Egyptian police and army attempt to break up clashes between supporters and opponents of ejected President Mohamed Morsi in Alexandria.
At least twelve dead and two hundred injured in Alexandria clashes between opponents and supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi, MENA cites head of Alexandria Ambulance ... Read More »
Egypt's Rebel campaign and National Salvation Front warn of factions seeking foreign intervention in Egypt, call on people to stand against 'counter-revolution'.
Clashes have taken place between opponents and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood near Cairo's Tahrir Square after anti-Morsi demonstrators quickly filled ... Read More »
Muslim Brotherhood's deputy leader arrested late Friday as part of ongoing crackdown on group figures.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Deputy Supreme Guide, Khairat El-Shater, was arrested late Friday along with his brother in Cairo’s Nasr City district. He is being held on charges of inciting violence.
Shater, a ... Read More »
The Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed Badie showed up on Friday afternoon at the Rabea al-Adawiya sit-in where Islamists have been camping to demand the return of deposed President Mohamed Morsi.
Badie addressed the thousands in the sit-in on a stage despite earlier news about his ... Read More »
Clashes erupted between supporters of President Mohamed Morsi and their opponents on Friday evening at the 6th October Bridge near the state television building, Al-Ahram state-run daily reported.
There was no security at the site of the clashes. Meanwhile, army personnel and vehicles ... Read More »
State media reported on Friday attacks on security posts in north Sinai, when armed groups targeted five military and police checkpoints in the area with heavy arms, killing a conscript and injuring three.
The attacks were perpetrated on Al-Masoura, Sheikh Zuwayid, Al-Jora, Abu Tawila and the Airsh airport ... Read More »
The question of what to label the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi by a military intervention following massive protests looms in newsrooms. This including Mada Masr’s.
While coup and revolution are the two ends of the nomenclature spectrum, some see that labeling is the wrong exercise.
“Refrain from the use of ... Read More »
Violence erupted near the Presidential Guards' premises as they shot a man who came near the barbed wires protecting the headquarters and put a photo of deposed President Mohamed Morsi.
Supporters of Morsi protesting near the premises said the man was killed and showed Mada Masr his ID. Mada Masr could not ... Read More »
Head of the Supreme Constitutional Court Adly Mansour was sworn in as the country’s interim president on Thursday morning, a day after Mohamed Morsi’s year-long presidency was abruptly ended following four days of mass protests calling for his ouster.
Speaking after the ceremony, Mansour saluted the Egyptian ... Read More »
لم يكن هناك شكّ بأن مصر تتجه نحو ثورتها الثانية. كل يوم مرّ بها منذ انحسار المنافسة الإنتخابية بثنائية محمد مرسي وأحمد شفيق أكّد على ذلك. ولم يكن هناك شكّ بأن مصر التي يعطي شعبها عادةً الفرص، كانت تنتظر اكتمال المصيبة كي لا يناقشها برفضها مجادلٌ، فتمتلك كافة البراهين على فساد حكمٍ ستخرج لإسقاطه، خاصةً وأنه حكمٌ متسلّح ... Read More »
Islamist channels Misr 25, Al-Nas and Al-Hafez went off air immediately after the address by Defence Minister Abdel-Fatah El-Sisi ended and at least six employees of the Muslim Brotherhood-owned Misr 25 channel were arrested while the speech was still being broadcast.
Abeer al-Saady, a member of the ... Read More »
[This article was originally written by Zeinab Abul-Magd and published by Jadaliyya in Arabic and English. It was translated/published in French by Globalism and Égypte-Solidarité .]
Des entreprises appartenant à l’armée produisent pâtes, eau minérale, bonbonnes de gaz, ou encore ... Read More »
[This article was originally written by Zeinab Abul-Magd and published by Jadaliyya in Arabic and English. It was translated/published in Bulgarian by Itidar.]
Армията и икономиката на Египет
Трябва ли проблемите с макарони (една от основните храни на египтяните, бел. пр.) „Куин”, ... Read More »
One year after his inauguration, Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammad Morsi is now being referred to as Egypt’s former president. A petition campaign called Tamarrod was instr Read More »
Five hours after its set deadline, Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi addressed the nation with a roadmap for Egypt’s political future, placing the head of the Supreme Constitutional Court as head of the state until early presidential elections take place.
