Khaled Saeed


Facebook Page Commemorates Tarek Ghandour

The 88th prisoner killed in junta jails by deliberate medical-care negligence, university professor Dr. Ghandour, is remembered in a Facebook page set up in his name.

Pro-Democracy Alliance Condemns Continued Junta Raids on Egypt Villages, Prison Deaths

The junta's repression and violence know no bounds, respect no law as coup forces storm villages, wreaking havoc and killing protesters.

Itehadia Presidential Palace Testimonies and Facts

On November 4, 2013, the coup-appointed government will "try" kidnapped President Morsi and his aides in criminal court on charges of conspiracy to kill protesters outside the Ittehadia Palace on

FJP: Khaled Saeed Murderers Now Kill Women; Killed Copts in ‘Two Saints’ Church

Freedom and Justice Party affirms that the murderers of Khaled Saeed are the same security operatives who killed Christians in ‘Two Saints’ Church in Alexandria, in 2011, and now kill

Freedom and Justice Party Visits Martyr Khalid Saeed’s Family

As Muslim Brotherhood youth take part in activities marking the memory of Khalid Saeed, the organization’s political wing, the FJP, pays tribute to the Martyr credited with sparking Egypt’s January

Mubarak’s Trial and Errors

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is expected to go on trial tomorrow for corruption and for ordering police to shoot unarmed protesters in January. By pushing the case forward, Egypt's

Egypt: Five Things To Know Going Into The “Day of Persistence”

The Egyptian authorities are making a mistake if they don’t believe that the demonstrators represent the Egyptian people. In addition to the April 6th Youth Movement and the ‘We Are

Verdict Expected in Khaled Said Case

Amnesty International has urged the Egyptian authorities to ensure that justice is done in the case of Khaled Said, an Egyptian allegedly beaten to death by two police officers one

Activists Remember Khaled Saeed

Considered a catalyst of Egypt’s Revolution Khaled Saeed a torture victim of Egypt’s formed interior ministry will be remembered as Egyptian activists plan anti-torture protests next week in his commemoration.

Arab Youth – Changing Worldwide Perceptions

Change has definitely come to the Arab world and it has come at the hands of the youth. They are not just changing the political scene, but also how Westerners