For 80 years, hundreds of thousands of books and articles were published about what would happen in case a Brotherhood president made it to power in Egypt," said Ahmed Samir, a columnist in the daily Egyptian newspaper El Masry El Youm.
What does DE stand for?
DE stands for Daily Egyptian (student newspaper; Carbondale, IL)
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- Desired Development Zone (Austin, TX)
- Deutsche Dartsport Zeitung (German: German Darts Newspapers)
- Deutsches Diabetes Zentrum (German)
- Digitaal Dorp Zuidwolde (Dutch: Digital Village Zuidwolde; Zuidwolde, Netherlands)
- Dianthus Deltoides 'Zing Salmon' (flower variety)
- Assault Personnel Destroyer
- Condor Flugdienst GmbH, Germany (IATA airline code)
- Dail Eireann (Irish National Parliament)
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Rising Expenses Minimum Wage Every time the minimum wage is increased by 25 cents per hour, the Daily Egyptian is set back more than $20,000.
It may not be as popular as it used to be 50 or 60 years ago but radio, nonetheless, remains a fixture in daily Egyptian life, and that includes the English-language commercial station 104.
2 edition of an independent daily Egyptian newspaper, al-Masry al-Youm: "I am calling on bringing the sects closer, and I am supporting Hizbullah in its resistance, but I do not accept that they penetrate our countries, warning against the slaughters that may occur like those in Iraq between Sunnis and Shi'ites if there is a huge Shi'ite penetration of Egypt.
Artist Stephen Biesty provides the transportation and look at daily Egyptian life through a series of lively and detailed cross-section illustrations which invite kids to learn.
Reynolds, playing the role of Kodee, called the Daily Egyptian newsroom more than 100 times.
Five times a week during that time, without fail, he recorded his impressions of daily Egyptian life and sent them out to his friends via e-mail.
While the Daily Egyptian has not put up a paywall, in the last few weeks the paper has begun implementing a "paywall" requesting donations.