Egyptian Journalist


On World Press Freedom Day ‘Journalists for Reform’ Demands Rights, Professional Values

Remembering their colleagues who died or received injuries as they pursued their trade, Egypt’s JFR movement calls on all parties to uphold press and media rights and values.

Egypt: Remnants of NDP Are Still Able To Commit More Crimes The Arabic Network Condemns

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information today condemned the attack on the journalist, Ali Said , at Radio and Television magazine by a group of thugs of NDP on

Understanding the Muslim Brotherhood

All eyes are on Egypt's biggest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood. What are the Brotherhood's goals?

An Egyptian blogger to Lose His Job Because of His Writings on The Internet

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information today said that an Egyptian blogger lost his job because of his political views on his blog. The blogger,Mohammed Maree, was dismissed from

Politicians: Egypt at the Crossroads

After the run-offs, the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) was set to win about most of the seats in the parliament leaving almost only four seats for the leftist Tagammu

Media figure Hamdy Kandil’s trial scheduled for November 20

Judge Abdul Aziz Omar, Chairman of Cairo's Appeal Court and President of the Higher Committee for the elections, has listed November 20 to try veteran journalist Hamdy Kandil before Giza’s

Journalist Fined And Sentenced To Six Months For Insult And Libel Of Almasry Alyoum Editor

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information said today that it will ask the renowned journalist Magdi AlGalld , Editor of the independent newspaper AlMasry AlYoum to waive his complaint