Exclusive: Emirati acquisition of Abu Qir Fertilizers new example for Emirati looting of Egypt

A few weeks ago, Abu Qir Fertilizers Company announced it achieved considerable profits in 2021/2022, which is over double last year's. This announcement came a few weeks...

After preventing Nai Barghouthi: Egypt is closed against Palestinian artists

The Palestinian singer, Nai Barghouti, revealed that the Egyptian authorities prevented her from entering the country and deported her from Cairo Airport, which led to the cancellation...

Egyptian academics were excluded from university due to political causes

The disciplinary committee at the Higher Technological Institute in Egypt’s 10th of Ramadan city punished his assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering, Manar Tantawi, with a 15-day deduction...

Egypt and Algeria compete in Palestine after a dispute in Libya

The Egyptian-Algerian relationship has recently witnessed severe disturbance on top of their different situations from the Libyan issue. While the Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune supported the National...

Sisi’s decision to give military graduates scientific degrees paves the way to militarizing the...

On July 4, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ratified a new law that allows the Egyptian Military Academy to give its graduate bachelor and license degrees in politics, economics,...

Systemic destruction of State Council: New episode of building new Egyptian authoritarianism

Over the past two weeks, the story of Egyptian justice Ayman Hajaj who murdered his wife, TV host Shaimaa Gamal, trended on Egypt's social media and was...

Private schools and class discrimination in Egypt

Many private and international schools in Egypt set class conditions for accepting students, including the parents' high qualifications, English language proficiency, living in an upscale neighbourhood, owning...

Gasoline prices in Egypt exacerbate citizen’s economic suffering

Last Wednesday, the Egyptian government raised the prices of all types of fuel by rates ranging between 5.7% and 10.25%, including diesel, which is widely used in...

After Ghada Wali: Intellectual thefts under official cover in Egypt

Many intellectual theft operations carried out under the guise of Egyptian official institutions were exposed over the past few weeks, which sparked sharp criticism against the government...

Detainees’ deaths in July highlight the inhumane detention conditions in Egypt

The first week of this July witnessed the death of 3 detainees with political backgrounds in the places of detention in Egypt, bringing the number of victims...