Unprecedent final death sentences issued for 12 Muslim Brotherhood members in Egypt

Egypt’s Court of Cassation handed down, on Tuesday, the death sentence for 12 defendants and members of the Muslim Brotherhood in the case known in media as the Rabaa sit-in...

The special forces of Egypt’s army: Modest performance despite development attempts

Over the tenures of ex-presidents Mohamed Anwar Al-Sadat (1970-1981) and Mohamed Hosni Mubarak (1981-2011), the special forces department of the Egyptian army was neglected after repeated operational failures. This persisted...

Academic Freedom in Egypt goes on deterioration

Walid Salem put his passport and plane ticket to Seattle in his bag, but he had a deep feeling that the authorities would prevent him from traveling from Cairo...

555 Egyptian doctors are victims of COVID19 but no compensations

“Our martyrs have gardens, and their martyrs have salary increases, exceptional pensions, bonuses, apartments, pilgrimages, and jobs for their families.” A doctor depicted By these words the...

Reframing Egyptian-American relations: Checks are the password

During the 2019 US election campaign, presidential candidate Joe Biden was blunt when he said there were no more "coddling for dictators at the expense of American national security...

Al-Sisi’s “Second Republic”: A military state

Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi insists that his project represents “the declaration of a new republic.” Skeptics consider it an “egoistic” project a country with more pressing priorities cannot afford.

Egypt searches for solutions to the water shortage crisis

The most pessimistic Egyptians did not imagine that the day would come when they would plan to drink seawater or treated wastewater. For a long time, the...

Disputes and controversy in parliament over Sovereign Sukuk Law

There have been disputes between the deputies rejecting and others supporting the Sovereign Sukuk Bill in the parliament’s plenary session. The Egyptian government hastily prepared the...

Muhammad Al-Baqer: The justice knight approaching two years in detention

"He left his father in intensive care to attend the interrogation of activist Alaa Abdelfattah, only to be arrested and then included in the same case." Neama Hisham, wife of...

Sisi consolidates control over the Egyptian judiciary

The recent decisions issued by the Supreme Council of Judicial Bodies and authorities in Egypt, headed by Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, represent a qualitative leap in the history of judicial work...