News had emerged earlier of a travel ban on leading Muslim ... Read More »
The Supreme Judicial Council decided Wednesday to reinstate Abdel Meguid Mahmoud to the post of prosecutor general months after he was removed by President Mohamed Morsi through the constitutional declaration issued in November 2012. The reinstatement draws a curtain on a case that has been at the heart of the charged ... Read More »
Airport security received orders Wednesday from the military to ban various Muslim Brotherhood leaders from leaving the country, the Arabic daily Al-Masry Al-Youm reported, quoting security sources.
The reports came amid conflicting news that President Mohamed Morsi is under house arrest and residing in one of the ... Read More »
[The following statement was issued by human rights groups on the official website of Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies on 3 July 2013]
The undersigned organizations declare their profound respect for the overwhelming uprising of the Egyptian people, who on 30 June set out to boldly challenge the ... Read More »
[The following statement was issued by Essam El Haddad, Assistant to President of Egypt on Foreign Relations. The statement appeared on his official Facebook page at 11:31 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) on 3 July 2013]
Office of Assistant to President of Egypt on Foreign Relations - Official
The Egyptian ... Read More »
Human rights groups have condemned the government’s failure to address the “epidemic” of continuing sexual violence against women taking part in demonstrations in Tahrir Square and surrounding areas. “The rampant sexual attacks during the Tahrir Square protests highlight the failure of the government and all ... Read More »
Egypt's anti-Morsi Rebel campaign has urged Egyptians to flock to "every protest venue and street," as the army's deadline for a power-sharing consensus approaches.
In a conference Wednesday afternoon, Rebel spokesman Mahmoud Badr branded the day as "decisive." Affirming the Egyptian people ... Read More »
Defense Minister Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi will meet on Wednesday with the general commanders of the Egyptian Armed Forces, at the Defense Ministry headquarters, to discuss recent domestic developments as Wednesday's forty-eight-hour deadline approaches.
Mohamed ElBaradei, delegated by the June 30 Front and the ... Read More »
With the level of anticipation so intense before 30 June, the day of mass protests planned against Egypt’s president Mohamed Morsi, it seemed inevitable that expectations were to be dashed. But that day an estimated fourteen million Egyptians kept their date with their fellow citizens, and reminded many of the heady ... Read More »
Western media coverage of the massive waves of protests in Egypt over the past two days is revealing of a number of problems that plague knowledge production about the Arab world.
As crowds across the country were just warming up for the historic protests, around midday on 30 June, reports from Cairo appearing on ... Read More »
Mona Prince, Revolution is My Name. Cairo: n.p., 2012.
Reading, ’Riting, Revolution
Reading Egyptian literature this week might seem odd. What does literature—even literature about revolution—have to tell us about this particular moment? After all, revolutions are not stories. They are not poems. Revolutions ... Read More »
By Youssef Idris
It was strange for a small girl like her, in simplicity and innocence, to ask a grown man like me, someone she didn’t know, to adjust what she was carrying. What she carried was truly complicated: on her head settled a tray of roasted potatoes, and balanced on top of that rested a wide pan ... Read More »
On the morning of 30 June, BBC reporter Aleem Maqbool reports from Cairo, “what is today going to be remembered for? What is the 30th June going to be remembered for? Is it going to be the turning point in Egyptian politics or is it going to be remembered for violence?” But what if violence constitutes an ... Read More »
قامت ثورة 25 يناير حسب علمي يوم عيد الشرطة، قامت لإسقاط "نظام يوليو" بعقليته الأمنية وهواجسه العسكرية بعد خمس وخمسين سنة من حكم الطوارئ. قامت ضد إعلام كاذب ينقل فيه تليفزيون الدولة الرسمي غير ما يحدث على أرض الواقع. قامت ضد محليات فاسدة، ومحافظ ورئيس حي وعمدة لا يختارهم أهل المكان، تلقي بهم السلطة المركزية ... Read More »
What prompted the armed forces' forty-eight-hour ultimatum on Monday, and what will come next? Ahram Online provides a brief timeline culled from reports by informed sources from both sides
Tuesday, 25 June: A group of activists and opposition figures notify the minister of defense that momentum for planned 30 June ... Read More »
In a televised speech, President Mohamed Morsi stressed that there is no alternative to electoral legitimacy, amidst growing protests rejecting his rule and demanding his ouster since 30 June. He added that he rejects any attempt by any party to overthrow his legitimacy.
Morsi gave no alternative to the ... Read More »