Just like the Gulf state , people are referred to court because of tweets :(
Christiane Amanpour interviews AUC political sciences professor Emad Shahin who is currently accused of espionage.
Important analysis Alfred Raouf about one of the main core problems in Egypt that is standing against any radical change or even reform. I agree with him and I want to add that the civil alternative is not given a chance to be rebuild and this is challenge of its own.
Yes they are back despite El Sisi claimed that the old Pre-25 January revolution faces would not return back
Interestingly that they bring this up when actually he was approved to run for presidency in 2012.
I think all the security apparatuses in Egypt should stand a trial for letting him to run and win the elections then !!
Both of Morsi aides were in custody since July 3,2013 by the way.
A must read
And the MB sisterhood is yet again in the spot light
I agree , based on history as well politics this group will not end but the question here "will the brotherhood learn from its mistakes !?"
NY Times speaks about the exhausted police force now in Egypt.
By Force !!
Anyhow I got another theory. This statement comes at the same time the name of Moussa is being suggested widely in the media in Egypt as the upcoming president. Moussa is considered a consensual name some how. Some say that he tried to please everybody in the Constitution committee and the military needs a good civilian face as President that they will not clash with who can deal with the world ..etc.
Hard times for Islamic PKS party in Indonesia
The latest alleged leak of General Abdel El Sisi is quite interesting by alllllll measures.
The man has got a dream !!
A must read Comparison between Egypt's Constitutions in 2013 and 2012.
Photos from the sectarian war erupted now in Central Africa.
El Bashir's reshuffles in the government and administration. Old dying regimes trying to save their asses
I said it before and I will say that again change is coming to Sudan
The Washington Post's View today is about Egypt and what Washington should do in order to restore democracy in the Arab leading country especially now the road map is interpreted and does not seem lead to a civilian democracy but rather to military rule. The WP lists the draft constitution , the new protest law and the arrest of liberal activists as signs on how things are not on the right track in Egypt.
As usual the WP demands the US decision makers to cut the aid.
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