Ten years have passed since the June 30 Revolution took place, and as we celebrate this month the anniversary, we also recall the spirit of this uprising that meant to build a homeland, correct a path and open horizons of dream and hope for millions of Egyptians.
Sisi thanked the cast of el-Ekhteyar (the choice) series for showing “a glimpse” of the sacrifices and efforts made by police and army officers and documenting the events of the turbulent times Egypt witnessed from 2012 to the few years following the 2013 ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood regime.
Minister of Endowment Mokhtar Gomaa has been tweeting about El-Ekhteyar series that has shown events during the one-year rule of the Muslim Brotherhood and the aftermath of their ouster in three parts thus far.
The Nahda sit-in case dates back to 2013, when security forces dispersed the protests of pro-Muslim Brotherhood people, after the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi.
An Egyptian human rights group issued a report on Monday stating that the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group is behind establishing 13 armed movements that carried out terrorist attacks in Egypt between 2013 and 2019.
The event will be launched on Jan. 2 at 7 p.m. at the foundation’s headquarters in Yacoubian Building in downtown Cairo.
This echos earlier reports saying that diplomatic responses to Egypt’s interactive dialogue on its human rights situation have reportedly thus far been positive at the UPR.
The youngest son of Egypt's former president, Mohamed Morsi, died on Wednesday from a heart attack.
The judgment of 28 defendants, who belong to the Muslim Brotherhood, in their retrial over storming the Egyptian eastern borders during the 2011 revolution will be proclaimed Aug. 10. Below are Q&A on the most important aspects of the case.
Protesters considered Morsi a puppet controlled by his Muslim Brotherhood leaders, complaining that the MB is the country’s actual ruler.
Shams El-Din said that Egypt's external debt has been below the emerging markets average.
Egypt denounced statements published by the spokesperson of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on Mohamed Morsi's death.
Egypt prison service had cooperated with a number of hospitals to serve Morsi and look after his condition.
The State Information Service criticized in a statement on early Tuesday tweets made by the Human Rights Watch on Morsi’s death.
Egypt’s Attorney General Nabil Sadek said in a statement that recent injuries were found on the body of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Morsi.
Cairo’s prosecution office issued on Monday the burial permit for the dead outlawed Muslim Brotherhood leader, Mohamed Morsi.
As per the Attorney-General’s order, surveillance cameras in the courtroom were impounded. Also, the medical report of Morsi’s condition was impounded.
The source said that the health condition of Morsi had been checked periodically by doctors.
Ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi died on Monday in court after the conclusion of a trial session in the espionage lawsuit.
Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Mohamed Morsi and many members of the MB group, Palestine's Hamas and Lebanese Hezbollah are accused in the case.