Is there a conflict between the security and military services in Egypt?

September 28, 2019 The current political movement in Egypt, which most prominently manifested in the outbreak of protests against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi last...

“Save Us” The last shout of Egypt’s detainees

On Tuesday Arabi21 published a leaked message from inside Tora high-security prison, the Scorpion, about the conditions of political prisoners under the pandemic of coronavirus. The prisoners...

Egypt journalist Haitham Mahgoub detained for reporting on COVID-19 crisis

The Egyptian Supreme State Security Prosecution decided, on Wednesday, to detain a journalist working for Al-Masry Al-Youm, Haitham Hassan Mahgoub, for a period of 15 days, accusing...

Egypt uses pre-trial detention to take revenge on opponents

On Wednesday, Reporters without Borders (RSF) called for the immediate release of three Egyptian journalists who have been in administrative detention for two years. RSF condemned the...

Exclusive: Coronavirus ignites conflicts inside Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Church

Thousands of Coptic activists have caused great controversy in the past weeks, calling on the Coptic Orthodox Church to stop the ritual of Holy Communion during mass,...

Coronavirus storms Egypt’s army

The Egyptian army has declared the death of two major generals from COVID -19, but the official statement was too brief, simply mentioning that the two...

A crowded schedule for debt installments in 2020

General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s regime stands in a difficult position during the current year 2020, amid commitments to pay foreign debts, debt installments, and high interest rates....

Relatives of Egypt’s exiled opponents are the regime’s hostages

Several days ago, The New York Times published a report that revealed the arrest of many of the relatives of Egyptian opponents. The arrests are to press them to...

The enemy of the Arab people: Why do the people of the Middle East...

The Egyptian General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was not absent from the burning protests in Lebanon, where demonstrators were keen to insult the strong dictator.