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The campaign lost its first member in clashes near Cairo University
In an interview with the Daily News Egypt, Khaled Al-Sherif, media spokesman of Building and Development Party, spoke about the current political situation in Egypt, criticising the opposition and calling them “unethical” for not respecting the ballot box.
Morsi opponents in Cairo’s Tahrir Square chanted: “The army and the people, united,” as military helicopters staged a fly-past trailing huge Egyptian flags.
Opposition says president’s speech incited violence and army page admin says they will sacrifice their lives to counter terrorism and extremism
The meetings comes just hours before the end of the 48 hour ultimatum set by the army
Analysing the current political scene is quite difficult, because things are happening very fast, and predictions that are to be published in two-days time might turn out to be far from reality. Despite the difficulty, I am bound to present an analytic reading of the situation, hoping that this reading would succeed in presenting an …
By Inji Mounib History is always repeating itself in all possible ways, a fact that we are aware of and a truth proven throughout time in Egypt and around the globe. Mostly historians realise this, but we all like to talk about it. Going back in history, the 80 long years since the establishment of …
It is normal for an individual, especially from the younger generations, to have a memory slate that involuntarily and regularly wipes itself clean. Unfortunately, I have one of those memories, leaving me sometimes unaware of things that happened not so long ago. On the other hand, it is abnormal for an entire nation of 83 …
Around 63% of Egyptians believe that their living conditions are now worse than they were at the start of President Mohammed Morsi’s tenure.
Half of all Egyptians believe there has been foreign interference in Egypt’s internal policies by other nations during the first year of the president’s tenure.
59% of Egyptians believe that the country would be in a better state had the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces remained in power.
The Freedom and Justice Party general secretary says the former regime is staging a coup against the January 25th Revolution
NSF declares its agreement with the Armed Forces’ announcement and calls for the president to step down
Protesters continued to flock to Tahrir square demanding the removal on President Mohamed Morsi. Tamarod (Rebellion) campaign, Al-Dostor party and Al-Tiar Al-Sha’aby among other political groups called upon the people to remain in the different squares across the country, until their demands are met Photos by Aaron T. Rose
The spokesman for UN High Commissioner for Human Rights “conveyed a message of solidarity to Egyptians”
Maher stressed that the movement will not leave the streets until the overthrow of the regime
Statement: Ministry stands “with equal distance” from all factions
Protesters demand replacement of the governor with a military ruler
As many people in the country are out on the streets to express their opinion on the president and the government, a subculture of vendors arises with them, providing much needed sustenance to the protesters.
Good Morning Egypt… So, 30 June arrived, and as anticipated, it was spectacular. What could only be described as an endless sea of people swarmed Egypt’s streets, showcasing a flood of flags and red cards to “President” Mohamed Morsi and his beloved Muslim Brotherhood. The infighting between different factions in the marches was nonexistent, while …
Army Spokesman further explains “ultimatum” statement
The worldwide gold market witnessed a sharp price decline since 17 June; average prices of the 24k ounce decreasing to EGP 8977.04 in 19 June.
El-Madaawy added that passenger traffic at airports throughout Egypt had recently increased 10%, and that so far
Maher stated that the state media had “fabricated news.”
Protesters blame FJP members for shooting randomly at them, while FJP denies, blames media for inciting people
All that you need to know to manage your life in the next few days
This vendor on Tahrir is wearing a headband that says irhal, or leave, and has planted a large Egyptian flag among the prickly pears, he is selling to protesters
By Philip Whitfield La Jolie Plage North Coast (30 June.) Your Excellencies, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, and the riff raff at the back, welcome to the Couch Party annual general meeting. Or as my wife put it when she sent me packing, welcome to the Couch Grouse. Founders of civilisation, interim riparian cotenants of …
As I write this article, 30 June has just begun: people are waving Egyptian flags and happily going about their day, Tahrir square is filled to the brim hours before marches are scheduled to begin, and El-Merghany street leading up to the presidential palace is already closed off. On my way to work, I noticed …
One columnist reviews Morsi speech, while the other explains why a rebellion is different from a revolution. Suleiman Shafiq It is time for the Muslim Brotherhood to leave Al-Watan Newspaper Columnist Suleiman Shafiq begins his article with an experience he had on the night of President Mohamed Morsi’s latest speech. “Morsi ended his speech. I …
Thousands fill squares across the country, and surround the presidential palace, joined in outcry against the Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohamed Morsi
Daily News Egypt speaks to Conference Party head and National Salvation Front leader Amr Moussa