Human Rights Watchdog: Egyptian Government Blocked 497 Websites in Less Than a Year

The ‘Freedom of Thought and Expression Foundation’ has reaffirmed its rejection of any form of authority censorship imposed on freedom of expression, press freedom  and the internet freedom of access

Weapons of mass deception: time to turn to alternative media

Paul J. Balles looks at the hazards of relying on the mainstream media, which are increasingly concentrated in the hands of a small number of conglomerates and moguls, such as

Amr Khaled’s moderate thought fights Al-Qaeda’s extremist ideology in Yemen

Egyptian preacher embarks on battle to win hearts and minds of Yemeni extremists with his intermediacy, moderation.

Blair reminds us why the natives revolted

When former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) get together, you know that something slightly frightening will happen.

Egyptian opposition: Regime has reached lowest level of behaviour

Dr. Abdel-Halim Kandil, General Coordinator for the Kefaya movement criticized the Egyptian regime describing them as reaching the lowest possible moral standard with their constant defiance of the constitution and

Jerusalem Post fears post Mubarak Era

A recent article published in the Jerusalem Post discussed the current situation in Egypt with the upcoming parliamentary elections, the presidential elections and post Mubarak speculations.

Future faces

The face of Gamal Mubarak, the son of President Hosni Mubarak and chairman of the ruling National Democratic Party's (NDP) influential Policies Committee, has appeared on posters in the streets

Egypt launches first Arabic domain suffix

The computers are filled with eager Internet users at this Cairo-based café. They have their headphones on and are tapping away at the keys with ease and quickness.

Egypt’s answer to Amazon

The first thing you notice when you visit Sherif Nassar’s office in Ard el Golf, an upscale neighborhood in Cairo, is that he has no inventory on the shelf.

Egypt’s Internet presence increasing

CAIRO: Less than ten years ago, the Egyptian government established the ministry of technology and has been showing its teeth in new and innovative projects that are pushing the country