Libyan Game of Thrones: Egypt between Bashagha and Dbaiba

Two weeks ago, violent clashes erupted in Tripoli between the forces of the Government of National Unity headed by Abdel Hamid Dbaiba and the armed forces siding...

Sisi circumvents the constitution to control the supervisory state apparatuses

On Tuesday, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi appointed General Amr Adel as acting head of the Administrative Control Authority, succeeding General Hassan Abdel Shafy, who reached retirement age. Adel...

Egypt’s Intelligence objects to Emirati acquisition of Nasr City Housing Company

The board of directors of Madinet Nasr Housing decided to reject an Emirati offer to acquire all the company's shares. While the official reason was the weakness...

Corruption scandal strikes Sisi-sponsored Nation’s Future party

The Egyptian General Intelligence Service is currently conducting a large-scale purge among the senior leaders of the state-sponsored Nation’s Future party, which seizes the majority in both...

Egypt’s journalists between harassment and illegal layoffs

The deterioration of journalists’ conditions in Egypt started when Abdel Fattah El-Sisi al-Sisi took office in 2014. Then onwards, the general decided to hold the press and...

With COP27 approaching: Egypt suffers from further environmental failures

Next November, Egypt is preparing to host the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27). This supposedly motivated the Egyptian government to give more attention to the...

The Emirati coveted: Warraq Island under attack

Once again, the confrontations started between the Egyptian police forces and the residents of the Nile Island of Al-Warraq, which the Sisi regime has been trying to...

Hussein Abdullah and Tarek Amer: The General Intelligence manipulates the Central Bank of Egypt

The dismissal of the Central Bank of Egypt governor, Tarek Amer, represented an exceptional event in Egypt. In contrast, the country suffered one of the most striking...

Ahmed al-Sisi: Egypt under the rule of nepotism

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi made a law amendment to allow his brother, counsellor Ahmed al-Sisi, to keep the office as the head of the anti-money laundry and terrorism...

Threatened churches: The catastrophe of Abu Sefein Church may be recurrently repeated

Last Sunday, the Egyptians woke up to the tragedy of the death of 41 people, including 18 children, and the injury of 14 others, after a fire...