Latest in Tag: Al-sisi Highlight
Latest in Tag: Al-sisi
You choose your rulers, and you topple them: defence minister to Egyptian people
We call for demonstrations on 6 October under the slogan “Returning the favour and supporting Al-Sisi for presidency”: “Kammel Gemilak” campaign head
We’ve been fighting for fifty years the same war, we can’t forget And the country is like a waiting room, And the queue reaches the airport “From the Queue”, By Mashrou’ Leila ……….. A picture of a wedding, where the bridesmaids are all wearing army fatigues, appears on your timeline. Another picture of a different …
Hagel calls on interim government to show commitment to the roadmap.
If somehow we managed to research the words used most frequently by Egyptians in the past three months, I’m sure “Al-Sisi” would come high up on that list. You can easily recognise the kind of political atmosphere you’re caught in the middle of simply by noticing the reactions of people to the General’s name. Al-Sisi …
Deep State? Don’t give them too much credit; their danger is much simpler than that
By Philip Whitfield Truth trumps fiction. According to some Muslim Brothers it’s time to dump Morsi and dump on General Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi. Remember this bit of Brotherhood balderdash? “We’re not seeking power. We just want to build this country.”It was mind-boggling mapping Morsi’s mendacious malarkey. Nowadays it’s caliginous charting the Brotherhood’s course. Did you …
Following visit to Cairo, AU panel meet to discuss Egypt before presenting their findings
Abul Fotouh’s party calls for political solution, as well as inspection for weapons in pro-Morsi
FJP releases a statement confirming their position regarding negotiations and reconciliation
Fact-finding delegation meets to discuss Egypt’s suspension from the union
Obama asks McCain and Graham to visit Egypt
Delegation organises meetings with political movements as well as the Minister of Defence to discuss suspension of Egypt’s activities within the Union
EU head will stress importance of an inclusive transition process in meetings with all sides
Several political parties as well as public figures comment on the deadly Rabaa Al-Adaweya clashes
Unknown assailants attack police forces three times on Saturday, leaving one injured
Ministry of Foreign Affairs source defends government response, saying violence “regrettable” but police were “provoked”
127 dead and 4,500 injured, 700 of which suffered gunshot wounds and 3,500 injured due to tear gas in violence on Saturday
Thousands of demonstrators marched from Mustafa Mahmoud Mosque in Dokki to converge with other marches in Tahrir Square on Friday answering the call of Minister of Defence Abdul Fatah Al-Sisi.
Pro-Morsi protesters say they will stand strong in the face of pro-army rallies
Men, women and children marched in protest of Minister of Defence Abdul Fatah Al-Sisi’s Wednesday speech
Egypt serves as a stabilizing pillar of regional peace and security: US official to AFP
Demonstrators in Tahrir Square respond to defence minister’s call for mobilisation
Pro-Morsi protesters march from Old Cairo to Al-Nahda Square.
The groups rebuffed the “extralegal mandate” to confront terrorism and urged alternative solutions.
Protesters plan to march nationwide in support of army and against “terrorism”
Groups announce support for the army and condemn the Brotherhood
State Department unable to elaborate on the suspension of F-16 delivery
The Salafi party condemns “all forms of intimidation” and calls for reconciliation meeting
The 30th of June was a coup that wasn’t popularly supported. Police sent a few thousand plain-clothed personnel to Tahrir Square on that day to demonstrate. The media, decidedly against President Mohamed Morsi, hyped up the demonstrations by showing footage from the 18 days in 2011 in an effort to exaggerate Morsi’s opposition and deceive …