To start with, it is beyond doubt that the Egyptian government has its flaws in managing the economy, its overflowing and corrupt bureaucracy, and its lack of respect for human rights. But things have come to a point where the western media needs to be put in its proper place.
U. S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) Chairman Robert P. George said that the religious situation in Egypt has “complicated' over the past year, although President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi made 'noteworthy' statements to urge religious reform.
At least four police officers were killed on Wednesday morning when a suicide bomer detonated an explosives-packed vehicle next to a police club in northern Sinai, according to the Egyptian state news media. The Islamic State's local affiliate, called Sinai Province, claimed responsibility for the...
Number 10 will this week host its own Pyramid-shaped elephant in the room as Egypt's President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi sits down for an expensive meal with Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron. There will be the protesters hooting in the background, but the said elephant will repeat only one...
Egypt's workers played a major role in the surge of protests that swept across the country in the 2000s, leading to the undermining and eventual fall of the regime of Husni Mubārak in 2011. Despite subsequent regime crackdowns on domestic dissent, the independent labor movement continued its...
Human Rights Watch (HRW) raised its concern about what it called “travel restrictions” on civilians in Egypt, saying that the state is turning its borders into “de facto prison walls”.
A prisoner at Tora Prison died Thursday, due to what opposition blocs referred to as medical neglect by prison officials in providing necessary care.
On top of the biggest winners of the first stage of Egypt's parliamentary elections, held between 17 and 28 October in 14 governorates, are Copts and women.
Twitter users launched a hashtag called “Where is Massouny?” to demand the disclosure of the whereabouts of activist Mustafa Massūni.
Egypt had approved legislation allowing individuals accused of committing violations against state institutions to be referred to military courts.