The trial against the deposed president has been adjourned until Feb. 24 by a Cairo court
Why did the Muslim Brotherhood rush to participate in the Egyptian protests after Jan. 25?
The Egyptian revolutionary camp is not above critique, and never should be
The Brotherhood wants the Egyptian people to awake to mornings full of blood, murder and violence.
Violence marred the anniversary demonstrations held by supporters of the ousted Islamist president Mohammad Mursi
The news comes after 49 people were killed during rival rallies on Saturday’s anniversary of the 2011 uprising
‘Gen. Sisi looked to Joseph Stalin for guidance,’ one story said
Hamzawy is a rare example of a secular critic of the army's decision to depose Islamist president Mohamed Mursi last July
The film chronicles the events of the Egyptian revolution until the ouster of former President Mohammad Mursi through a laborer
In his long-forgotten memoirs, the former king describes being trapped in his palace by revolutionaries
Khaled Saeed is an icon of the January 2011 nationwide uprising after being brutally killed by police
Rival political groups in the country are marking the 2011 uprising which ended in the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak
On the third anniversary of Egypt’s 2011 revolution, Al Arabiya News looks at what happened to those who were at the core of it
With al-Qaeda-inspired bombings, relentless political turmoil and dismal outlooks for investment and tourism, what’s there to celebrate?
At least six were killed in bombings targeting police ahead of Jan. 25 anniversary
Hazem el-Beblawi’s declaration of support for army chief’s presidential bid marks one of the highest-level endorsements to date
Saturday the 25th marks the third anniversary of the 2011 revolt, and promises to be a tense day
The idea that the Brotherhood spearheaded the 2011 uprising is historical revisionism
Egypt is plagued by civil strife, vigilante violence and terrorism
Mubarak was released from mijail but is kept under house arrest in a military hospital in Maadi
Which people — whose supporters — am I talking about? I am, of course, talking about the remnants of every regime that quickly collapsed ...
Egypt’s second largest Islamist party, al-Nour, said it will support the draft charter in the country’s upcoming referendum
Egypt’s immediate post-Mubarak phase saw a bungled transitional process led by Mubarak’s own generals
Pro-Mursi demonstrations have been banned in Tahrir since the ouster of the Islamist president on July 3
Egypt has been wounded throughout the last three years, by a repeated assault on the revolutionary ideals that brought people to the streets in 2011
Omar Suleiman said in a recording that some Jihadists were supported by ‘foreign parties’
Egypt should be the country of one million leaders since the political elite should be made up of one percent of the country’s 100 million ...
“Egypt plays a crucial role in the political, cultural and the economic leadership in the Middle East and North Africa.” John Kerry What U ...
The European Union is angry, and Germany in particular is livid. Brazil and Mexico are very upset. Iraq and Afghanistan are afraid. Turkey is confused ...
Egypt’s former President Hosni Mubarak has reportedly said the country’s 2011 uprising that ousted him from power had initiated in 2005 ...
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