Upper Egypt


Brotherhood Million-Man Marches, Community Service Events on January 25 Anniversary

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and its political wing, the FJP, plan extensive demonstrations, featuring events and activities dedicated to the service of the people of Egypt, on the revolution’s anniversary.

Shohdy Sedky: FJP Platform Epitome of Justice and Equality for All Citizens

Eng. Shohdy Sedky, from Beni Mazar in the Menya governorate a renowned Copt in Upper Egypt is one of the first to join the party and is a co-founder of

Monastery in Upper Egypt Extends Hands to FJP

A delegation from the Upper Egypt’s Monastery paid the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party a visit to its headquarters in Beni Suef to congratulate the party on its establishment.

New governors sworn in Saturday

In response to the demands of opposition forces and political activists PM Essam Sharaf removed several governors appointing nine army officers and eight police officers in addition to civilians.

Israel’s Longstanding Middle East Plan

In 1982, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs senior advisor Oded Yinon published a revealing document for regional conquest and dominance. Still relevant today, it's titled "A Strategy for Israel in

Inside Egypt’s sectarian violence

In recent weeks, Egypt has witnessed an increase in sectarian violence between Muslims and the Christian minority.

A parliamentary questioning on the neglect of stolen Egyptian antiquities

Dr. Hamdi Zahran, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary bloc and Deputy of Beni Suef, condemned the government's disregard to make any serious attempts to retrieve the looted Egyptian

5 MB High-Ranking leaders in Upper Egypt released

Security Services released five of the Brotherhood’s high ranking figures from Upper Egypt following the Cairo Criminal Court’s decision to release them on November 1st, 2009. The detainees had been

Geologist Says Muqattam Heights May Be Exposed to Worse Disasters

Ikhwanonline reporter held an interesting interview with the renowned Geologist Professor Khaled Ouda to highlight the scientific causes of the tragic rockslide that hit Addeweqa slums in the eastern Cairo

Egypt: State Council Cancels House Vote in

In a heavy caliber surprise that may increase owes of the Egyptian regime, the State Council cancelled the results of the 2005 People’s Assembly elections in 24 constituencies nationwide.