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“History will always remember policemen’s role in keeping the peace and security, and protecting human rights.” This is one of the statements Al-Sisi made in his 30-minute police-glorifying speech during the celebration of Police Day which coincides with the 25 January 2011 Revolution. This is not...
The 6 April Youth Movement, Al-Jamā`a al-Islāmiyya, Students Against the Coup, and the Muslim Brotherhood, launched calls for protests ahead of 25 January, which will mark the fourth anniversary of the 2011 revolution, on their social media pages.
For leading figures of Egypt's 1970s student movement, the eruption of revolution in Tahrīr Square on 25 January 2011 was the culmination of a long struggle — one they say must continue.
Clashes between protesters and security forces in Alexandria on Friday left one 17-year-old girl killed and at least two others injured, the Ministry of Health said.
Having rejoiced at the unprecedented presidential visit to the Coptic Christmas Mass, Egypt's Christians are now hoping for an action-oriented approach by the state to establish equal citizenship.
There are several reasons the British government may be publishing only the "principal findings" of the report. First, some of the information gathered will have been done so by the intelligence services, so there are assets and agreements to protect. Another is the possibility that by revealing...
Jamāl `Eid is an attorney and human rights defender who founded the Arab Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) in 2003.
Civil society in Egypt is strong and diverse, according to Hāfez Abū Se`da, Member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) and Egyptian Organization for Human Rights Chairman. He added that there are non-governmental organizations and the National Council for Human Rights.
The seven Egyptian men headed east by car from the Libyan city of Sirte on Dec. 29, starting the long drive back to Egypt. On the outskirts of the city, located on the Mediterranean coast, armed men stopped the vehicle. Several of the men called their families back home. “We’re kidnapped,” one told...
When President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi attended the Judges Day celebration at the High Court of Justice this month, he told an audience of judges and prosecution officials: “I was keen, since I took responsibility, on reaffirming the independence of the judiciary.”


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