; He fixed the earth and the sky as the pillars, and he used the sun and the moon as two shuttles; He took thousands of stars and perfected the cloth; but even today he weaves, and the end is difficult to fathom.
Kabir says that the weaver, getting good or bad yarn and connecting karmas with it, weaves beautifully. ~ Kabir
Chand Mubarak quotes by Kabir
Just as women fought for the vote, and that very achievement compels us to the polling stations, so women have fought for the right to exercise and participate in sport, and we cannot throw that away. From the women of ancient Greece putting their lives on the line just by watching sport, and the women in Iran who continue to risk imprisonment today by doing the same, to the likes of Kathrine Switzer who campaigned for women to be allowed to run any distance they liked, or Caster Semenya and Dutee Chand who demand the right to participate in sport as women, without being told what their labia should look like. We ~ Anna Kessel
Chand Mubarak quotes by Anna Kessel
accommodate your reader? ~ Emlyn Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Emlyn Chand
The only time you start at the top is when you're digging a hole. ~ Sam Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Sam Chand
Egypt is going through difficult times and we cannot allow it to carry on. ~ Hosni Mubarak
Chand Mubarak quotes by Hosni Mubarak
Do good. That's all any of us can do. ~ Emlyn Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Emlyn Chand
I had known Mubarak and his wife, Suzanne, for nearly twenty years. He was a career Air Force officer who had risen through the ranks to become Vice President under Anwar Sadat, the Egyptian ruler who fought the Yom Kippur War with Israel in 1973 and later signed the Camp David Accords. Mubarak was injured in the extremist attack that assassinated Sadat in 1981, but he survived, became President, and cracked down hard on Islamists and other dissidents. He ruled Egypt like a pharaoh with nearly absolute power for the next three decades. ~ Hillary Rodham Clinton
Chand Mubarak quotes by Hillary Rodham Clinton
The Islamic world can be viewed as an onion-layered multiple dictatorship: the dictatorship of political dynasties like the Mubarak, Gaddafi, Hussein, Ben Ali, and Assad families forms its first layer; the dictatorship of the military, the next; after that, that the dictatorship of religion, which determines how children are raised and educated; and finally, the dictatorship of society, which impacts life within families through archaic gender roles. ~ Hamed Abdel-Samad
Chand Mubarak quotes by Hamed Abdel-Samad
The raids on Freedom House, the National Democratic Institute and International Republican Institute, the Adenauer Foundation, and other groups helping Egyptians move toward respect for democratic politics and human rights were of a piece with the practices of Hosni Mubarak - only bolder and more repressive. ~ Elliott Abrams
Chand Mubarak quotes by Elliott Abrams
Smile is the key that fits to the lock of everybody's heart. ~ Bharat Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Bharat Chand
An honest observer of the evolution of conditions in Egypt would discover that terrorism is an alien phenomenon, strange to our values and heritage. ~ Hosni Mubarak
Chand Mubarak quotes by Hosni Mubarak
If i were to backbite against anyone, it would be about my parents for they have more right to my good deeds ~ Abdullah Ibn Mubarak
Chand Mubarak quotes by Abdullah Ibn Mubarak
After simmering years of censorship and repression, the masses finally throng the streets. The chants echoing off the walls to build to a roar from all directions, stoking the courage of the crowds as they march on the center of the capital. Activists inside each column maintain contact with each other via text messages; communications centers receive reports and broadcast them around the city; affinity groups plot the movements of the police via digital mapping. A rebel army of bloggers uploads video footage for all the world to see as the two hosts close for battle. Suddenly, at the moment of truth, the lines go dead. The insurgents look up from the blank screens of their cell phones to see the sun reflecting off the shields of the advancing riot police, who are still guided by close circuits of fully networked technology. The rebels will have to navigate by dead reckoning against a hyper-informed adversary.

All this already happened, years ago, when President Mubarak shut down the communications grid during the Egyptian uprising of 2011. A generation hence, when the same scene recurs, we can imagine the middle-class protesters - the cybourgeoisie - will simply slump forward, blind and deaf and wracked by seizures as the microchips in their cerebra run haywire, and it will be up to the homeless and destitute to guide them to safety. ~ CrimethInc.
Chand Mubarak quotes by CrimethInc.
Adventure novels tend to be larger than life. They involve lots of wham-bam and don't usually require a lot of extra thinking on the reader's part the way a mystery or thriller might. ~ Emlyn Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Emlyn Chand
The danger of leaving overwhelming wealth and power in the grasp of a small minority is a lesson that leaders such as ousted Tunisian president Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali and deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak have learned a little too late, as the demonstrations across the Arab world indicate. ~ Graydon Carter
Chand Mubarak quotes by Graydon Carter
Note to self: don't throw things at girls. ~ Emlyn Chand
Chand Mubarak quotes by Emlyn Chand
In primary school in south-eastern Nigeria, I was taught that Hosni Mubarak was the president of Egypt. I learned the same thing in secondary school. In university, Mubarak was still president of Egypt. I came to assume, subconsciously, that he - and others like Paul Biya in Cameroon and Muammar Gaddafi in Libya - would never leave. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Chand Mubarak quotes by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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