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Anniversary: When Democracy Died in Egypt

Today marks the fourth anniversary of the military coup d’état against Egypt’s first and last democratically-elected president in modern times, President Mohamed Morsi.

Scroll down to take a look back at the moment the Arab Spring was undermined and reversed in Egypt leading to the following years of unprecedented crackdown on civilised political debate and dissent, heralding what is now called a new era of violent autocracy in Egypt worse than the Mubarak era.

The Waged War on Islam in Egypt Part 1

August 24, 2013

(It was said to prophet Nuh alayhisalam) “…nor do we see any follow you but the meanest among us and they (too) followed you without thinking. And we do not see in you any merit above us, in fact we think you are liars.” It is remarkable to think that…Read More

The Waged War on Islam in Egypt Part 2

August 26, 2013

The ‘authorisation’ that the crook al-Sisi sought was to light a green beacon before his actions and to doom them unquestionable in light of his ‘democracy’. A more Inclusive Transition? Or a Waged War on the Majority? Classified a ‘transition’, no indication has suggested that this Egyptian ‘government’ is intending…Read More

The Waged War on Islam in Egypt Part 3

March 13, 2014

Using Islām to Justify Crime and Oppression Egyptians are notorious for their love of Islām and their particular love of the Prophet sala Allāhu ‘alayh wasalam, commonly attaching ‘Mohammad’ to the beginning of a person’s formal name. It is difficult to believe that al-Sisi and his sponsor’s malicious scheme in…Read More

Nine Steps to Jackassing a Nation

December 8, 2014

Nine Steps to Jackassing a Nation Part 1 Weather reports are indicating that the Sahara desert is being turned into a huge ice rink. Reports suggest that it has frozen over due to the huge air waves generated by the flock of flying monkeys that have been commuting east for…Read More

Delayed justice for the Freedom Flotilla

December 19, 2014

Last week at the 7th High Criminal Court in Istanbul I gave my testimony to what I witnessed as a passenger on the Mavi Marmara, part of the 2010 Freedom Flotilla to Gaza. Four and a half years after the attack by State of Israel soldiers on the hundreds of…Read More

President Morsi, We Salute You…Again

May 16, 2015

Note; this article has been updated following today’s breaking news President Morsi, we salute you, because prison in Egypt without justice was for Yūsuf (ʿalayhi al-Salām) when: “He said: “O my Lord! Prison is dearer to me than that to which they invite me.”[1] Prison in Egypt without justice was for…Read More

Morsi Smiles: what can my enemies do to me?

June 17, 2015

Decree whatever you wish to Decree When they saw the miracle of Musa’s staff, the magicians of the Pharaoh unanimously believed. Indifferent to what followed of Pharaoh’s threats, they exclaimed: “…So decree whatever you wish to decree, for you can only decree (regarding) this life of the world.”[1] In Egypt,…Read More

Time to Devour the ‘Hero’ they created from a Minion

August 20, 2015

Click to sign petitions to ban Sisi from entering the UK – Parliament – Avaaz In an Islam21c exclusive, a member of President Morsi’s Government, and secretary of Foreign Affairs for the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, Mohamed Soudan gives an inside look into the psychological siege that is constricting Sisi. Time…Read More

Cancel Sisi’s invitation to the UK

August 22, 2015

Parliamentary Petition to cancel Sisi’s invitation to visit the UK Despite an abhorrent human rights record, mass killings & arrests, president Sisi has been invited to the UK. We the undersigned call upon the PM & Gov to: – Urgently retract invitation extended to Sisi – Exert pressure on Egyptian…Read More

Treachery Without Borders: Drowning Gaza’s Tunnels

November 2, 2015

At the fall of the Umayyad dynasty in 422AH, the head of each province of Al Andalus (Islamic Spain) declared regional sovereignty, splitting apart what once was a unified, powerful entity. This carved the perfect opportunity for the previously incapable Christian armies to devour Al Andalus piece-meal. Province after province…Read More

How the Justice of Islam Saved Jews & Christians

December 14, 2015

The Modern World’s Debt to Islām Part 1: Out of Darkness Into Light Part 2: How the Justice of Islām Saved Jews & Christians This series explores the astronomical impact that Islām had on the world. Before the coming of Islām, the world was in a state of oppression and…Read More

Sh Haitham on the Govt’s Embarrassing Muslim Brotherhood Report

January 13, 2016

All praise be to Allāh and may the peace and blessings be upon his messenger Muḥammad (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam). On the 17th of December 2015, the current UK Government finally announced the findings of the review into the work and activities of the Muslim Brotherhood,[1] which was commissioned…Read More

The Pain of Invasion, Relief and the Way to Victory

May 15, 2016

Marking its 68th anniversary, very few remain to tell their story of the Nakbah, or the Palestinian Catastrophe, of 1948. One that culminated in the violent extermination and mass expulsion of millions of Palestinians from their homes to be replaced by a migrant people, prompted by a political movement, branded…Read More

War on Terror 2.0 to be “Global War on Islam”

February 5, 2017

Reality shows are supposed to convey a sense of reality using “real-life” people. The “reality” is, however,[1] that the shows are as real as the statements coming forth from the mouths of politicians.[2] This is the case in a post-modern age when lying has become an unquestioned furniture of an increasingly dire political landscape. As the flurry of well-orchestrated distraction events unfold…Read More

Ramadan Restricted in Egypt by Coupe Regime

May 21, 2017

Whilst over a billion Muslims the world over prepare for the month of Ramadān, Egypt's coup regime has come under heavy criticism for issuing unprecedented bans on certain acts of worship in the holy month...

Egyptians Attack Sisi’s Coup Regime Over “Economy in Free-fall”

May 25, 2017

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Egypt’s self-imposed president has attracted trending mockery over a televised address in which he criticised the poorest in Egypt for complaining about the rising costs of services. During a presentation by Minister of Transport and Communications Hisham Arafat, Sisi repeatedly interjected before complaining: “the citizen that complains…Read More

Egypt’s Coup Regime Wages war on its Neighbours after meeting Trump

May 30, 2017

After waging war on its own citizens, coup regime authorities have unleashed their air force on numerous targets in Libya in what they claimed are the ‘training camps’ of the bus convoy attackers that killed at least 29 Coptic Christians in Minya province. The Libyan cities of Hun and Derna…Read More

What is Saudi’s Problem with Qatar?

June 7, 2017

Following Saudi Arabia and six other countries (Bahrain, Egypt, the Maldives, the United Arab Emirates, Libya and Yemen) severing diplomatic ties with Qatar, Saudi Arabia has issued 10 demands they expect Qatar to comply with. According to Aljazeera journalist Faisal Edroos these demands are as follows: 1 – Immediate severance…Read More

Sisi: “Boycott should include Turkey”

June 17, 2017

Self-imposed president of Egypt says the Gulf boycott against Qatar should expand and include Turkey to intensify pressure against Doha...

Anniversary: When Democracy Died in Egypt

July 3, 2017

Today marks the fourth anniversary of the military coup d’état against Egypt’s first and last democratically-elected president in modern times, President Mohamed Morsi...


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