Omar Reda

Egyptian investment banker

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Investment banker in Cairo, active and involved during the revolution

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After Israel, Egypt gets more assistance from the US than any other country.

Tensions Rise as U.S. Cuts Military Assistance to Egypt

After Israel, Egypt gets more assistance from the US than any other country.

from To the Point

This weekend's presidential runoff election in Egypt already presented a polarizing choice between the remnants of ousted President Hosni Mubarak's military regime and the Muslim…

Egypt: Is the Runoff Election On or Off?

This weekend's presidential runoff election in Egypt already presented a polarizing choice between the remnants of ousted President Hosni Mubarak's military regime and the Muslim…

from Which Way, L.A.?

On the eve of this weekend's presidential run-off election, Egyptian voters are facing what some call a "back-door coup."

Is Egyptian Democracy Being Killed in Its Cradle?

On the eve of this weekend's presidential run-off election, Egyptian voters are facing what some call a "back-door coup."

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