WP: Delayed Democracy is the Real Threat In Egypt

Is Egypt imploding? A lot of people in Washington seem to think so, though they are talking about it quietly so far. Their fears are specific: that the Muslim Brotherhood

NED Honours Egyptian and Tunisian and Activists

The National Endowment for Democracy Centre in the US will be honouring Tunisian and Egyptian activists in a ceremony to be held Wednesday June 22.

National Coalition For Media Freedom An initiative of Human Rights Defenders, Journalists, Media Professionals And

A group of human rights organizations , activists, journalists, media professionals and bloggers made executive steps to create an institutional framework that reflects the aspirations of January 25th revolution, The

MB Youth, January 25 Activists Hope it Will Be the Start of Significant Change

Once the Muslim Brotherhood announced their participation in the Day of Rage protest scheduled for Tuesday, January 25th, Brotherhood bloggers promoted a banner across Facebook pages entitled "I'm a MB

Egypt Is Not Tunisia, But…

"Where can I find a Tunisian flag?" The question flooded Egyptian blogs, tweeter and Facebook pages minutes after news that popular protests had forced out long-time Tunisian dictator Zine el

When reporting becomes activism

Egypt’s regulations and restrictions on press and reporters go as far as mandating prison sentences clearly violating the international standards of freedom of speech.

For the first time in Time in The Arab world UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom

The Arabic Affairs Committee of the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate in collaboration with the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information organizes a meeting with Mr. Frank La Rue, UN Special Rapporteur

Wave of arrests of bloggers and activists

Reporters Without Borders condemned the 6 January 2011 arrests and disappearances of bloggers and online activists in a number of Tunisian cities.

Egypt’s 2010 Elections – Fraud, Oppression and Hope for Change

Eygpt’s 2010 parliamentary elections will go down in history as a blatant fraud and crime against democracy and the people it represents.

Background Report on Egyptian Civil Society Election Monitoring in Upcoming Elections

The Egyptian government has steadfastly refused to grant international election monitors access to monitor parliamentary elections this week. Senior Egyptian officials have rebuffed repeated requests from US government officials, claiming