Some so-called young revolutionaries who belong to April 6 movement as well as some socialists have broken the Egyptian law by demonstrating in Talaat Harb Square in Cairo giving big test to the state, challenging its ability to apply the new protest law. They were asked nicely to dismiss their protest until they get a license. However, they refused and verbally abused the police. Thus, they were ..
Homeland Security have arrested Mohamed Hegazy, also known as Bishoy Jermiah, on charges of Evangeli..
Page called “I’m a proud Muslim Brotherhood” on Facebook considered the former first lady of ..
Al-Nour ultra conservative party is going participate in the upcoming referendum to vote “yes” i..
Alliance to support legitimacy, supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, decided to support Egypt’s n..
Political powers in Egypt exchange their seats, despite their differences, and they use the same method to deal with constitution referendums, convincing people to vote “yes,” no matter the contenGergis Wahib
Yes a thousand times to protest law despite the relentless campaign against it by some so-called political activists who became a real burden for the Egyptian revolution. Some of those activists were used by the Muslim Brotherhood and o
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Have Morsi supporters been blind to what Morsi DID do in power for the past year? This is not about taking sides, it's about looking at actual facts. Morsi did not achieve any promises he made, and the most upsetting REALITY is the moment Morsi took power, he promised to listen to the voice of the p