The page pointed out by one of our readers http://youm7.com/News.asp?NewsID=368438 saying Wael El Ibrashi was to replace Abdullah Kamal as Rosa Al-Youssef's Editor-in-Chief has been taken down! I'm worried. As of this writing the front page of Rosa still has a picture of Kamal.
This is a disturbing development for the Egyptian revolution. And of course there have been well-publicized reports of young women protestors being subjected to so-called "virginity tests" by the army. Is this part of an ominous pattern?
The expected shakeout in such posts as university presidencies has not happened either. Hend Hanafi, who gave the completely unqualified Mohamed El Naschie a position the physics department, is still in charge at Alexandria University. The completely incomptetent Amr Ezzat Salama, Mubarak appointee Minister of Science and Technology and friend of El Naschie is also still in place.
The headline graphic is from Egyptian Chronicles, where Zeinobia writes about a protest at the Egyptian Radio and Television Union building in Cairo. The People Want to..Purify the media. It depicts twenty big-name media holdovers from the old regime. I recognize Abdullah Kamal, third row center; and Osama Saraya of Al Ahram at the top left.