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“Trial of Popular Will” protests meant to last from Friday to Monday
A German human rights organisation, the International Society for Human Rights, describes Muslim Brotherhood as “a terrorist organisation”
Public prosecution authorises security forces’ entrance to campus after students storm administrative building
Political groups and human rights movements call on interim president to scrap bill approved by cabinet
Some 1.5 million Muslim pilgrims thronged Mount Arafat in Saudi Arabia Monday for the high point of the annual hajj, praying for an end to disputes and bloodshed.
Alleged assailant is accused of attempted murder and detained for 15 days
In video statement, wanted high-ranking Brotherhood member claims General Al-Sisi’s roadmap is a replica of Morsi’s
Association highlights faults of current government in dealing with victims.
Student was arrested near school; detained for one day
The hijab fashion in Egypt has been changing rapidly over the last ten years. Although the Spanish style veil has emerged five years ago, a newer and faster “Spanish” is getting simpler and looser now. Some argue that the traditional hijab, despite the new florescent colours, will soon fade out in Egypt.
Makhioun says that the party will not nominate a candidate in the upcoming presidential elections
6 April Youth Movement organises protest; Muslim Brotherhood condemns state of emergency extension
Strategic adviser to the interim president, Mostafa Higazy, said that the number of “terrorists in Sinai” increased from 1,000 to 12,000 under Morsi
Muslim Brotherhood leader urges detainees not to answer prosecutor’s questions
Curfew from 7pm to 6am
Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) legal advisor Mokhtar Al-Ashry said that the case has been postponed to 21 August, but that he expected former president Mohamed Morsi to be reinstated before then and bring an end to “all these police-like measures.”
8 April Army Officers movement releases statement denying rumours made by Brotherhood
Brotherhood statement on anniversary of 10th of Ramadan says Egypt in “dark nightmare”
Opposing sides call for “mass mobilisation” and marches on same day.
Alleged victim claims he was tortured by protesters at Rabaa Al-Adaweya
Military as well as Islamist spokesmen deny any official dialogue
Armed assailants attack power plant checkpoint in Rafah
Freedom and Justice Party leading figure said “military coup” is to blame for Sinai violence
26 members left on Monday in protest of party withdrawal from roadmap
Resignations follow party’s reaction to Republican Guard clashes.
Military addressed nation about recent events.
Two of those involved in the video have been arrested
Sunday marches planned by both Tamarod and the pro-Morsi NCSL
Confusion ensures as interim government calls for dialogue.
A number of Islamist leaders arrested across the country