28.01.2011 Mohamed ElBaradei, former IAEA chief and Nobel Prize laureate, is now under house arrest in Egypt, according to the AP (via Sky News). ElBaradei just returned to the country yesterday. He has.
(, ; born 17 June 1942 in Cairo, Kingdom of Egypt) is an Egyptian law scholar and diplomat. He was the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), an intergovernmental organization under the auspices of the United Nations, from 1997 to 2009. He and the IAEA were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005. ElBaradei was also an important figure in the 2011 Egyptian revolution which ousted the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
02.07.2011 [Al Jazeera] - Interviews with Tony Blair, former British Prime Minister and current Quartet Middle East Envoy; and Mohamed ElBaradei, Egyptian democracy advocate, who discusses events in Egypt following the ousting of President Mubarak.
When Mohamed ElBaradei returned to Egypt after 12 years at the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, it brought hope to many opposed to the current political regime.... - 04.01.2010, France24EN
In an interview with NBC's Brian Williams, opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei says he sees hope and dignity for the first time in young Egyptians and declares, "there is no going... - 02.01.2011, MSNBC
13.07.2011 [Globe and Mail] - We're conditioned to look for obvious leaders of formal organizations – the Transitional National Council in Libya, Mohamed ElBaradei in Egypt, or official opposition parties in Syria or Yemen. Yet who are the rebels, and what are their objectives and
13.07.2011 [Ahram Online] - Field Marshal Hussein Tantawy's scheduled meeting today with potential presidential candidates and representatives of parties has been adjourned, according to Mohamed ElBaradei's support campaign. The Supreme Council of Armed Forces head was to meet
13.07.2011 [Ahram Online] - Those signed included Revolution Youth Coalition, the Lotus Revolution Coalition, the Coalition of Progressive Youth, Mosharka (Participation) Movement, Bedaya (Beginning) Movement, the Mohamed ElBaradei for President Campaign, the National Front for
13.07.2011 [PipeLineNews.org] - ... the West continues to dither, pretending that the IAEA [Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed ElBaradei's former play-toy] and the international diplomatic community can prevent the country's eventual development [perhaps in short order] of nuclear
Być może obserwujemy właśnie pierwsze oznaki „arabskiej wiosny”. Nasi sąsiedzi spoglądają na Egipt, który zawsze był pierwszym zwiastunem przemian. - Źródło: wywiad Dietera Bednarza, „Der Spiegel”, tłum. „Forum”, 31 stycznia 2011.
11.07.2011 [Onislam.net] - Alongside Abul-Futuh, the list of presidential hopefuls includes former Arab League chief Amr Moussa, former leader of the UN nuclear watchdog Mohamed ElBaradei and prominent scholar Mohamed Salim Al-Awa. Abul-Futuh's presidential bid has been opposed
07.07.2011 [WND.com] - The ICG includes on its board Egyptian opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei and other personalities who champion dialogue with Hamas, a violent offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood. WND reported on the numerous ties of Soros initiatives – including his
07.07.2011 [Ahram Online] - You have interviewed presidential candidates on Egyptian state TV like Amin Nour and more recently Mohamed ElBaradei. Do you see either of these two, or Amr Moussa or Mohamed Salim al-Awwa, as the next Egyptian president? It is simply too early to say
05.07.2011 [Lanka Newspapers] - This is what former Head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Nobel Laureate, Mohamed ElBaradei has asked in his well researched book, The Age of Deception, Nuclear Diplomacy in Treacherous Times: `Should the United Nations request an
05.07.2011 [Dissident Voice] - Mohamed ElBaradei, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient who is now a candidate for the Presidency of Egypt, spent twelve years as the director-general of the IAEA, retiring two years ago. In his recent interview, he said, “I don't believe Iran is a clear and
21.06.2011 [Lanka Newspapers] - Calls by eminent persons such as Nobel laureate and former Chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohamed ElBaradei for war crimes probes against the US and the UK have gone unheeded in spite of the availability of damning evidence that Bush