Journalists Syndicate


Arab Monitor For Media Freedom Renews Calls to Release Journalists, Media Workers

AMMF calls on all organizations concerned with freedom of the press to pressure junta to release 67 journalists and media workers detained in inhuman conditions in Egyptian jails.

Freedom and Justice Newspaper Criticizes Forced Closure

It probably is no coincidence that state-run Ahram printers should stop the Muslim Brotherhood political wing's Freedom and Justice Newspaper, since the junta abducted the country's elected President Mohamed Morsi,

Freedoms Committee Condemns Continuing Persecution of Journalists, Media Professionals

Journalists rights committee criticizes persistent repression against media professionals opposed the military-installed government.

Muslim Brotherhood Delegation to Visit Media Institutions, Highlight Official Discourse

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood tasks a team of its media professionals to visit various print and broadcast media establishments to boost relations and shed light on facts related to the group’s

Egypt ‘Journalists for Reform’ Condemns Lynching of Journalists at Church Ceremony

Journalist reform movement urges Syndicate chief Rashwan to take prompt action after journalists (male and female) are attacked physically and verbally at a church ceremony in Cairo.

Mahmoud Hussein: Muslim Brotherhood Respects Journalists; Rejects Violence Whatever Its Source

While Brotherhood leader Hussein denounces all acts of violence, he condemns total media silence over persistent calls to attack and torch the group’s headquarters, of which 30 have been stormed

Muslim Brotherhood Secretary-General to Journalists Syndicate Chief: Hope for Cooperation

Brotherhood leader sends video recording showing journalists and photographers deliberately provoking security personnel outside Brotherhood HQ Saturday.

Aza Al-Garf, Strong Voice in New Parliament Advocating Women Rights

During an international press conference following the 2010 parliamentary elections which were marred by vote-rigging and before the January revolution, Muslim Brotherhood (MB) candidate for the women's quota Aza Al-Garf

Brotherhood Journalists Concede Defeat in Syndicate Elections

The first elections of the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate after the Revolution saw Mamdouh Al-Wali, a Muslim Brotherhood ally, winning the chairman’s seat against competition from the left-wing Yehia Qalash after

MB: Holding Journalists Elections on Time Victory for Free Press

Mr. Ahmed Ezz Eddin, media spokesman for Muslim Brotherhood (MB) journalists, expressed his delight as the Egyptian Journalists' Syndicate announced Wednesday October 26 the date to hold elections for the