For Sinai’s displaced, hope of return fades among mines

They waited for several months, hoping that they would return to their villages and homes after the displacement. The wait was long, the anxiety increased, and when...

Frustrations deepen: The UAE and Egypt move from support to tension

Egyptian and Emirati relations have been lukewarm for months on several levels, especially the hot issues that the region is going through, in which Abu Dhabi plays...

Al-Sisi’s speeches about the January Revolution are between glorification and destruction

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's attack on the January 2011 revolution, while attending the activities of the 32nd Armed Forces Educational Symposium, was not the first of its kind....

Why does foreign investment escape Egypt?

In Egypt there are frequent government announcements about overcoming obstacles facing foreign investors and providing sets of facilities and incentives to attract foreigners to invest in Egypt;...

Louis Bonabart of Egypt: Al-Sisi renews his attack on January 2011 Revolution

In a quick reaction to Sisi's renewal of his attack on the January 25, 2011 revolution that toppled the late President Hosni Mubarak regime, a hashtag entitled A Gang has...

Mental health epidemic in Egypt: 25% of Egyptian people need psychiatric treatment

The World Mental Health Day comes to shed light on the suffering of millions of Egyptians who suffer from mental illnesses and do not find the exorbitant...

The Egyptian regime strips detainees of their blankets before winter

The Egyptian authorities launched intense searches of inmates in prisons, especially in Tora's central prison area. This campaign included stripping the detainees' belongings and allowing very few...

Egyptian regime carried out 77 executions in 5 years.

On the occasion of the International Day against the Death Penalty, which corresponds to October 10 of each year, Egypt watch monitors the details of the implementation...

Extreme discrimination: The title of the labor market in Egypt

The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics admitted that Egypt's labor market is dominated by "severe inequality." This statement coincides with the anniversary of the International...

The expansion of Lake Nasser: Could it save Egypt from dehydration?

In light of the failure of the Renaissance Dam negotiations between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia, and the latter's insistence on completing the dam and beginning to store water amid...