Khaled Saeed


Turning a Blind Eye to Egypt

Since President Obama’s Cairo speech, his administration has been disturbingly quiet in word and deed about the Egyptian government’s repression of democracy.

Egypt : Arresting A Former MP and A Member of The National Assembly for Change

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information said today that security in Alexandria has arrested the former leftist and the leader of The National Assembly for Change, Abu al-Ezz al-Hariry

Human rights report describes Egypt’s regime as repressive

A recent report from the American human rights organization published by Freedom House has listed Egypt as one of the most repressive countries worldwide.

Egypt: Security detains activist involved in ElBaradei campaign

Cairo's institute for human rights studies in a statement asserted that Sources claimed that eyewitnesses saw activist Amr Salah seized outside his home and pushed into a vehicle with dark

Parliamentarians and human rights activists demand gov’t to end facebook monitoring

In a recently published comment, Dr. Hamdi Hassan from the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary bloc stressed that the Egyptian Ministry of Interior's recently stepped up monitoring of the popular web site

Activists protest in solidarity with Khaled Saeed and Mohamed Turk

National and political activists organized a protest in Alexandria in solidarity with the family of Khaled Saeed Alexandria's torture victim and Mohamed Saad Turk, a student who has been missing

Private photos of El Baradei’s family spark controversy online

The Egyptian electoral race just got a notch dirtier. Well, it just started to look like an electoral race - with the online publication of private photos lifted from the

Sometimes You Need To Slap More Than To Denounce

The timing was interesting as I hinted before , at the same time ElBaradei returns to the country and Omar Soliman’s posters ; in fact next day the whole world

Egypt’s Regime Will Change

Sometimes, it seems like the United States is more interested in giving aid to Egypt than Egypt is to receive it. This year, for example, Egypt objected to a $250

Ikhwanweb: Freedom and democracy are more important than Laila ElBaradei’s bikini

Today, rumor and gossip feed a press and public hungry for scandalous tales. Shedding light on this thought is the emergence of a new campaign initiated by an anonymous individual