Latest in Tag: Tahrir Highlight
Latest in Tag: Tahrir
The recent visit of the United States Secretary of State John Kerry has pushed several writers to analyse America’s reasons to support the Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohamed Morsi. Meanwhile, some commentators have discussed the objective of demonstrators, who appear persistent to remain in Tahrir Square. Mohamed Salmawi The Muslim Brotherhood’s American Support Al-Masry …
Clashes continue in Port Said while the restive governorate of Daqahleya remains relatively calm
Clashes continue in the vicinity of Semiramis Hotel
A beard and a police uniform! Religious righteousness will have authority and weapons from now on
Police made more arrests on Sunday night, in addition to 71 arrested earlier in the day
More protesters clashed with police following the arrests
I have no problem admitting how much the Muslim Brotherhood annoys me. There is absolutely nothing that I admire about this group. I hate their fascist intentions, I disrespect their manipulative politics, their constant lying appalls me and I am offended by how much they distort a peaceful religion like Islam. The mere presence of …
Protesters gathered in Tahrir Square chanting against the Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi, and carrying banners against what they call “Muslim Brotherhood terror”
Human rights organisations reject children’s detention alongside adults
There is no stopping the train, and it is important to do all that is possible to try to get to the right destination, rather than just go faster
Prosecution orders Islamist preacher to be detained for contempt of Christianity
A photo of a torched CSF truck painted with red hearts near Tahrir Square took the virtual world by storm a couple of days ago. It seems some creative soul decided to decorate the recently torched truck with festive hearts, possiby to display his deep and undying love for his beloved amid the rubble. Valentine’s …
Protesters stress they are civilians who are not politically affiliated, but are unhappy with the status quo
Calls remain the same since the uprising in 25 January 2011
Islamist and opposition groups are both set to demonstrate on Friday following prayers.
Dozens of masked men carrying wooden sticks and knives smashed the glass front of a luxury hotel in Cairo.
Opposition groups hold marches to Tahrir Square and the Presidential Palace
Members of political groups will join Tahrir Bodyguard in attempts to make Tahrir Square harassment-free
Mourners gathered at Omar Makram mosque in Tahrir Square at noon on Monday for the funeral of two men killed in the latest wave of clashes.
Two years after the deadly Battle of the Camel, the people behind the attack have yet to be brought to justice
Protests continue in Tahrir Square
Israel firmly rejected the notion of its involvement in any such plot.
Clashes renewed in the vicinity of Tahrir Square raising the death toll and dozens while injured in Kafr El-Sheikh
The local hotel sent tweets early Tuesday calling for help as assailants entered the hotel
First recorded death in Cairo clashes as violence continues into fifth day
An Egyptian woman less than 20 years old was sexually assaulted on Friday night amidst demonstrations in and around Tahrir. The assault caused cuts on the girl’s genitals.
Clashes in and around Tahrir Square result in the destruction of the French high-school (Lycée Français) on Mohammed Mahmoud street.
Clashes broke out in Alexandria on Friday between protesters and security forces in front of Mansheya police station and the local council building. “Security forces used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse protesters” said Hassan Mahrous, a political activist in Alexandria. A number of injuries resulted from the clashes but no casualties were reported. Some protesters …
Update at 12:20 am: Suez death toll rose to seven confirmed death, including a 10-year-old boy who remains unidentified. Clashes in Suez erupted on Friday as protesters took to the streets on the second anniversary of 25 January revolution, protesting against the current Muslim Brotherhood government. Egyptian opposition as well as activists and movements have …
People prepare to stay the night in Tahrir Square