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14th August Massacre: Remembering #Rabaa

Ahmed Hammuda recounts one of the bloodiest massacres of unarmed protesters in recent world history, whose perpetrators are still at large.

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CBS to air the Sisi interview that the Egyptian state tried to block

The CBS Television network has rejected requests by the Egyptian embassy not to broadcast an interview with president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi…

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The culprits of the Rabaa Massacre sentence the victims to death

Cairo court sentences 75 Egyptians to death over the Rabaa al-Adawiya Mosque sit-in demonstration against Sisi’s military coup

My Open Letter to Pakistan’s New PM Imran Khan & His People

Imran Khan has today been declared the 22nd Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Sh Dr Haitham al-Haddad reminds him and his supporters of the gravity of this responsibility...

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Egypt’s current Pharaoh marks his 5th year in power

Today marks the fifth anniversary of the military coup d’état against Egypt’s only democratically-elected president in modern times, Dr Mohamed Morsi.

Turkey Votes to Redraw History

The new system will “make Turkey stronger and more stable. This is what frightens Europe.”

Unprecedented Show of National Unity Remembering Turkey’s Failed Coup

Contrary to prominent western media narratives, hundreds of thousands of Turks from all over Turkey and from every political persuasion gathered in nationwide rallies marking one year since the failed coup, under a motto of National Unity...

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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...

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

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

Taqwa in Turkey’s Renaissance

Dr Mohamed Soudan, Foreign Relations Secretary of Egypt’s democratically elected Freedom and Justice Party, discusses the remarkable story of Islamic Turkey. Follow this three-part series which explores the transitional era of Turkey, from the struggles of Professor Necmettin Erbakan in a staunchly secularised political climate through to President Erdogan and