Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Denounces Heinous Attack on Police in Helwan

 The Muslim Brotherhood condemns the vicious attack early on Sunday in which a number of police personnel  were killed. The group has always stressed the sanctity of blood, and condemned

Helwan Police Station Detainees’ Plea for Help

Under the rule of the current coup regime, Egyptian political detainees suffer unimaginable hardships, and here detainees in a Cairo police station call for help.

PM appoints 8 new governors including a Copt

Egypt’s new Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has appointed eight new governors including a Copt following numerous protests and public demands in a series of mass protests which began January 25.

Does Optimism with Egyptian Revolution Fade with the Return of Sectarian Violence?

No one in Egypt would have imagined that with the outbreak of the revolution on January 25, many of the chronic problems that the Egyptian society had suffered for decades,

Egyptian Preachers intervene to break up sit-in

After a church was partially burned and demolished last Friday in the village of Soul in Atfeeh, Helwan, thousands of residents attended a conference on Wednesday to strengthen solidarity between

Students, Opposition, and International Groups Condemn Church Bombing

The deadly blast outside an Egyptian Church in Alexandria was condemned by representatives from Egypt's entire political spectrum, governments worldwide and international organizations.

Egypt’s 2010 Elections – Fraud, Oppression and Hope for Change

Eygpt’s 2010 parliamentary elections will go down in history as a blatant fraud and crime against democracy and the people it represents.

Breaking news: Forces use tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse MB supporters

Security forces abducted a group of MB supporters accompanying candidate Omar Ramadan as they made their rounds.

Egypt must not try factory workers before a military court

Amnesty international has condemned the trial before an Egyptian military court of eight factory workers, all civilians, detained after taking part in a protest against poor safety conditions at the

Military court postpones trial of protesting workers

The military court trial of eight workers from the Helwan Engineering Industries Company was adjourned to August 28 as crowds anticipated the verdicts.