First there's this brief post in Arabic:
أعرب الدكتور محمد صلاح الدين النشائى عن ارتياحه بالحكم الصادر اليوم على مبارك و اعوانه وأن هذا الحكم يعبر عن عظمة القضاء والجيش والشعب المصرى الذى سيستقبل هذا الحكم الحكم العادل
Dr. Mohamed Salahuddin El Naschie expressed his satisfaction at the judgment today on Mubarak and his aides and said that this provision reflects the greatness of the judiciary and the army and the people of Egypt, who will welcome this fair judgment.
I'm not so sure about that. Hosni Mubarak avoided the death penalty, his sons were aquitted of corruption, and nobody was found guilty for the 850 or so killings by the security forces during the revolution. Mubarak may even get off on appeal. There are huge protests in Tahrir Square.
Here's the second post, which is in English:
We received two new communiqués from Prof. Al Nashaee in his retreat in Hamburg, Germany
The first of the successive communiqués was received on the eve of the handing down of the first judgment against Ex-President Mubarak and his two sons Gamal and Alaa. In this Prof. Al Nashaee stressed that he would fully accept the judgement of the Court no matter what the outcome is but that deep in his heart he is hoping that the judgement will be postponed until after the Presidential elections in order to block all attempts by foreign powers and internal interest groups to destabilize and confuse the election using the judgement as a pretext. He also stressed that his own personal opinion in accordance with what was said earlier on in the International Herald Tribune and also in todays ‘Akbaralyoum’ is that the trial of Mubarek is largely a political trial.
In the second communiqué received after the judgement was handed down giving Ex-President Mubarak and his Internal Minister life sentences and acquitting the two sons Gamal and Alaa, Prof. Al Nashaee fully endorsed the judgement and praised the three Supreme Court Judges for their courage, integrity and objectivity adding that he could not accept any attack on the judicial system of Egypt, particularly after the revolution and that the judgement could only be challenged through the usual legal means of the Court of Appeal.
El Naschie Watch is dumbstruck to hear the Great Man has a retreat in Hamburg. We knew only about three other German properties of his — in Munich; in the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria; and on the resort island of Sylt.