Egyptian society


Egyptian Parliament Abroad Urges UN to Pressure Coup Regime, Junta to Stop Violations

On Tuesday, September 29, 2017, an Egyptian Parliament Abroad (EPA) delegation visited the United Nations headquarters in Ankara and met with Irina Fujakova, Director of the UN Office and Resident

Muslim Brotherhood Mourns Former Chairman Mohamed Mahdi Akef

The Muslim Brotherhood mourns Mohamed Mahdi Akef, the group’s seventh Chairman, who passed in the harsh dungeons of the ruthless military coup junta in Egypt after a long struggle with

Detained Mum-of-Four Shireen Bekheet’s Heart-Rending Message from Coup Junta’s Dark Dungeons

Days pass slowly, in dark and oppressive monotony, inside Qanater Prison for Women where my life has become a mirage, and I have lost almost all hope of getting released.

Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Statement Regarding Unjust Ruling

Despite Monday’s ruling by a putschists’ court to disband the group, the Brotherhood vows to remain steadfast on the path of democratic change, committed to its covenant with God and

The Court Verdict – An Attack on Democracy Which Will not Undermine the Muslim Brotherhood’s

The Cairo court verdict issued on September 23, dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood Association and freezing its assets, is neither legally sound nor justified in any way.

Tunisia 4 July 2013: Ennahdha Party Statement on Egypt

In the face of recent events in Egypt, namely the removal of President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday 3 July 2013 in a flagrant coup against democratic legitimacy as embodied in

FJP in Kafr El-Sheikh Accuses Rebel, Salvation Front of Looting and Torching Property

What hostile media describe as daily clashes between supporters and opponents of President Morsi are in fact vicious, violent and vengeful attacks against the Muslim Brotherhood and its political arm,

Muslim Brotherhood: Democracy Falters, Even Fails if Minority Persistently Flouts Popular Will

If a fascist few are allowed to disrupt and undermine the elected leader’s rule, a neo-nascent democracy may well lose its footing, to be promptly replaced with an abhorrent, repressive

Ghozlan to The Guardian: We are Not Against Creativity; Culture Minister Faces Mubarak Elite

Having suffered oppression at the hands of successive regimes for decades, the Muslim Brotherhood vows to never suppress artistic or creative talents.

Minister of Culture: We Support Cultural Revolution, All Arts and Creativity

Egypt’s new Culture Minister rejects intellectual terrorism and moral assassination; and supports a cultural revolution that provides all forms of art and creativity.