Egyptian Regime


Los Angeles Times: Illogical for Egypt’s NDP to remain

An article posted in The Los Angeles Times describes Egypt’s Supreme Administrative Court decision to dismantle the former ruling NDP and liquidate all the party’s financial assets and properties as

Mubarak’s former ruling party dissolved

Realizing the publics’ demand an Egyptian court has ordered the dissolving of Egypt’s former ruling National Democratic Party.

Muslim Brotherhood launches TV Channel

Journalist and Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohsen Radhi ensured that Al-Ikhwan channel, that will soon be launched, will represent the Muslim Brotherhood and its moderate thinking, pointing out that it will

Ousted Mubarak served 15-day detention order

The 83 year old ousted President Mubarak was ordered detention soon after both his sons Alaa and Gamal also received the pending order for investigation.

Egypt prosecutor alleges schemes by Mubarak family

Egypt’s top prosecutor has notified the United States and other governments around the world that former president Hosni Mubarak and his family may have hidden hundreds of billions of dollars

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

Judge orders freeze on senior ex-officials assets

As investigations continue of former senior officials Egypt's army rulers froze assets belonging to three former henchmen of the deposed Mubarak.

MB and Christian youths launch first coalition

In a first move to eliminate fears between the Muslim Brotherhood and Christians, the first Coalition of the MB and Christian Youths will be launched at 8pm Friday April 1st,

Friday witnesses mass demonstrations

Mass protests broke out in Cairo following the Friday prayers by political groups and activists angry at the drafted law which bans strikes, protests, demonstrations and sit-ins.

The Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas and Iran

The Muslim Brotherhood seeks unity between Muslims calling for justice, civil society and a free and fair political arena.