Habib Al-Adly


ANHRI: Mubarak Behind Bars Lesson to All Dictators in the Region

Statement by the Arab Human Rights Network Informations (ANHRI), following the opening session of former president Mubarak's trial

Rights Group Raises Doubts About Mubarak’s Trial

On the eve of former president Mubarak's trial, the Arab Network for Human Rights Informations (ANHRI) criticized gov't plans to bring former regime's figures to justice and questioned the integrity

El-Shater Sues Former Interior Minister Over Illegal Detentions

Deputy Chairman for the Muslim Brotherhood, Engineer Khairat al Shater filed a lawsuit to the Attorney general against former interior minister, Habib al-Adly, former head of the State Security Investigation

Former Egyptian VP: Mubarak Was Aware of Details of Killing Protesters

Major General Omar Soliman, vice-president of former president Mubarak and former Head of Intelligence, described the details of Mubarak's involvement in the killing of protesters and he condemns the crime.

Mubarak and Sons Referred to Criminal Court

As protestors demands are voiced louder, Egypt's chief prosecutor appeases the nation by referring the former President Hosni Mubarak and his sons to criminal court to be tried on charges

Commission accuses Mubarak’s Sons of Masterminding Attacks on Protestors

A much expected report fromthe Fact Finding Committee on Egypt’s January 25 Revolution was released today.

Protestors demand trial of Mubarak and officials on Friday’s Save the Revolution

The call for a second million man march was heard by Egyptians who returned in their thousands to the scene of the January 25 Revolution Cairo's Tahrir Square.

MB accuses deposed Mubarak and regime of murder and torture

Muslim Brotherhood's top defense lawyer Abdel Monem Abdel Maqsoud, has stated that the MB is preparing a file of the violations committed by a number of state security leaders against

NDP Secretary General Announces Cleansing of NDP Corrupt Party

The National Democratic Party’s new secretary general has issued a statement asserting that the party has initiated a "cleansing” campaign aimed at ousting all members involved in cases of corruption.

Thugs receive sharp message

A new law has been discussed by Egypt’s newly appointed Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, and the ministerial cabinet sending a sharp message to thugs that have been terrorizing citizens.