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Egypt: Five Things To Know Going Into The “Day of Persistence”

The Egyptian authorities are making a mistake if they don’t believe that the demonstrators represent the Egyptian people. In addition to the April 6th Youth Movement and the ‘We Are

FJP Joins Friday’s Protests in Tahrir Sqaure

The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) has announced it will join protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Friday July 8th Day of Perseverance.

Interior Ministry Issues Statements in Response to Violence

Following the violence and clashes in Tahrir Tuesday, the Interior Ministry released a statement stressing that any attempts to storm their headquarters will be regarded as unlawful acts and sabotage.

Human Rights Condemn Slow Pace of Trials

Nearly twenty human rights groups in Egypt have called for the speedy trial of snipers and killers of protesters,

Panel Discusses the Spirit of the Egyptian Revolution and Methods to Keep it Alive

As protestors in Cairo's Tahrir Square made the decision to end a dictatorial rule and peacefully overthrow the 30 year reign of oppression, tyranny and violence the world looked on.

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.

US Opinion Poll: 95% of Egyptians Will Vote Next Election

A recent survey funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development and conducted by International Republican Institute captured the Egyptians' huge enthusiasm to the revolution which resulted in the stepping

Demonstrations in Alexandria Calling for New Constitution First

Following Friday prayers political and national powers organized a rally in front of Alexandria 's al-Qaed Ibrahim Mosque.

MB in UK: Patience is a Virtue

Speaking to Press TV from the UK, Mohamed Ghanem from the Muslim Brotherhood explains that there is not much sense to form a second revolution when the first revolution has

MB Warns against Counter Revolution and Amnesty

The Muslim Brotherhood's Tuesday seminars held in governorates nationwide urged Egyptians to protect the revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak from those who might try to pervert it for their own