FJP Begins Coordinating With Other Parties Ahead of Elections

The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) hosted, on Tuesday, June 21, 2011, the second coordination meeting with the political parties and forces of Egypt at 1 pm at the party's

Students, Opposition, and International Groups Condemn Church Bombing

The deadly blast outside an Egyptian Church in Alexandria was condemned by representatives from Egypt's entire political spectrum, governments worldwide and international organizations.

Foreign Reactions to US Anti-Muslim Events, Part II: Qur’an Burning Day

This is the second of a four-part series of posts on foreign reactions to recent anti-Muslim rhetoric in the U.S.

Evidence of Egyptian Security Monitoring Activists on The Social Network, Facebook

Egyptian Security Forces set up a new section to track political activists on Facebook and to limit the number of groups against President Mubarak, his son and the ruling party

Editorial: ElBaradei and the intoxication of hope

“The Emperor’s New Clothes” is one such timeless classic that is of particular relevance to Egypt today.

El-Baradei: Egypt’s dream or illusion

To applaud El-Baradei’s “provided intention,” the Independent Campaign to Support El-Baradei for 2011 Elections, decided to collect attorneys from people to authorize El-Baradei to change the constitution; although he did

Nour fights to regain civil rights after prison

After more than three years in an Egyptian prison, the opposition leader Ayman Nour could be forgiven for taking a step back from the political spotlight. But nine months since