National Salvation Front


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

Journalists For Reform: Rebel Responsible for Killing of US Journalist Friday

Witnesses affirm 21-year-old US journalistic photographer stabbed to death in Alexandria Friday was victim of Rebel violence.

National Alliance in Support of Electoral Legitimacy Speech to Egypt People on Eve of June

Translation of National Alliance in Support of Electoral Legitimacy (NASEL)’s Speech to the Egyptian People on the eve of planned mass protests by the opposition and members of the defunct

Freedom and Justice Party Statement on Electoral Legitimacy Martyrs

Yet more innocent, honorable Brothers fall in horrific and totally unjustified attacks by old regime figures who hire the most hardened criminals to kill and maim in a desperate attempt

FJP: Rebel, Salvation Front Militias behind Killing of Muslim Brotherhood Shalakany in Fayoum

The FJP mourns a Brotherhood member who died Saturday from gunshot wounds after being attacked by opposition thugs last week in Egypt’s central Fayoum governorate.

FJP in Kafr El-Sheikh Accuses Rebel, Salvation Front of Looting and Torching Property

What hostile media describe as daily clashes between supporters and opponents of President Morsi are in fact vicious, violent and vengeful attacks against the Muslim Brotherhood and its political arm,

FJP: Opposition Refused to Nominate New Governors; Attempts Coup Against Legitimacy

Having refused to offer candidates for a nationwide governor reshuffle, Egypt’s opposition parties and movements now reject the President’s appointments and plot violence for the anniversary of his first year

Freedom and Justice Party in Aswan: ‘Rebel’ Phony Opposition by Ousted Regime Holdovers

According to FJP leader Ahmed, Rebel movement is another manifestation of toppled Mubarak cronies and affiliates – another failing desperate attempt to undermine and destroy postrevolution democratic process.

Presidency Condemns Political Violence and Edicts Legalizing Killing of Opponents

Egyptian presidency stresses that dialogue is the only way to complete the path and achieve remaining objectives of the peaceful January 25 Revolution.