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The Weak State

As the months have trudged by since 30 June, there has been a myriad of talk in the media regarding the creation of the new Egyptian state. The 3 July press conference, showing Al-Sisi with ElBaradei (representing the NSF), Sheikh Al-Azhar, Pope Tawadros, and the Head of Al-Nour Salafi Party, showed the outline of what …

Mahmoud Salem

Will Al-Sisi run for president?

First we will discuss the consequences of General Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi running for president. What first comes to mind is that Al-Sisi will win, of course, which would confirm the doubt that 30 June was a military coup.  This would seriously hurt Egypt’s connections with the international political scene. On the other hand, this win …

Farid Zahran

Will the Muslim Brotherhood return to the political scene?

I do not want to spread panic amongst people especially those who are enemies of the Brotherhood, but I am beginning to think that there is a possibility that the Brotherhood will return to the forefront of the political scene. The main reason for the resurgence of the Brotherhood is the aggressive methods employed by …

Farid Zahran

Dr. H.A. Hellyer

The Egyptian lobbies

Since the military ouster of Mohammed Morsi, different Egyptian groups have lobbied the international community more than ever since the revolution began in 2011. The diversity of the lobby is more than probably ever before – and the intensity of those efforts is perhaps unmatched as well. The irony is – none of those lobbying …

Dr H.A. Hellyer


In Pictures: Brotherhood sympathisers protest leaders’ trial

Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood group protested outside the High Court on Tuesday where the trial of some of the group’s leaders was being held. The Brotherhood’s Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie and his two aides Khairat Al-Shater and Rashad Al-Bayoumi, facing charges related to the deaths of protesters who stormed the Brotherhood’s headquarters in Al- Moqattam, …

Daily News Egypt